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Introverts can be great public speakers

Author and advocate for introverts Susan Cain offers three tips for quiet types to master the art of public speaking.

You can’t choose how much talent you have for an activity, but you can choose how you view the relationship between talent and excellence–and according to recent research, that choice makes a big difference.

Telling your kids they’re smart, for instance, sounds like a good idea, but psychological studies have found that believing performance is down to inborn ability actually creates anxiety, reduces motivation, and leads children to underperform. Believe that achievement is mostly down to hard work and practice, on the other hand, and you’re more likely to grow to your full potential–and perhaps outshine even those blessed with natural ability.

And what’s true for fifth grade math students or young violinists is also true for public speakers.

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