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Let Your Favorite Podcast Hosts Fix Your Public Speaking Problems

Podcast hosts from NPR, WNYC Studios, and more explain why they let themselves say “like” and “um” as much as they want. You’re a grownup with a job, plenty of good ideas, and expertise. That’s why you find yourself presenting to a roomful of your coworkers, or possibly to an auditorium packed with business leaders. And yet you feel like a fifth-grader struggling to explain the plot of In
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