Tackling Zoom Anxiety — Public Speaking in a Virtual Environment

Public speaking has always terrified me. My heart feels like it’s going to explode out of my chest, my hands get all shaky and often, I devolve into a bout of rambling that I’m sure throws my intelligence level into question. I admire people who can stand in front of huge crowds and express themselves perfectly without succumbing to major foot-in-mouth syndrome. I’m just not one…

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4th-year undergrad | 3x Top Writer in Feminism and Social Media | I write about race, self and whatever else piques my interest | laqueshabailey15@gmail.com

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4th-year undergrad | 3x Top Writer in Feminism and Social Media | I write about race, self and whatever else piques my interest | laqueshabailey15@gmail.com

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