Summary of Last Minute Speeches and Toasts
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Business books are often informative, but rarely entertaining. Lucky for all of us, Andrew Frothingham’s latest book on public speaking manages to integrate both objectives into one clear, concise and funny book. He splits the book into two parts: "About Speaking" and "Gems You Can Use." The first part presents the author’s wisdom on effective speech making. He cites rules, pointers and strategies to build your toolkit for designing and delivering great speeches. The second part of the book is composed of well-known quotes grouped into logical speech topic areas such as education, ethics and marriage. Taken together, the two parts of this book form an educational and enjoyable read. Virtually any speaker will find valuable tips and useful quotes for a future presentation. getAbstract.com recommends this book to anyone who ever has to give a speech (at the last minute, or not) or to anyone who just likes enlightening tips and quotes.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why a last-minute speech can be the best speech of your life;
- How to immediately grab the audience’s attention; and
- What tips can help with any speech.
About the Author
Andrew Frothingham has a wealth of experience in helping people find the perfect words for every occasion. He has written for companies from A&E Network to IBM, from Seiko to Winstar. He has also co-written books for speakers including Creative Excuses, And I Quote and Crisp Toasts.
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