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People suffer three great fears: flying, dying and public speaking. To help offset the latter, Bill McGowan presents an entertaining, informative guide chock-full of practical advice for anyone seeking to communicate with greater relaxation and effect. He cites examples and practical advice based on his extensive experience helping people speak in their business and personal lives. This easy-to-read, original self-help manual is tailor-made for speakers who want to improve their oral communications skills in a variety of business and personal situations. getAbstract is all about improving communications, so we highly recommend this fresh approach to everyone who wants to overcome public speaking anxiety.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How you can significantly improve your verbal communications skills in various business and personal situations,
  • What the Seven Principles of Persuasion are, and
  • How to gauge the importance of verbal and nonverbal communications.
 

About the Authors

Bill McGowan, founder and CEO of Clarity Media Group, is a two-time Emmy Award-winning correspondent. Alisa Bowman collaborated on seven New York Times best-selling books.

 

Summary

The Impact of Speech
What people say is often more important than what they do. This simple fact can get lost when people present their ideas on a first date, to relatives, in everyday business settings or in front of large groups. The impact of a powerful presentation can fuel career ...

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