Description : Public Speaking...your shortcut to distinction. Dale Carnegie, the father of modern public speaking training, had a long list of students whose rise to prominence demonstrated that public speaking is, indeed, a shortcut to distinction. This continues to hold true. In every class, club, community, county, country, or even continent, men and women who can express themselves well in public, find themselves on the fast-track to success. The parade of individuals who have risen from obscurity to public prominence on the strength of their public speaking abilities include the following: Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill, Sojourner Truth, Nelson Mandela, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, Hillary Clinton, Cornel West, Junichiro Koizumi, Barack Obama, Barbara Jordan, and Anthony Robbins. Guaranteed Formula for Public Speaking Success will allow you to: 1) Discover a variety of concrete techniques to become a versatile speaker, 2) Improve your speaking skills quickly, 3) Master impromptu speaking skills, and 4) Review the ingredients of a winning speech. About the Author Everett Ofori, MBA (Heriot-Watt University, Scotland), has extensive experience as an instructor of English as a Second Language, Writing, and Public Speaking. He has provided training in communication for consultants and staff at companies such as Goldman Sachs, Disney Japan, Mizuho Corporate Bank, JP Morgan, McKinsey, Accenture, and ExxonMobil. Everett is a longstanding member of Toastmasters International and holds the Advanced Communicator Silver designation.
Description : Guaranteed Formula for Writing Success will allow you to learn how to: 1. Grab your reader¿s attention from the get-go, 2. Write clear, crisp copy, 3. Make your meaning clear, 4. Make your writing sing, 5. Create believable characters and scenarios, 6. Transform your mind into an idea factory, 7. Perk up pompous, flabby prose, 8. Write about anything, anywhere, anytime!!!Who Needs This Book?1. Students preparing for their high school final exams, 2. Students preparing to attend college or university where they will have to write term papers, theses, and other reports, 3. English as a Foreign/Second Language (EFL/ESL) learners, 4. Students planning to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT), Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), Test of Written English (TWE), etc., 5. Business people, including owners, who want to get better results from their correspondence and communication, 6. Administrative assistants, public relations agents, sales people, aspiring authors, etc.
Description : This is a book about becoming a millionaire. Not through investment, although you may invest the money that you make. Not through savings, although you will be able to have some of those. And not through betting on the 4.10 at your local race track. This is a 'how to' book like no other, with seven possible paths, all leading to the same outcome. This is your book, not mine. If you do the things in this book you will become a millionaire - it's that simple. So what do you want to do? Be an authentic millionaire? Design a global brand? Start and grow your business? Avoid pitfalls? See what others don't? Become a professional speaker? Write a bestseller? Your book, your choice. This is a work of fact - if, and only if, you do something with it. Otherwise, it's a work of fiction.
Description : Great speakers aren't just born; they prepare and they practice. THE ELEMENTS OF GREAT PUBLIC SPEAKING takes the fear out of taking the podium, distilling essential techniques and tricks for just about any speaking occasion. Experienced businesspeople, nervous students, best men, and eulogists alike can benefit from the author's simple, direct, and tested advice on everything from body language and word choice to responding to the audience and overcoming stage fright. Because there's no such thing as a boring topic‚Äîjust boring speakers‚ÄîELEMENTS shows how to look, sound, and act like someone worth listening to.Reviews‚ÄúThe go-to guide for anyone about to stand up and say something. . . A practical guide to thumb through before every speech, whether it's your first or 500th.‚Äù ‚ÄîUSA Today