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Confessions of a Public Speaker. Scott Berkun

Confessions of a Public Speaker


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ISBN: 0596801998,9780596801991 | 224 pages | 6 Mb


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Confessions of a Public Speaker Scott Berkun
Publisher: O'Reilly Media




Jan Schultink recommended this book and I enjoyed it. Posted by Markus Jais on December 4, 2012 Leave a comment (0) Go to comments. Who among us has never feared speaking in front of a crowd- no matter how large the crowd be? For anyone else who talks and expects someone to listen, Confessions of a Public Speaker provides an insider's perspective on how to effectively present ideas to anyone. For managers and teachers-and anyone else who talks and expects someone to listen-Confessions of a Public Speaker provides an insider's perspective on how to effectively present ideas to anyone. In this hilarious and highly practical book, author and professional speaker Scott Berkun reveals the techniques behind what great communicators do, and shows how anyone can learn to use them well. Book review: Confessions of a Public Speaker by Scott Berkun. I'm glad I read Scott Berkun's Confessions of a Public Speaker. Most people listening to presentations around the world right now are hoping their speakers will end soon. Check out the book Confessions of a Public Speaker . To find out whether you can do it or not, try Scott Berkun's book, Confessions of a public speaker. The book has enough useful substance, and a healthy dollop of humor, to get my vote. The seminar starts off in a typical fashion, with opening remarks and the national anthem or the school hymn. Imagine this: A large room or auditorium packed with students. I like to go to developer conferences. If you're in one of my audiences, you're glad I read it. Confessions of a Public Speaker is a highly entertaining and insightful insider's view of public speaking, with value for speakers of all levels. If you give talks, presentations, or just need to share your own ideas, you should read it too. Maybe there are 200 of them; or maybe even 900+. More importantly, what would we do when confronted by a chandelier?

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