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“From the moment my friend asked me to be his best man I started to panic! This book didn’t just help me, it was my saviour. It’s full of practical advice and tools to help with structure and content, as well delivery and nerves. One month later I performed my speech to over a hundred people and was greeted with applause and laughter”. Paul Johnson Software consultant at QFI Consulting.
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