Six-Word Lessons for Compelling Speeches: 100 Lessons to Deliver Speeches that Move Your Audiences
Get all the tools you need to deliver dynamic, effective speeches!
Public speaking is a valuable professional skill. Six-Word Lessons for Compelling Speeches gives you 100 lessons to make you an effective and interesting speaker, whether you're representing an organization or yourself. You can be engaging, entertaining and even have fun doing it. This book has all the tools you need to communicate a compelling message that will change and move your audience to action.
Written by Mary Waldmann, a seasoned PR pro whose long resume includes Public Affairs Director and media spokeswoman for the U.S. Department of Commerce under the Reagan Administration. She parlayed her years of experience into her own company specializing in speech and media communications training and has helped scores of people prepare and deliver moving, exciting speeches that make a difference.
Six-Word Lessons for Compelling Speeches is organized into 10 easy-to- understand chapters:
1. Questions You Need to Immediately Ask
2. How to Write an Effective Speech
3. Working Easily with a Written Text
4. Practicing Your Presentation Will Improve It
5. Prepare in Advance for Your Speech
6. When You're Ready to Begin Speaking
7. Special Tips for Using Visual Aids
8. How to Deal Well with Questions
9. Some Advice for Special Speaking Situations
10. How to Learn from Your Experience
Good speeches don't happen accidentally, but require effort. These six-word lessons will teach you everything you need to know to write, speak effectively and connect with your audiences, moving them to action.
Published by Pacelli Publishing
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