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

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Bantam Books, Jan 1, 1989 - Computers - 231 pages
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In a world where the presentation of ideas has become nearly as important as the content of ideas, Berg and Gilman provide step-by-step techniques on how to master the art of effective public speaking.

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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 African Summer is his first book.

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