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Effective communication is essential in business and in everyday life. The most powerful communicators reach not just our minds, but our hearts: They win our trust. You can learn to impress and persuade people by following Bert Decker's program in You've Got to Be Believed to Be Heard.

Decker trains over 10,000 professionals each year in the art of communicating. In this audiobook, he distills his expertise into a fresh new approach to speaking, with examples and how-to exercises that anyone can follow. You'll discover how to win the emotional trust of others - the true basis of communicating in any situation - and these tips:

  • How to conquer "stage fright"
  • How to inject dynamic energy into your voice
  • Why eye contact helps win trust
  • When and how to use humor to make a point
  • A proven technique to eliminate "Umm" and "Ahh" from your speech
  • Eight steps to transforming your personal impact.
  • ©1992 Bert Decker (P)2008 Macmillan Audio

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    You Got To Be Interesting to Be Listened To

    This audiobook is too descriptive, and provides nothing new or exciting about great communications. Too basic and common sensical for beginners! Written by a so called "great communicator" (as the author tries to at least give that impression), his presentation is too monotonic and unimpressive. A bit boring and putting listeners to sleep because not much "meat" inside the program. He is not a good story teller either. Also own the first edition of this audiobook and the book. This updated edition is just a superficial update--not many new ideas, new insights, and new skills since its first edition in 1990s. Try "You are the Message" by Roger Ailes. An old book, but more insights!!

    6 of 7 people found this review helpful

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