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Thank you, Amy, for all of your help and knowledge. My presentation would have been a train wreck without the techniques I learned from you and your public speaking for business teams workshop. It gave me confidence to do something I thought almost impossible: get up in front of 100+ strangers and give a presentation. What an exhilarating feeling!

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Orlando MaffucciAmy's ability to deliver a compelling speech never fails to move her audience to action. Her words are heartfelt, funny, and effectively convey her message even in the shortest presentations. I highly recommend seeking Amy’s guidance before your next introduction or acceptance speech.

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President, OAM Consulting