How to Get Your Point Across in 30 Seconds or Less

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Gallery Books, Apr 15, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 128 pages
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Learn how to get your listener’s attention, keep her interest, and make your point—all in thirty seconds!

Milo Frank, America’s foremost business communications consultant, shows you how to focus your objectives, utilize the “hook” technique, use the secrets of TV and advertising writers, tell terrific anecdotes that make your point, shine in meetings and question-and-answer sessions, and more!

These proven techniques give you the edge that successful people share—the art of communicating quickly, precisely, and powerfully!

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User Review  - Trevor Okazaki - Goodreads

Another management book. It has some good points on how to construct your talks so they're not random talking points. A lot of it is stuff I've heard before and learned in other classes/books. Read full review

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User Review  - Carolyn - Goodreads

A helpful book whether you want to apply for a job or leave a clear and concise message on an answering machine! The author had a career with the television world and could understand well the value ... Read full review

Contents

Why 30 Seconds?
13
Your Objective
19
Whos Listening?
25
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Milo Ogden Frank is a nationally acclaimed authority on communications skills and strategies. His proven techniques have brought him success in an extraordinary career as an actors’ agent, Director of Talent and Casting for CBS Television, a writer-producer of feature films at MGM, and vice president in charge of production for Cinerama. Mr. Frank died in 2004.

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