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Tips: Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking

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Every great speaker has experienced fear of speaking in public at least once in their lifetime, just as every person will experience speaking in public at least once in their life. The fear is real. What is the fear of public speaking? There’s a term for that! Glossophobia is the very common fear of public speaking.  Statistics show that Glossophobia affects 75% of the population. -Career Contessa 

Here are some tips to help you ease the fear of public speaking. 

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Signs of Workplace Burnout

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What is workplace burnout? Mayo Clinic describes it as “a type of work-related stress — a state of physical or emotional exhaustion that also involves a sense of reduced accomplishment and loss of personal identity.” Workplace burnout is prevalent, especially in the U.S., where office culture is the norm, and Corporate America seems to dominate. A recent report from Indeed found that employee burnout is on the rise, with 52% of all workers reporting feelings of burnout, up +9% from ...

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In-office vs. Hybrid vs. Remote

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Few of us had ever worked remote or knew it was possible before the Covid-19 pandemic. Working from the comfort of your home has many benefits, but then again, so does working in-office. So, which scenario is best for you? Are you most productive working from your living room? Or do you need an office environment to jump start your motivation? Perhaps you prefer a little of both and enjoy some days at home and some in the office. Let ...

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