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Speeches That Echo Throughout #History

How best to use the speeches in this book? There is no one “best” way to benefit from the material in this book. As a point of departure, read each speech. Read them silently and read them aloud. Then read … Continue reading

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#PublicSpeaking: What #Amazing Nonsense You Are Talking! #ASMSG #IAN1 #IARTG #edchat

To be a good public speaker, never give up. Face your fear. “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” ~ James Baldwin In this book, I share my story, from … Continue reading

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#FREE For 24 Hours: Public Speaking: What Amazing Nonsense You Are Talking! [Kindle Edition]

Book Description Publication Date: September 11, 2013 To be a good public speaker, never give up. Face your fear. “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” ~ James Baldwin In … Continue reading

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New Release! Public Speaking: What Amazing Nonsense You Are Talking! #Paperback

http://bit.ly/1e7zrld To be a good public speaker, never give up. Face your fear. “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” ~ James Baldwin In this book, I share my story, … Continue reading

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#Public #Speaking: What Amazing Nonsense You Are Talking!

Pre-Launch Phase: #Public #Speaking What Amazing Nonsense you Are Talking! pic.twitter.com/VQUl8bm2zz — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) September 11, 2013 To be a good public speaker, never give up. Face your fear. “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but … Continue reading

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Public Speaking: Where do you learn to speak in public?

Socrates: “But perhaps Rhetoric has been getting too roughly handled by us, and she might answer: What amazing nonsense you are talking! As if I forced any man to learn to speak in ignorance of the truth! Whatever my advice … Continue reading

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Public Speaking: Speech Organization & Preparation

Imagine that a good friend of yours is going to speak in public, and s/he has come to you for advice. Obviously, you recommend that they prepare what they are going to say very carefully. In fact, you advise them … Continue reading

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Dale Carnegie: “The Purpose of Public Speaking”

“Your purpose is to make your audience see what you saw, hear what you heard, feel what you felt.” — http://t.co/KRS3Aejz6r — John Zimmer (@ZimmerJohn) June 5, 2013 I put the search term “public speaking” in to a google search … Continue reading

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Public Speaking: Five Presentation Quotes to Reflect On

What makes a great presenter? Tina Fey, in my last article, said, “Confidence“. I agree with her, but want to go deeper this time, to address some factors that are as equally important as confidence is. To begin, one important … Continue reading

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Public Speaking: The Difference Between Tina Fey and Me

Public Speaking: Do you know what the #1 thing is that allows you to convey and demonstrate authority and expertise to your audience? Answer: Confidence. When Tina Fey accepted the 2008 Emmy Award for Leading Actress in a Comedy, she … Continue reading

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