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O What You Do! Transcription Fred Miller, NO SWEAT Public Speaking! Here's the second floor of my eight floor Elevator Speech. What do you do? Here's mine: I'm a Speaker, Coach, and an Author. Three very simple words: easy to understand. However, they do beg the questions: "What do I speak
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