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Talking About Talking

Anissa Centers

Conversations about how to talk confidently... on video, during conversations, giving presentations, whatever situation you find yourself in

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  • Anissa Centers

    Emmy award-winning broadcaster teaching people how to communicate more confidently on video and in person so they effectively get their message across in this world we live in.

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