Speech therapy for tied tongues

Willis, Clare
January 2005
Lawyer;1/31/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p43
Trade Publication
Provides tips on how to keep you talking straight. Motivate oneself to be in control and confident; Avoidance of fiddling or face touching; Need of eye contact to the audience; Selection of words; Delivery of words; Starting point for all presentations.


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