Say It-- Right: How to Talk in Any Social Or Business Situation

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Putnam's Sons, 1991 - Reference - 240 pages
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Why have Jesse Jackson, Dustin Hoffman, super agent Norman Brokaw, Olympic medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee, singer Julio Iglesias, and hundreds of other celebrated people listened to Dr. Lillian Glass? Because she knows how to say it . . . right. This guide to speaking savvy is the key to powerful and confident speech.

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Say it-- right: how to talk in any social or business situation

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Glass, a Los Angeles speech pathologist, has written a helpful book for people who have difficulty finding the right things to say. This is not a how-to book on speaking before groups; it is about ... Read full review


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Suzanne Schlosberg is a contributing editor to "Health" and "Shape" magazines. Her fitness articles and humor columns also appear in "Cooking Light", "Men's Fitness", and "The Los Angeles Times".

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