The Complete Guide to Public Speaking

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Contents
PART I IDENTIFYING AND CREATING A DYNAMITE SPEAKING TOPIC
Chapter 1A Bevy of Speech Topics3
Chapter 2Appealing to People's Emotions1
Chapter 3Why Do You Want to Speak?1
Chapter 4Researching Your Topic2
Chapter 5Tapping Your Hidden Strengths2
Chapter 6Dealing with Change: The All Pervasive Topic3
Chapter 7Meeting Types and Variations3
PART II DEVELOPING AND ENLIVENING YOUR PRESENTATION
Chapter 8Get Humorous or Get Going49
Chapter 9Presenting the Best of You57
Chapter 10The High-Content Presentation69
Chapter 11Body and Movement73
Chapter 12All about Visuals78
Chapter 13Developing Your Signature Story91
Chapter 14Making Your Story Even Better98
Chapter 15Pauses and Silences108

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