How to Be a Great M.C. Or How to Be Master of the Ceremonies and Not Be Mastered by the Ceremonies
Explains the role of a Master of Ceremonies at a wedding reception, awards ceremony, business meeting, or company dinner, tells how to handle people, and shows how to plan and oversee a successful event
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Why Have an M C ?
In the Beginning
Dealing with the People
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