Never be nervous again

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Crown, 1987 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 216 pages
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Dorothy Sarnoff, Chairman of Speech Dynamics, Inc., has successfully counseled CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, politicians such as Senator Robert Dole and Lloyd Bentsen, newscasters such as Lesley Stahl, and numerous media personalities. Now, she shares her time-tested techniques to help you conquer your nerves and come across with authority, enthusiasm, and ease in any social situation or public forum. Whether you're talking to a dinner companion or to your boss, meeting with the PTA or with a room full of television reporters, you'll never have to be nervous again. She offers a step-by-step program that will help you: -- Prepare and rehearse like a pro for professional results -- Nip your butterflies in the bud with on-the-spot relaxation techniques -- Tailor your personal appearance to achieve maximum effectiveness -- Sharpen your delivery and get your audience's attention Plus, 250 quotes and anecdotes that can make any speech special, tips for using visual aids, facing the camera, and adding wit and spice throughout your presentation. From the Paperback edition.

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Almost everyone gets nervous when it comes to public speaking, says Sarnoff (author of Speech Can Change Your Life ) in this new book. Most of us know this to be true and might hope that this book ... Read full review


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