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Title: 7 Steps to Fearless Speaking

Submitted by on October 23, 2003 – 12:49 pm No Comment

Author: Lilyan Wilder
Date: 23-Oct-03

Lilyan Wilder is a communications expert who has worked with the world’s most notable public figures, broadcast correspondents at ABC, CBS, NBC, and CNN, and many Fortune 500 companies. Her clients have included media icons Oprah Winfrey and Charlie Rose, former President George Bush, John Scully, and Katherine Graham. 7 Steps to Fearless Speaking will teach you how to cope with panic, avoidance, and the trauma of speaking as you give the gift of your convictions and experience your voice for the first time.

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