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    Personally i think talking, wbu???
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    For me, singing. I don't mind talking to a big crowd but singing is a little more nerve wracking. I can joke my way out of a mistake during a talk or even cover it up, but it's harder to do in the middle of a song! I guess it depends on the person, really.
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    Singing is a lot easier because you fill the silence with either music or your mind is full of the lyrics and you're able to forget the audience and close your eyes at times. However when talking you have to be engaging and giving eye contact etc.
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    Depends how good you are at singing.
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    Singing is more easier for me.


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    personally I'd go singing in big crowds (the best promotion strategy for my business is singing based)
    and talking in small ones (especially if fine jewellery and money are involved)
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