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Now streamlined and updated, the book that has literally put millions on the highway to greater accomplishment and success can show you how to have maximum impact as a speaker--every day, and in every situation that demands winning others over to your point of view.


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Now streamlined and updated, the book that has literally put millions on the highway to greater accomplishment and success can show you how to have maximum impact as a speaker--every day, and in every situation that demands winning others over to your point of view.

30 review for The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking

  1. 5 out of 5

    Michael Baggetta

    I read this book when I was 16 years old. That was in 1974! My father made me take the Dale Carnegie course then and I have to say I have been a public speaker my whole life. I learned a-lot from this book and others by him. A must read!

  2. 5 out of 5

    LeeAnn Taylor

    I bought this book one week before I was scheduled for a public speaking engagement, to get myself added confidence and some fresh ideas on effective speaking. It worked!! It is full of good, solid concepts to help anyone become a confident and entertaining speaker.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Samir Ahmed

    One of the most bland and tedious book ever read. It took me almost three years to finish this. After reading 'How to win friends', I had lot of expectations from this book but it disappointed me to the moon and back! It is not at all engaging. However it has few silver linings like Short talks, Impromptu speeches, Opening speeches, few tried and tested rules, etc. But whenever the interest is developed it is soon lost by numerous unnecessary analogies. If concised to one third of its volume it One of the most bland and tedious book ever read. It took me almost three years to finish this. After reading 'How to win friends', I had lot of expectations from this book but it disappointed me to the moon and back! It is not at all engaging. However it has few silver linings like Short talks, Impromptu speeches, Opening speeches, few tried and tested rules, etc. But whenever the interest is developed it is soon lost by numerous unnecessary analogies. If concised to one third of its volume it could have been a masterpiece.

  4. 4 out of 5

    MochaLatte's Book Hut

    Useful and easy to follow. "Effective speaking...is the revealing expression of a human personality" Another treasure by Dale Carnegie. It tells how to improve your communication skills which crucial to our life whether in professional or personal field. The author sets a few guideline or steps on how to communicate effectively with others and to achieve what you want. The book consists few parts which explains the important details and technique on communication and few aspects related to it. I re Useful and easy to follow. "Effective speaking...is the revealing expression of a human personality" Another treasure by Dale Carnegie. It tells how to improve your communication skills which crucial to our life whether in professional or personal field. The author sets a few guideline or steps on how to communicate effectively with others and to achieve what you want. The book consists few parts which explains the important details and technique on communication and few aspects related to it. I really enjoyed this book because its really help me to improve my soft skills and easier to follow each things that had been explained in it. Everyone who wants to improved their self should read this.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nada AbuHassan

    It take me long time to finish it , it is very useful book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Vanga Srikanth

    The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking by Vanga Srikanth The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking Book Review This book has 14 chapters of examples and insight into public speeching. The author, who taught public speaking at seminars for 40 years, has learned alot and communicates his ideals well in written form. I really envy those who had a chance to listen to his public speeches. That is the weakest part of this book, which the author admits. It doesn't matter how much you read about The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking by Vanga Srikanth The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking Book Review This book has 14 chapters of examples and insight into public speeching. The author, who taught public speaking at seminars for 40 years, has learned alot and communicates his ideals well in written form. I really envy those who had a chance to listen to his public speeches. That is the weakest part of this book, which the author admits. It doesn't matter how much you read about speaking, you have to go out and do it, or you can't get better. "Imagine a hero with no name" who would remember him? Well, if you want to use an example with people, give them names, it makes it easier for your audience to relate to them. This is this book's strongest foundation, the colorful examples and the author ability to relate to his readers through them. He quotes famous people like Lincoln and Julius Ceaser repeatedly. He also cites more ordinary people to show how real people have good insights into life. Overall, the examples and the organization are interesting and add to its strength. "Quick" is a good book, a good "primer" for new speakers. I don't think more experienced speakers will enjoy it as much, but there is enough here to please most people who want to improve their speaking skill, novice or expert. Fundamentals of Effective Speaking 1. Acquiring the Basic Skills Take heart from the experience of others Keep your goal before you Predetermine your mind to success Seize every opportunity to practice 2. Developing Confidence Get the facts about fear of speaking in public Prepare in the proper way Predetermine your mind to success Act confident 3. Speaking Effectively the Quick and Easy Way Speaking about something you have earned the right to talk about through experience or study Be sure you are excited about your subject Be eager to share your talk with your listeners Part Two Speech, Speaker, and Audience 4. Earning the Right to Talk Limit your subject Develop reserve power Fill your talk with illustrations and examples Use concrete, familiar words that create pictures 5. Vitalizing the Talk Choose subjects you are earnest about Relive the Feelings you have about your topic Act in earnest 6. Sharing the Talk with the Audience Talk in terms of your listeners' interests Give honest, sincere appreciation Identify yourself with the audience Make your audience a partner in your talk Play yourself down Part Three The Purpose of Prepared and Impromptu Talks 7. Making the Short Talk to Get Action Give your example, an incident from your life State your point, what you want the audience to do Give the reason or benefit the audience may expect 8. Making the Talk to Inform Restrict your subject to fit the time at your disposal Arrange your ideas in sequence Enumerate your points as you make them Compare the strange with the familiar Use visual aids 9. Making the Talk to Convince Win confidence by deserving it Get a Yes-response Speakin with contagious enthusiasm Show respect and affection for your audience Begin in a friendly way 10. Making Impromptu Talks Practice impromptu speaking Be mentally ready to speak impromptu Get into an example immediately Speak with animation and force Use the principle of the Here and the Now Don't talk impromptu--Give an impromptu talk Thanks Vanga Srikanth

