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Change Your Life In 6 Months With These 5 Skills



Glossophobia is a term you are probably not familiar with. It is the fear of public speaking, which most people have experienced at some point in their life. Public speaking can trigger a stress response in the body, and the majority of the population have felt the cortisol rushing through their bloodstream when they approach the podium of a crowded room. “When people are judging you, and how you perform, you are almost guaranteed to have a stress reaction. Judgmentalism is a mainstay of most public speaking conditions; people are afraid of being evaluated and looking like a fool,” reports Psychology Today.


Toastmasters is a community organization that gathers people together who want to improve their public speaking skills, and gain confidence. Their website offers help for everyone- from beginners who are terrified to take that first step, to experts who are looking for the latest tips and tricks of the industry. There is no charge to access their website, which gives useful advice and strategies for such public speaking events as delivering eulogies, accepting awards, preparing speeches, and lots more.


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Learning a new skill that can change your life doesn’t have to take forever. In fact, you can learn several skills in as little as 6 months! Some of the things we learn will immediately benefit us, while others will be more beneficial to us in the future. All of which are considered transformative because they will have a positive impact on our lives. Expanding our knowledge and learning new things isn’t only good for our self-esteem and reaching new goals, it also rewires your brain to function more efficiently. Society For Science reports, “As we learn something new, cells that…

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