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Speak Up

Fear of Public Speaking, according to surveys, is the number one phobia of North American adults. Do you suffer from this common affliction?

If your job, or the job you'd really like, involves public speaking do yourself a favor. Become a better public speaker.

The Speak Up Manual will help you become a more confident, more polished speaker in a very short time. If you want to go even further you should consider joining Toastmasters, an international organization dedicated to better communication through the development of public speaking skills.

The Manual deals with three of the most important public speaking skills:

As well as dealing with topics such as humor, visual aids, audience analysis, speech writing, and more.

If you want to make yourself heard, to have your opinions and ideas considered by others, to be considered worthy of respect and advancement, you have to be able to communicate effectively.

The Speak Up Manual will help you to reach those goals.

Ben Franklin was once asked, "Of all your skills, and all your wordly possessions, what do you consider to be most important?" He replied, "The most important of all is my ability to communicate. I could lose everything else but as long as I had the ability to communicate, I could gain them all back."

A few hours invested in your ability to communicate will pay dividends for the rest of your life.

ISBN: #1-930889  *  Length: 61 pages  *  File Size: 863K pdf, 400K zip

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