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The Power Presenter: Technique, Style, and Strategy from America's Top Speaking Coach

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  • Posted April 6, 2009

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    Best Approach to Speaking

    This is by far the best approach to speaking, using his process and approach has made me more relaxed and feel like everything flows much better on stage and I'm getting more compliments than ever before. You have to read this book if your struggling with speaking in front of crowds.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 23, 2009

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    Knowledgeable guide to making presentations

    Many people would rather try to flush a snarling bobcat down the toilet than give a speech. Indeed, individuals often rate public speaking as a primary fear. Delivering a speech summons the same jacked-up "fight or flight" response that animals depend upon to survive predator attacks. Your breathing rate shoots through the roof. You cannot think clearly. You are suddenly in severe physical crisis. Unfortunately, when you give a speech, you cannot fight your way out of trouble or run away from it. Instead, you must somehow stand there calmly, and speak in a coherent, compelling fashion. Premier speaking coach Jerry Weissman shows how to quell those stressful feelings. In this clearly written book - which features an attractive design that makes his examples particularly easy to follow - he provides a comprehensive set of public speaking techniques to help you win over any audience. getAbstract is glad to speak up for this book and its fascinating case histories about famous speakers, including an insightful analysis of the fateful 1960 U.S. presidential debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon. History might have been different if Nixon had read Weissman's book before he went on TV. If you hope to rise in sales or business, not to mention politics, you must be able to give a great presentation - this book will show you how.

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