Osgood on speaking: how to think on your feet without falling on your face
Public speaking need no longer be a nightmare. Osgood tells readers everything they need to know about speaking in public: how to organize notes, how to begin a speach and how to end it, what to do with their hands, how to pace themselves and more.
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