Get to the Point: How to Say what You Mean and Get what You Want

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Bantam Books, 1990 - Public speaking. - 231 pages
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Contents

The FiveMinute Guide to this Book
1
The Audience Profile
11
Time Places and Things
25
Selling Points and Word Power
31
The ThreeMinute Presentation Writing Technique
43
Noteworthy Notes
59
Visual Aids
70
Perfecting Delivery
89
What the WeilDressed Presenter Wears
157
Interruptions and Choreography
166
Media Interviews
173
The Presentation Thats All Q or A
182
Meetings Meetings Meetings
194
The Job Interview
204
How to Prepare and Read a Speech
210
Using a TelePrompTer
214

Tough Questions Good Answers
110
incicy questions Dimcuit questioners
126
How Do I Get to Carnegie Hall?
143
Dealing with Nerves and Tension
149
The Panel Discussion
218
How to Introduce a Speaker
223
Presentations on a Time Budget
229
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About the author (1990)

Berg is co-director of The Kabbalah Centre.

Andrew Gilman is a traveler and sometimes writer who would like nothing more than to see the world and tell a story about it. He hasn't decided where to live yet, and at this rate probably never will, but while in the States he splits his time between Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. Sometimes he remembers to update his blog at andrewgilman.net. African Summer is his first book.

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