  7. 4 out of 5

    A Daisy

    I won a Scholarship the Dale Carnegie Leadership workshop series and so will be reading three of his books. I'm very excited about the experience. Public Speaking has always been one of my strong suits, but I'd have to be a fool to not take this opportunity to dust off and polish my existing skill set. I won a Scholarship the Dale Carnegie Leadership workshop series and so will be reading three of his books. I'm very excited about the experience. Public Speaking has always been one of my strong suits, but I'd have to be a fool to not take this opportunity to dust off and polish my existing skill set.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Erin95

    I want to highlight these two stories that captured my interest the most. Which first is: 1) How lincoln always keep books with him wherever he go. It's just such a good example that proved to us, books can improve a lot of ourselves, only if we read, focus and do it. 2) "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm". Which this one story William Lyon Phelps was probably the most beloved and the most popular professor ever to teach at Yale University. He said "teaching is more that an art or I want to highlight these two stories that captured my interest the most. Which first is: 1) How lincoln always keep books with him wherever he go. It's just such a good example that proved to us, books can improve a lot of ourselves, only if we read, focus and do it. 2) "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm". Which this one story William Lyon Phelps was probably the most beloved and the most popular professor ever to teach at Yale University. He said "teaching is more that an art or an occupation. It is a passion". Before he go out of bed in the morning, he think his group of students. Ouch how sweet it is when we love what we do. Such an inspiring story

  9. 4 out of 5

    Asma-Mekki-Daouadji

    The quick & easy way to effective speaking by the greatest Dale Carnegie This book taught me a lot , tactics and ways I need them now as I need them in the future . We all like to impact people with our thoughts and ideas but when the occasion comes we hesitate and we don’t know how , what to do and what to say ! This book should be read by everyone , a student and a worker , business man and a teacher ... we everyday encounter such a situation which requires us to talk and expresses what is in o The quick & easy way to effective speaking by the greatest Dale Carnegie This book taught me a lot , tactics and ways I need them now as I need them in the future . We all like to impact people with our thoughts and ideas but when the occasion comes we hesitate and we don’t know how , what to do and what to say ! This book should be read by everyone , a student and a worker , business man and a teacher ... we everyday encounter such a situation which requires us to talk and expresses what is in our minds , and how to make your ideas accepted , well understood and effectively form , this book will explain all , how to build confidence and how to be ready for any presentation or any talk all are well unfolded in this book with a bunch of examples ❤️ and believe me , you won’t be the same person when you finish reading this book , his words will push you to go back to every talk you had with your friends and how you tried to convince them and how much you were mistaken in the way you did😘

