This book is an antacid for knots, butterflies and pains which often accompany public speaking efforts. Text includes personal prescriptions for confidence, success and happiness from Zig Ziglar, Erma Bombeck, Hugh Downs, Cary Grant, Ann Landers, Rod McKuen, Norman Vincent Peale and others.
It tells how to eliminate anguish, frustration and embarrassment when speaking in public. This is a 1984 classic by an award-winning speaker and it gives step-by-step instructions for healthier self-esteem through better oral communications.
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Max D. Isaacson conquered his life-long fear of public speaking at the age of 37 as the result of the training he received through the Toastmasters International organization. Encouraged by mentors at weekly Toastmaster meetings, he learned the value of thorough speech preparation, effective delivery and much-needed practice before live audiences. He subsequently became a member of the Toastmasters International Hall of Fame as a result of winning performances in national and international competition.
In addition to his book, he has had speeches reprinted in two national publications -- Vital Speeches of the Day and The Saturday Evening Post.
Isaacson is a native Iowan, a military veteran and a former certified lay speaker in the United Methodist Church. The father of four and the proud grandfather of seven, he holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Drake University and currently resides in West Des Moines, Iowa, with his wife of 44 years. He owns a successful textile printing and embroidery company which markets its products world-wide.
His favorite quote for those who are afraid to accept the challenges of public speaking came from former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt: "No one can make you feel inferior without your consent."
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Descripción Farnsworth Pub. Co, 1984. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 878632212
Descripción Farnsworth Pub. Co, 1984. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0878632212