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Yes, You Can Still Prepare To Speak Off The Cuff

Including before a presidential debate, for example. Including before a presidential debate, for example. There's a paradox at the heart of off-the-cuff speaking: You can still prepare to appear spontaneous. It isn't just about faking it, though. It's about having a prepared mind. True, in many contexts, you can't decide in advance what you're going to say and how you're going to say it.
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