  10. 5 out of 5

    Chhun

    Actually, I'm a type of a silent man and find myself hard to speak in the public. I always feel nervous when staying in front of many people, even in front of the group I have known well. However, once I remember, I was chosen to speak in front of thousands of students for 10-15mn while I hadn't known it in advance and prepared nothing. I kept staying calm, leant to microphone and I spoke of what I could think of. I didn't even realize what I was talking, but surprisingly, as I finished, everyon Actually, I'm a type of a silent man and find myself hard to speak in the public. I always feel nervous when staying in front of many people, even in front of the group I have known well. However, once I remember, I was chosen to speak in front of thousands of students for 10-15mn while I hadn't known it in advance and prepared nothing. I kept staying calm, leant to microphone and I spoke of what I could think of. I didn't even realize what I was talking, but surprisingly, as I finished, everyone clapped their hands, and teachers always kept praising me after that. I really felt excited, warm, and confident in myself....but that time seemed not to happen again as I notice. I seemed to lose confidence of talking so far, and sure, if I didn't read this book, not strange I couldn't gain this confidence again. Thank you Carnegie for your valuable thoughts and advice. I will remember your word------ begin to talk as confidently as if every one of them owed you money.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    the cliff notes: have passion and enthusiasm for your topic be knowledgeable practice at every opportunity

  12. 5 out of 5

    Arti

    Always a reluctant speaker, I have - to be honest - never put in the effort to apply myself to develop the skill... but small lessons over the years that I have picked up have helped me to acknowledge that it is possible to become better and even achieve the impossible task of engaging people, catching their attention... The book mostly reinforces what I have learnt earlier - either from other books or articles, or thru my own experiments - and these I can validate from my own trials: (1) I have Always a reluctant speaker, I have - to be honest - never put in the effort to apply myself to develop the skill... but small lessons over the years that I have picked up have helped me to acknowledge that it is possible to become better and even achieve the impossible task of engaging people, catching their attention... The book mostly reinforces what I have learnt earlier - either from other books or articles, or thru my own experiments - and these I can validate from my own trials: (1) I have seen that even though natural charm and style cannot be acquired, yet it can be compensated by talking about what you know, sharing your passion and excitement (which is always contagious), and being honest and truthful... (2) It is important to just being yourself (and not imitating others). (3) I have tried and seen that talking about an experience or something that life has taught you never fails to keep interest, it also gets you started and get over your nerves... it also is the simplest way to be enthusiastic as you talk and your emotions and experiences will spark the interest to listen... (3) I have also seen that memorising a speech never works - and the only way is to just structure your thoughts, arrange the ideas beforehand and then speak conversationally. (4) And that the biggest roadblock is confidence and it requires time and practice (as does every other skill) - so you need to combine the desire to improve with the persistence to keep trying and the self-assurance that you will succeed, but above all persistence... The book reinforces all this again and spends a major part of the book in convincing you that it is natural to be afraid, that you are not an exception and with effort you can make such progress to change your life. I found a lot of repetition esp. as different types of speaking occasions are covered and the underlying themes of how to prepare and deliver are quite similar... but it’s an easy to read book and you can cover it over a few weeks if you read a few pages every day. I did note down some additional suggestions - most of these are obvious, but sometimes it helps to see it spelled out and be reminded of... - begin the talk with an incident - to catch attention immediately is very important - introductions can be made interesting by following the structure of - topic, importance, speaker (TIS) - limit the subject - do not try to cover the open range - be specific - fill the talk with details - close a talk with a call for action - make the point brief and specific, be sure to stress one reason or benefit (and not be tempted to list all) Read the book if you need a reminder or a push ... and start practicing in every small or big situation and you will see your confidence grow over time...

  13. 4 out of 5

    Farhan Khalid

    We are not born competent, we become so Draw inspiration from the experience of others Do not lose sight of your goal Be sure of your success beforehand Seize every opportunity to practice The fear of public speaking comes from lack of habit Talk about your subject with your friends: this is a way to test the ideas To become confident, then you have to act as if you were Search for subjects in your past. Speak about them Ask yourself if you would be able to defend your point of view with conviction if yo We are not born competent, we become so Draw inspiration from the experience of others Do not lose sight of your goal Be sure of your success beforehand Seize every opportunity to practice The fear of public speaking comes from lack of habit Talk about your subject with your friends: this is a way to test the ideas To become confident, then you have to act as if you were Search for subjects in your past. Speak about them Ask yourself if you would be able to defend your point of view with conviction if you are contradicted Communicate your enthusiasm to the public The brain cannot follow a dull litany for a long time. It is better to present fewer ideas but to enrich them with examples and picturesque details Dramatize your presentation using a dialogue Talk to your listeners about their interests Make sincere compliments Be humble Use a personal experience as an event and begin your presentation with a detail of the event advise the action with strength and conviction Highlight the benefit Arrange your ideas in a logical sequence List your ideas as you develop them Compare what’s new with what’s familiar Relax and break down barriers which prevent you from being natural Highlight what makes you different from others Avoid monologues Arouse curiosity. State a striking fact Ask the audience to vote by show of hands Promise the public that you will tell them how they can get what they want Show an object Don’t start with an excuse Use statistics. Make use of expert testimony Ask for concrete, simple and achievable action

