A solemn-looking nobleman taps his glass with a fork, clears his throat and then changes his demeanour completely.
"Once upon a time, there was a man who became someone else whenever he had to speak to a group of people. He did not know that this was because there was something inside himself he had not embraced and accepted."
The notion of public speaking
We are inspired by authenticity and personal presence. The more authentic, sincere and present we are, the more interesting we are to listen to. Most of us change to some degree when we address a group of people. We become someone else and feel that we need to do something that does not come natural to us. We may think we need to do something the way we have seen others do it.
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