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Building Confidence

A self-improvement podcast from Amanda Hennessey
Creators: Eva Bilick (Producer) (edit)
www.bostonpublicspeaking.com https://www.bostonpublicspeaking.com/podcast

What is confidence? How do we develop it? How do we regain it after a setback or traumatic events?

Host Amanda Hennessey interviews guests from a variety of backgrounds and digs deep into this juicy topic of empowerment.

Amanda is a Coach and Founder of Boston Public Speaking, San Diego Public Speaking, and author of the book “Your Guide to Public Speaking”.

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