  14. 4 out of 5

    Popoy Mindalano

    One thing that I learned after reading this book was that in order to speak effectively in the public, it takes certain preparation and adherence to certain principles in order to achieve that end. This book will teach its readers with various principles and techniques in order to effectively speak in the public. But the principles presented here are not a magical eloquent formulas as this book is filled with disciplines to follow so that we could train ourselves to become an effective public sp One thing that I learned after reading this book was that in order to speak effectively in the public, it takes certain preparation and adherence to certain principles in order to achieve that end. This book will teach its readers with various principles and techniques in order to effectively speak in the public. But the principles presented here are not a magical eloquent formulas as this book is filled with disciplines to follow so that we could train ourselves to become an effective public speaker. In otherwords, this book presents us with rules and principles to guide us while speaking, before speaking and habits to incorporate in our daily activities in order to achieve the desired end result of being an effective public speaker. Various techniques for effective public speaking like techniques in managing a long talk, techniques in an informative, convincing, appealing to action talks and even the impromptu ones are being taught in this book. And I find to be very useful in every occasion that we are attending because we might be called to give a speech without prior knowledge making us the laughing stock of our audience. This is the perfect book so we could avoid that embarrassing incident. This is really a great book as expected from its brilliant author. I consider him really a genius because I had read one of his book lately dealing with getting rid of worries and anxieties and I adhered to the principles and his advices and it really worked. What I really love about his works is that it provides principles that is easy to be understand and followed as it uses simple words by avoiding jargons and subtle instructions. The way he conveys his words to its readers is really amazing. So all in all this book is a great help to anyone who wants to improve his skills in public speaking.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Johnny

    A great little book for anyone looking to improve upon their speaking skills. Dale Carnegie is one of, if not the, greatest self-help authors of all time. He's written countless books on how to improve your business and personal skills, and this book does not disappoint. Like all of his books, it is a little old and dated, but practical and useful nonetheless. I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to improve their communication skills. A great little book for anyone looking to improve upon their speaking skills. Dale Carnegie is one of, if not the, greatest self-help authors of all time. He's written countless books on how to improve your business and personal skills, and this book does not disappoint. Like all of his books, it is a little old and dated, but practical and useful nonetheless. I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to improve their communication skills.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lefford Fate

    This is a great read. I remember reading the earlier addition during a communications course a few years ago. I was familiar with the content but this time I feel I had a better grasp on the content. This is a book that deserves to be studied. Keep this book and go through it several times. It is just that powerful.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Neerja

    Well, this book delivers really interesting facts and ways. The way everything is explained is simple and easy. I liked this book and would recommend to everyone irrespective of their age. A very motivational book indeed.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Amroj Sandhu

    Step by step guide to public speaking— but with a lot of anecdotes. This is what’s wonderful about reading through the experiences of person who has lived teaching people how to make it work. Look at your listeners as if they owe you money, best advice I have come across on public speaking...

  19. 4 out of 5

    Duncan Akyeampong

    With Dale Carngie books you have read them again to understand what he is saying. He gives too many examples plus too many names as well they are key values in his book that might be useful in the present and future.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ali

    i'm going to use the lesson to my fullest ability! i'm going to use the lesson to my fullest ability!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Michael David

    I've read both Norman Vincent Peale and Dale Carnegie's works. I can unequivocally say that I prefer Carnegie's write-ups, because his books are often constructive and directive: Carnegie provides concrete guidelines and steps to achieve what the reader seeks for himself. In contrast, however, Peale is all about abstract ideas like "enthusiasm," or "positive thinking," and tries to admix it with his brand of "psychology" so that one could improve himself. Carnegie didn't skip a beat with this bo I've read both Norman Vincent Peale and Dale Carnegie's works. I can unequivocally say that I prefer Carnegie's write-ups, because his books are often constructive and directive: Carnegie provides concrete guidelines and steps to achieve what the reader seeks for himself. In contrast, however, Peale is all about abstract ideas like "enthusiasm," or "positive thinking," and tries to admix it with his brand of "psychology" so that one could improve himself. Carnegie didn't skip a beat with this book. This is an easy-to-understand, step-by-step guide on how to become a better and more effective speaker. Examples are profuse; in addition, Carnegie's emphasis on interest towards one's subject of speech and igniting other people's interest in the subject by making it relevant to them remain to be salient nowadays. This is a solid book, and is recommended for people trying to progress in their public speaking.

