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The Art Of Public Speaking


Learn how to become a confident, effective speaker. What are you afraid of? Spiders? Small spaces? Heights? For many, our biggest fear, more fearful than jumping off a building or out of a plane, is public speaking. But why? Why is public speaking such a terrifying thing? As you’ll find out, speaking in front of strangers is an art that requires practice. Many teachers begin teaching public speaking on how to speak publicly. They study voice, gesture, and the rest but this approach is futile. Instead, the best way to improve is to just do it. In fact, “it is an ancient truism that we learn to do by doing.” Once you have begun speaking, you can then improve by observing your speeches, fixing the mistakes, and listening to constructive criticism. So take the plunge and the rest will fall into place, you’ll be a master speech in no time. Of course, it’ll take lots of practice, but you’ll learn the tips and tricks from author Dale Carnegie to make the most of your practice. You’ll learn everything, including how to overcome your stage fright to the importance of arranging your audience. So if you’re ready to take the plunge, let’s begin.

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Dale Carnegie

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Spiders, heights, public speaking. Everyone has their own phobias. But even if you’d rather traverse a tightrope between two skyscrapers filled with spiders than give a speech in front of an audience, public speaking shouldn’t be so terrifying. In this book summary, we’ll explain how speaking in public is a matter of practice. At first it might feel uncomfortable, but the only way to overcome that discomfort is to dive right in. With practice and exposure, the rest is easy. Indeed, mastering oratory art can be a fun and fulfilling endeavor. Sure, there can be a lot of practice involved, but, in the end, successful public speaking relies on being sincere and believing in the subject you’re presenting. This book summary will provide a variety of useful tips – from how to overcome stage fright to how to assemble an audience – with which to help build up your personal sincerity and belief. In this summary, you’ll also learn:
how putting together an audience is similar to building a campfire
why you can’t nail a tree branch to another tree’s trunk
what public speakers and basketball players have in common.


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