Divine Knowledge Transfer: Applying Biblical Principles to Communicating, Public Speaking, Educating, and Overall Living

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WestBow Press, Aug 17, 2010 - Reference - 244 pages
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Divine Knowledge Transfer
is a handy guide for both novices and professionals in the areas of public speaking and knowledge transfer in general.

In a poll, Americans said that they fear public speaking more than even dying. Can anything be done to ease the anxiety and take control of that fear? Are there practical steps that anyone can take to make a person communicate better in front of others? You bet there are.

You may not regularly speak to crowds. Perhaps you just want to be better at getting a message across to other individuals or in a boardroom. Maybe you just want to be less anxious and more confident when speaking to people. Divine Knowledge Transfer can help.

This guide takes the science and techniques of communication and explains them in the most easy-to-understand way possible. This information is based on years of practice and experience in professional communication, including technical writing, recorded and online training, live webinar and classroom training, and keynote speaking.

It then goes a step further by combining these principles with Scripture. God’s Word, after all, is His love letter to us, His main method of communication to us today. The Bible is filled with all sorts of practical advice on how we relate and communicate with others, as well as ways to prepare for difficult circumstances and people.

Divine Knowledge Transfer can help you to become better at what you do. Whether a person is a teacher, preacher, or public speaker, the individuals who make the difference are those who are able to communicate effectively and get a message across.

Start becoming better at getting your message across today.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Divine Knowledge Transfer is what the title suggests, October 15, 2011
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Dr. Douglas Bentley, The Apprentice - See all my reviews
This review is from: Divine Knowledge Transfer: Applying Biblical Principles to Communicating, Public Speaking, Educating, and Overall Living (Paperback)
When I first picked up this book I thought it was another book on theology. When I discovered a book that actually used the principles of the God in real life situations (public speaking, communication, power point presentations etc) I was amazed. These are all skills which are in high demand in all MBA programs and rarely developed by business people except for those who achieve the highest level in their market. And here is Kelly not only showing us step by step how to do the one thing that terrifies most people and prevents success in life but he is showing us that God is interested in helping us do it right.
As I read and read I was astounded at his understanding and application of principles of the spirit in the world of business, industry, healthcare and even the job of the local pastor. He shows us how and why we do the job of communicating and why it is important to God that the job be done right. In a culture in America where the young often try to avoid anything which is painful or challenging he gives us reason to challenge ourselves and Kelly shows us how. He is not just one of those religious types who says "you gotta," he is the fellow who says "and here is how you can become a true craftsman in what you want to do."
I took a while to do this review because I took a while to savor his book. I needed to gain the essence of the writer and his message. This man is truly a man of God who is following his calling which is being a communicator. And I believe that when he communicates he can feel God's pleasure at the Gift God put in him and the use he has put that gift to. When God makes each of us he places in us a gift and Mr. Kelly Libatique has found that gift and has found his God.
It was a pleasure reading and writing about Divine knowledge Transfer. Dr. Douglas Bentley
 

Contents

Introduction
1
Preparing Your Verbal Presentation
19
Preparing Your Visual Presentation
37
Think and Visualize in Positive Terms
57
Style and Delivery
81
Dress and Appearance
117
Get Out of Your Own Ego and Into Your Listeners
149
Be a Lifelong Learner and Model Others
175
Health and Vitality
203
References
223
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Kelly Libatique began his career in the high-tech and telecom industries in the early 90s as a technical writer and trainer. Since then, he has done training, speaking, marketing, and representing around the country for some of the biggest players in the corporate world, including Sony Electronics, Cisco Systems, and Verizon Wireless. Most of his free time is devoted to family, but he his also an avid ornamental fish keeper, enjoys juggl-ing (knives and torches included), and is a regular actor, musician, and singer in various church ministries. Occasionally, his acting and voiceovers can be seen and heard on television and the radio. Kelly is also the author of A Toast to the Holy Ghost? He has a BA in psy-chology and an MS in education, and resides in the San Francisco East Bay area with his wife and two children. www.Libatique.com

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