  22. 4 out of 5

    thethousanderclub

    Adam C. Zern shares his thoughts . . . "I'm always willing to give an unknown book a try if I get it for free or an extremely reduced price. This was the case for books like The Thirteen American Arguments by Howard Fineman and Rights from Wrongs by Alan Dershowitz. Some of these unknowns ended up becoming true gems that I found great value in and others didn't have all that much to offer. The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking by Dale Carnegie was one of those freebies I picked up after c Adam C. Zern shares his thoughts . . . "I'm always willing to give an unknown book a try if I get it for free or an extremely reduced price. This was the case for books like The Thirteen American Arguments by Howard Fineman and Rights from Wrongs by Alan Dershowitz. Some of these unknowns ended up becoming true gems that I found great value in and others didn't have all that much to offer. The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking by Dale Carnegie was one of those freebies I picked up after completing a school project, along with Dale Carnegie's very well known How to Win Friends and Influence People. I can't help but think of Snake Oil when I see a title on any book that begins with "The Quick and Easy Way . . ." Although Mr. Carnegie's book isn't Snake Oil, simply reading the book isn't a quick and easy way to effective speaking. To his credit, Mr. Carnegie explicitly states that his ideas and suggestions have to be practically implemented in order for anyone to become a more effective speaker. The book provides interesting insights, ideas, axioms, and anecdotes, but nothing revolutionary. Although, I can't help but think that more contemporary self-help / effective speaking books might offer more research based information but probably not that much more in terms of general principles. It’s hard not to be reminded of what the Preacher had to say so long ago: “there is no new thing under the sun” (Ecclesiastes 1:9). Reading The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking was somewhat of a one-off for me. I more than likely would not have purchased such a book, but picking it up for free gave me an excuse to spend a few days with it. I'm sure if I ever have to share some thoughts on effective speaking, especially public speaking, I'll flip back through its pages for some interesting quotes or thoughts, but I probably won't think that much about the book aside from that." http://thethousanderclub.blogspot.com/

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kunal

    This book was absolutely incredible as I learned so much about how to give an effective speech from beginning to end. While I learned so much about these concepts from my time at Toastmasters, the book goes incredibly in depth discussing things from speech format to things you should be conscious of from a personal level as well. Couple of key points are that for the introduction, you want to start out with some type of question, fact, story, or anything else that will really appeal directly to t This book was absolutely incredible as I learned so much about how to give an effective speech from beginning to end. While I learned so much about these concepts from my time at Toastmasters, the book goes incredibly in depth discussing things from speech format to things you should be conscious of from a personal level as well. Couple of key points are that for the introduction, you want to start out with some type of question, fact, story, or anything else that will really appeal directly to the audience and for the conclusion you want to end it in a way that will really make an impact on people. The book also discusses how important it is to realize that the audience really wants to hear the message you have to tell them and that you should be appealing to their selfish reasons of trying to educate them on something that they can change or benefit for their own lives. Overall, just an absolutely incredible book that would highly recommend to anyone who wants to improve their public speaking skills

