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The Executive Presence Blog

Harrison Monarth is a leader in the field of persuasive communication and speaker coaching. As an author and one of the most sought-after message strategists and communication coaches in the United States, he regularly prepares CEOs, senior executives, political candidates and other leading professionals for high-stakes presentations and speaking opportunities. And now he can do the same for you every week in this column!

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