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How To Make Powerful Speeches

Author : Eamonn O'Brien
ISBN : 0992816408
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Less than 1 in 4 Business people claim to have any confidence in public speaking. That's the reason for this NEW book and The Reluctant Speakers Club where thousands of reluctant speakers have discovered how to transform their speech making abilities; helping them to inspire others with their ideas. In this book, Founder of The Reluctant Speakers Club, Public Speaking Coach and author, Eamonn O'Brien helps you banish your fear of the podium forever. It will show you how to connect with audiences, construct credible arguments and give talks for maximum impact and persuasion. In How to Make Powerful Speeches, you will uncover: What it takes to create a truly compelling speech How to discover and develop key messages. How to analyze audiences for greater impact How to establish your credibility with any audience. Why you should let your personality shine through in your speeches. Communicating with eye contact, hand gestures, and other body language. Delivering content your audience truly cares about. When and how to use humour in speeches. Essential rules for creating winning visual aids. Secrets to backing up and demonstrating arguments.

The Elements Of Expression

Author : Arthur Plotnik
ISBN : 9781936740147
Genre : Reference
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Presents a guide to writing and speaking expressively, offering advice on such topics as high energy verbs, figures of speech, syntax, word patterns, and vocabulary.

Six Word Memoirs On Love And Heartbreak

Author : Larry Smith
ISBN : 9780061977138
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 51. 37 MB
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Love wounds the heart and soul . . . From the editors of the New York Times bestseller Not Quite What I Was Planning comes another collection of terse true tales—this time simple sagas exploring the complexities of the human heart. Six-Word Memoirs on Love & Heartbreak contains hundreds of personal stories about the pinnacles and pitfalls of romance. Brilliant in their brevity, these insightful slivers of passion, pain, and connection capture every shade of love and loss—six words at a time.

Presentation Zen

Author : Garr Reynolds
ISBN : 9780132901536
Genre : Business & Economics
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Best-selling author and popular speaker Garr Reynolds is back in this newly revised edition of his classic, best-selling book, Presentation Zen, in which he showed readers there is a better way to reach the audience through simplicity and storytelling, and gave them the tools to confidently design and deliver successful presentations. In this new edition, Garr gives his readers new, fresh examples to draw inspiration from, with a whole new chapter for those who present on more technical and educational topics based on techniques used by many presenters who give high-level talks at TED and other powerhouse events. Whether the reader is in research, technology, business, or education–this book will show them how to take what could look like a really dry presenation and reinvigorate the material in totally fresh (and sometimes interactive!) ways that will make it memorable and resonate with the audience. Staying true to the mission of the first), Garr combines solid principles of design with the tenets of Zen simplicity to help readers along the path to simpler, more effective presentations that will be appreciated, remembered, and best of all, acted upon.

A Pocket Guide To Public Speaking

Author : Dan O'Hair
ISBN : 9781319019716
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This best-selling brief introduction to public speaking offers practical coverage of every topic typically covered in a full-sized text, from invention, research and organization, practice and delivery, to the different speech types. Its concise, inexpensive format makes it perfect not only for the public speaking course, but also for any setting across the curriculum, on the job, or in the community. This newly redesigned full-color edition offers even stronger coverage of the fundamentals of speechmaking, while also addressing the changing realities of public speaking in a digital world. It features fully updated chapters on online presentations and using presentation software, and a streamlined chapter on research in print and online.

Refuse To Choose

Author : Barbara Sher
ISBN : 1594863032
Genre : Self-Help
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Identifies seven personality types that share a common quality of having numerous unrelated interests, explaining how readers can prioritize and pursue multiple goals simultaneously in order to enjoy successful and varied lives. By the author of Wishcraft. 75,000 first printing.

Speak Like Churchill Stand Like Lincoln

Author : James C. Humes
ISBN : 0307559912
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Turn Any Presentation into a Landmark Occasion Ever wish you could captivate your boardroom with the opening line of your presentation, like Winston Churchill in his most memorable speeches? Or want to command attention by looming larger than life before your audience, much like Abraham Lincoln when, standing erect and wearing a top hat, he towered over seven feet? Now, you can master presentation skills, wow your audience, and shoot up the corporate ladder by unlocking the secrets of history's greatest speakers. Author, historian, and world-renowned speaker James C. Humes—who wrote speeches for five American presidents—shows you how great leaders through the ages used simple yet incredibly effective tricks to speak, persuade, and win throngs of fans and followers. Inside, you'll discover how Napoleon Bonaparte mastered the use of the pregnant pause to grab attention, how Lady Margaret Thatcher punctuated her most serious speeches with the use of subtle props, how Ronald Reagan could win even the most hostile crowd with carefully timed wit, and much, much more. Whether you're addressing a small nation or a large staff meeting, you'll want to master the tips and tricks in Speak Like Churchill, Stand Like Lincoln. "As a student of speech, I very much enjoyed this intriguing historic approach to public speaking. Humes creates a valuable and practical guide." —Roger Ailes, chairman and CEO, FOX News "I love this book. I've followed Humes's lessons for years, and he combines them all into one compact, hard-hitting resource. Get this book on your desk now." —Chris Matthews, Hardball

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