More thoughts on confident learners vs. nervous learners

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Later on in their public speaking ‘career’, is it possible to identify a public speaker that was initially a nervous learner vs. one that was a confident learner?

Can we see traits in their speaking that suggest they learnt by doing or learnt by observing others?

Do nervous learners show greater nervous traits later on in their publis speaking development, can they develop a ‘confident’ personality? (I like to think the best speakers could develop any personality when speaking, should they wish.)

Read the original article on nervous and confident learners and basis for this brain dump here!

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Rich Watts is the UK Business Speaker of the Year and a past JCI National Public Speaking champion. He setup and now runs Rich Public Speaking providing presentation skills and public speaking training.

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