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The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking
The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking Author:Dale Carnegie With no fuss about rules and mechanics, The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking draws on more than 80 years experience of the world famous Dale Carnegie Course to cut away the trivial and get to the heart of the communicative process--the revealing expression of human personality. — Every activity of our lives is communication of a sort, but... more » it is through speech that we assert our distinctiveness from other forms of life. When we are unable to say clearly what we mean, through nervousness, timidity or foggy thought processes, our personality is blocked off, dimmed out, and misunderstood.
Business, social and personal satisfaction depend heavily upon our ability to communicate clearly to others what we are, what we desire and what we believe. And now, as never before, in an atmosphere of international tension, fears and insecurities, we need the channel of communication between people kept open.
Every chapter of this book builds solidly on Dale Carnegie's three basic principles: know what to say; say it with feeling; say it vividly and clearly. The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking will be helpful in all these ways, both to those who wish merely to function with greater ease and self-confidence in practical pursuits, and to those who wish to express themselves more completely as individuals seeking a deeper personal fulfillment.
Put your ideas across-and you'll put YOURSELF across.
Now, for every man, every woman, the NEW Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking opens a modern speedway to skilled ommunication for everyday use. Here are just some of the situations where this book will be of help.
Winning a group of skeptics to your viewpoint.
Teaching a method of explaining a subject.
Offering an idea in a community meeting.
Convincing a purchasing agent that your product is best.
Conversing with a new acquaintance.
"Selling" a big idea.
Addressing a meeting important to your career.
Persuading a group to take action.
Accepting an award.
Making conversation with a group of strangers.« less