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Taking a minute or two to silently think in front of the room can be a powerful move for a public speaker.
You know the type, they send up smoke screens when they don't want you to know what is really going on. They distract, downplay, and dismiss what is important so they can do whatever they want to do and you are left wondering if your company, your country, you, or the planet will survive.
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It helps to figure out what's already working.
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