Power Verbs for Presenters: Hundreds of Verbs and Phrases to Pump Up Your Speeches and Presentations

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FT Press, Feb 19, 2013 - Business & Economics - 176 pages
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Electrify your presentations, speeches, and pitches…and get the results you want!

 

The right verbs

• ignite your communication

• make it memorable, impactful, dynamic

• attract audiences like moths to flame

 

Grab the right verb and use it the right way to:

• Close sales

• Launch businesses

• Build and unite teams

• Forge consensus

• Spearhead change

• Recruit contributors and volunteers

• Craft A+ academic papers and presentations

 

Jam-packed with examples drawing on thousands of years of storytelling, literature, and experience

Indispensable for every manager, entrepreneur, salesperson, and student!

 

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While this book is labeled as written for presenters, this book is a must have tool for all high school and college students. Being half an inch thick and small, it fits perfectly into any binder or backpack for ease of use for all your paper writing needs. Vocabulary is the most important item to be considered when talking, be it in everyday life, or for an important presentation or speech. Having a thorough grasp of the words we use shows higher intellect and can assist in conveying a deeper understanding of what is being said.
“Antitheses: “It’s the first case in which the redistricting was for a political gerrymander.”
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Contents

Why and How Power Verbs Can Pump Up Your
The Connection Between Success
Earths Properties
Human Life and the Development of Human
Physical Properties
Communications and
Control Fields of Technology
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About the author (2013)

Dr. Michael Lawrence Faulkner is Professor at the Keller Graduate School  of Management, DeVry University. He first learned leadership, management, and communication as a U.S. Marine Corps combat NCO, drill instructor, and classroom instructor. He then spent 30 years leading and coaching at Dun & Bradstreet, the Direct Marketing Association (DMA), entrepreneur startups, and his own family business. Michelle Faulkner-Lunsford, an experienced marketing manager, is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University.

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