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The newest public-speaking world champion beat 30,000 other competitors by using a body-language trick she learned from a past winner
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The newest public-speaking world champion beat 30,000 other competitors by using a body-language trick she learned from a past winner

Business Insider - Mark Abadi

Last month, a high-school teacher from Houston named Ramona Smith was crowned the Toastmasters world champion of public speaking. Smith outlasted 30,000 other competitors over six months and seven rounds of competition before being named the winner at the Toastmasters annual convention in Chicago. …

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