What do you really hear when you listen to a speach? Chances are it is much more than you ever dreamed. Take note. The speaker may be you.
Learn how to galvanize an audience and cultivate powers of persuasion you never believed possible. In nine brief chapters Ronald L. Willingham presents the essentials of effective public speaking, drawing from a wealth of personal experience and the advice of great speakers such as Winston Churchill, Abraham Lincoln and the Duke of Windsor. He demonstrates how to deal with and overcome the obstacles to positive communication, from shyness to stagefright and beyond.
Here is much more than a course in speechmaking; it is a blueprint for changing your entire life, learning to recognize opportunity and being ready to make the most of it.