[19:53] As a new or experienced speaker enhancing your presentation skills requires you to step out of your comfort zone. While this move is never easy, Linda Allen, the author of "Don't Get Comfortable," from the February 2010 issue of the Toastmaster, offers tips to make it a smooth transition.
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