101 Ways to Improve Your Communication Skills Instantly

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GoalMinds, Inc., 1999 - Business communication - 110 pages
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Have you ever embarrassed yourself by making a grammatical error in an important interview or conversation? Crisp how-to tips and techniques are presented bullet style for beginners and pros alike. Discover your strong points and areas that need attention. Learn what works and what's holding you back. Works in the boardroom as well as the bedroom for improved results.

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Clear, precise and easy to focus and help to improve your Communication Skills Instantly as it promised “101 exceptionally easy step-by-step tips and techniques that will have you communicating like a pro…faster than you ever thought possible”.
It is one of the best learning guides for Public Speaking and Stage Presentation.
Enjoy the wonderful wisdom and skills for your ‘Achievement’ Instantly!
Terry Wang, DTM (Distinguished Toastmaster)
President, New World Bilingual Institute
College Board Authorized Advance Placement (AP) Instructor
Board member, Coalition of Asian Pacific Americans of Virginia (CAPAVA)
International Educational and Cultural Consultant, U-Life Advisory Board Member, George Mason University

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Jo Condrill lives in Los Angeles. CA and had the distinction of being a non-military leader at US Army Headquarters in the Pentagon. She received the highest Army civilian award, the Decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service.

Bough is an internationally known speaker, seminar leader and consultant, and is past president of Toastmasters International.

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