You Can't Help But Listen: User-Friendly Oral Communication

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Herald Press, Mar 1, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 200 pages
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Munson explains how to overcome anxiety about speaking and learn to say things an engaging way. He faces speakers with their awesome opportunity to hear what God says through the Bible and transfer that Truth so that audiences will have to listen.

The Bible provides examples effective speech delivery. These stimulate our imagination so we can paint pictures of truth in the minds behind the seeing eyes and hearing ears.

Munson tells how to read an audience, speak in a conversational style, and use humor, current events, and drama effectively. Above all, speakers must be earnest and believable. Then people will want to listen.

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User Review  - April Boyer - Christianbook.com

"You Can't Help But Listen" reflects Charles Munson's attitude and personality. Himself an excellant listener, he teaches others what hearing is all about. Using his warm humor, his experiences and ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword by Orel Hershiser
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Preface
13
Why Is Effective Speaking Important?
15
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Munson had been preaching and teaching for 55 years. He served as a professor at Ashland Theological Seminary for 35 years, and as a pastor in Indiana and Ohio.

bill butterworth's blend of humor, storytelling, wisdom, and practical advice has made him one of the most sought-after speakers in North America. A highly regarded author, Bill has written on topics ranging from sports to psychology and self-help issues and has been a columnist, editor, and scriptwriter. Bill lives with his wife, Kathi, in Newport Beach, California.

Hershiser holds one of the baseball's enduring records, having pitched 59 consecutive scoreless innings in 1988 for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He will work as a ESPN baseball announcer for the 2001 season.

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