“There is a certain responsibility in making a talk, even if it is only to two dozen men or women in a business meeting—a certain strain, a certain shock, a certain excitement. The speaker ought to be keyed up like a thoroughbred straining at the bit. The immortal Cicero said, two thousand years ago, that all public speaking of real merit was characterized by nervousness.”
Dale Carnegie

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Dale Carnegie

famed author of How to Win Friends and Influence People