Even though public speaking is the most common of all fears, it doesn’t have to be a roadblock on the path to your success. Whether you’re speaking to five or 500, you can learn to do it with confidence and charisma. The best advice from some of the world’s most inspiring speakers is gathered right here. These powerful tips and techniques will help you develop winning material, mentally prepare for your presentation, and communicate a powerful message. Besides the basics of public speaking, you’ll also learn how to think on your feet, play off your audience, and banish anxiety and stress. Make your next speech a dynamic presentation full of energy and personality.
Contents include: "Compelling Stories: The Inside Story"—Patricia Fripp; "Creating an Effective Presentations: Preparing for Success, Controlling the Environment, and Overcoming Fear"—Laura Stack; "Yikes! They Can See Me Naked!"—Vanna Novak; "So You Want to Be a Speaker: 'But What Am I Going to Say?'"—Greg Reid and Les Brown; "Communication Skills to Influence and Persuade"—Chris Widener; "How to Communicate Like a Pro"—Nido Qubein; "Overcome the Fear of Public Speaking: Relaxation and Preparation for Presentations and Speaking"—Lorraine Howell; "Give Speeches from Memory: You Can Do It!"—Ron White; "Let Nervousness Nudge You to Peak Performance"—Dianna Booher; "Communication and the Art of Persuasion"—Jim Rohn; Communication: "The Master Skill to Powerful Relationships"—Brian Tracy; "Phob-Ease: Overcoming Stage Fright, Speaking in Public"—Dr. Howard Liebgold.
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The listener is treated to alot of hit and run "how to" blurbs, but after the first few, it was a real snooze. One wonders how some of them manage to make a living as public speakers, when their big "sales pitch" is such a bore. Redundant, and very disappointing.
It was missing a clear list of who is speaking when. And then there are some "classes" that are fabulous such as Patricia Fripp and others but it is difficult to know who is speaking. Chris Widener is also good. I think it was still worth listening since you could learn something with each person.
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