Regardless of whether you’re speaking to six people in a Board room or six thousand people in front of a camera, public speaking is a universally stressful concept. Great leaders throughout history have struggled to acclimate to the concept of orating to a crowd.
Winston Churchill, one of history’s most famous speakers, had to overcome a severe speech impediment before he could deliver the words that pulled Britain through some of its darkest hours. In the business world, investment guru Warren Buffett has stated many times that public speaking ‘scared him to death’, according to reports from Forbes.
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