In Brief

An interactive virtual audience helps shake the pre-podium nerves

If your heart starts beating quickly and nervous energy fills your body when you have to step out in front of a crowd and speak, you’ve likely been told that all you need is more public speaking practice. But standing in front of a mirror reciting a quarterly earnings presentation isn’t the same as facing your boss and a crowded conference room of colleagues, and going over your best man speech while using your spouse as the lone audience member doesn’t compare to delivering it to a room filled with 200 people.

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