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3 Ways to Make Your Next Presentation Unique Make your delivery feel more confident, comfortable and concise.

By Shannon Alter

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Over coffee not long ago, a colleague mentioned she'd had difficulty with a recent presentation.

"I was reading my notes and thought there were only going to be two other people in the meeting, but more showed up," she said. "That threw me and I panicked."

We've all been there. Public speaking, in any form, can feel as though what we intend to say just doesn't come out of our mouths in the same way. As a result, we resort to whatever feels most comfortable.

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