In front of a microphone.

I may not be able to sing or act, but I can public speak. There is nothing like the rush of standing in front of a theatre of people all looking at you – the eye contact of the first row and the blur of the last row. It’s not simple, but practice makes it easier.

The weakness in your knees pulling you down, but the strength of your shoulders pulling you up.

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