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Thinking is great - but it's not enough - take action!

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Published on 28 September 2017

Imagine the joy and sense of personal fulfilment when you finally crack public speaking.

Warren Buffet says, Make public speaking your primary career accomplishment.

Some people unlock public speaking quite quickly so it`s faster when you hold the keys.

Thinking is great, but decisive action must follow.

Alternatively, wait, procrastinate and hand your opportunities to others.

Others have struggled, that isn`t you. You`re different.

Developing a new skill takes time. This one is a professional game changer.

For some, public speaking is extremely easy to learn. It is a pleasure to serve others.

What do you want to achieve in your life? The future is in your hands. Go and take it!

Leave control to others and they drive change for themselves. 

If public speaking is difficult, why are there millions of committed teachers and trainers in the world? They're just people like you and I. We share the same DNA.

Thinking is great, it prepares the ground. But the next step is always ACTION!

Buy those flowers. Book that flight. Step positively into the world of your own potential, where the sky is blue and the clouds are white. Take that next step towards personal fulfilment.

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