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Ten Tips for Presentation Confidence
and Reducing Nervousness

Preston Ni, M.S.B.A.
Professor of Communication Studies
www.nipreston.com/home

Also by Preston C. Ni
Communication Success with Four Personality Types
How to Communicate Effectively
and Handle Difficult People, 2nd Edition
Bridging Cultural Communication Differences: East and West
Cross-Cultural Communication: East and West (DVD/Video)
With Dignity and Honor
Understanding Racism, Unlearning Racism, 2nd Edition

Prof. Ni is available as a presenter, workshop instructor, course designer, and personal coach. For more information, write to commsuccess@nipreston.com, or visit www.nipreston.com/home

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Ten Tips for Presentation Confidence and
Reducing Nervousness

“There are two types of speakers. Those who get nervous and those who are liars.”
-Mark Twain
Did you know that according to the Wall Street Journal, public speaking is the number one fear in America? The fear of death is ranked number two! That’s right - we seem more afraid of public speaking than we are of physical demise, heights, jumping out of a plane, or dreaded in-laws....
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