How to Give a Damn Good Speech: Even When You Have No Time to Prepare
How to Give a Damn Good Speech can help anyone build a great speech and overcome any reservations they may have about grabbing the attention of their audience and keeping it. Not only does this book guide the reader in the preparation of their speech, but it also contains convenient references that can be used to turn a good speech into a great one. This book is organized in six simple parts -- preparing your speech, tips for making your speech outstanding, openings used to get your audience's attention, assorted elements that can be used in your speech, quotes to add impact, and an almanac of events for tailoring your speech-giving experience. This guide is a useful tool for brushing up your public-speaking skills, providing the elements needed to turn you into a dynamic speaker.
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How to Give A Damn Good Speech: Even When You Have No Time to Prepare
Philip R. Theibert
Limited preview - 1998
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