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ali Changazie

    #Book_review: #The_quick_and_easy_way_to_effectives_speaking By #dale_Carnegie The prime motive of this book is to furnish excellence in speaking effective and creative with motivation of self-learning and endeavor, this book explains art of oratory in 14 topics and four chapter, each one of chapter posses special and keen place in the enhancement of public speaking. This book is complete bibliography of writer’s journey who taught public speaking at seminars for 40 years. In this book writer tran #Book_review: #The_quick_and_easy_way_to_effectives_speaking By #dale_Carnegie The prime motive of this book is to furnish excellence in speaking effective and creative with motivation of self-learning and endeavor, this book explains art of oratory in 14 topics and four chapter, each one of chapter posses special and keen place in the enhancement of public speaking. This book is complete bibliography of writer’s journey who taught public speaking at seminars for 40 years. In this book writer transcript’s, his experience while teaching and roaming around the globe, that how people suffers with anxiety and depression due to lack of confidence? and how they overcome their shortcomings with self-motivation? The delightful explanation of speaking in black and white puts an extraordinary effort of writer to ease reader attention on the topic of speaking. In this book writer explains different norms of society for speaking effective and efficient with historical and natural examples of our daily routine. Among all those common examples there is one which I like most is the answer of Lincoln to his critics during a crucial period of civil war. With commendable analogy and metaphor of nature, writer truly stretch some stupendous attention of readers for boosting spirit of learn more and more about the given topic of speech. In this book writer is emphasizing to his reader for practicing speech on practical ground and motivating them with mantra like “for better or worse, you must play your own instrument in the orchestra of life” and “fear doesn’t exist anywhere except in the mind”. When I peep deep inside the book, I found writer break the stereotypical instruction of cramming and conduct of speaking with an idea of prompt, precise speech with confident and definite goals. Overall this book is complete pack of strength for learning public speaking as novice, while this book will not put some extra glory over experts but despite the nature of this book there is enough code of conduct for speech who can easily please any speaker weather novice or expert. #Fundamentals_of_public_speaking: #chapter_1: “#_Basic_principles _of_effective_speaking” In this chapter writer give different examples of clumsy and skilled people that how they become expert in public speaking and how they surfer’s a lot from societal pressure at their highest ridge of carrier, and after giving their examples writer suggested for seeking experience from their hardships and learn the technicality of oratory. Further writer tries to blink a light of self confidence with primary statement of “keep your goal before you and predetermine your mind to success” because if you are not ready to speech then speech is not ready for delivery and if you think passive before hitting ground then you will surely lose your sprit to face the music of crowd. #chapter_2: “Techniques of effective speaking” In this chapter writer put lime light on major issue of stage fright and express his opinion for novice and make them realize that you are not unique who suffers with anxiety but it happens with every second person around us, because it is nature of humankind to prepare itself for different bright and dark sides of life. Further he adds more that these symptoms of clumsiness are quite usual for beginners so let them go with flow and behave confidently and bravely with high moral of dignity. While moving ahead he prohibited beginners for cramming and suggested them for make small clinches of any long topic on different chunks of paper for better deliverances and gaining optimal attention of listeners. He suggested to precise long speeches sentences In one-word substitution and give instruction for assembling and arrangement of ideas before giving any speech. #chapter_3: “#The_three_aspects_of_every_speech” In this chapter writer explains that you should speak about something that is familiar to you, he said if you speak upon bird in your hand then you have strong command on it, further he said you should give natural and livelihood examples that may resembles with your personality and taken from your past experience. If you speak about what life taught you then you can easily bring yourself into the speech thus this will be your solid victory to keep your audience attention on your speech. He suggested further that you should be excited about your topic and put yourself in the topic let your excitement be seen by your audience, further interact with your audience and try to involve them by asking questing ad doing attentive activities. #chapter_4:”#The_two_methods_of_delivering_a_talk” In this chapter writer give some to-do and not to-do instruction like while communicating with audience you should merge with them by interactive tricks and try to figure out what they want to listen because if your topic is not really mean to them they will not take interest to you so be specific on your topic and bound your knowledge within boundaries of their native place, try to appreciate them if you can and show humbleness in your tone while speaking to them, support your main idea of delivery appeal your action and just dig deep into yourself with eye to eye interaction if you do all these things then stage is yours. #Conclusion: I really like to read this book because of its nature of picturizing real-time scenario, further I was truly inspired by high morals of manuscript that how beautifully carnage depicts act of action in words, I really recommend this book who really suffers with stage fright and who want to enhance their speaking skills Thankyou

  25. 5 out of 5

    Matt Burgess

    It is not often I read a book that is basically a waste of time, but this book by David Bornstein is one of them. I picked it up with the hopes of promise of something useful, but I was left with a collection of poorly written stories about "social entrepreneurs". Instead of writing about them and explaining their accomplishments in more practical terms, Bornstein leaves us with a history lesson. Buy this book if you want a fairly lengthy book on your shelf with an impressive title. Don't buy it It is not often I read a book that is basically a waste of time, but this book by David Bornstein is one of them. I picked it up with the hopes of promise of something useful, but I was left with a collection of poorly written stories about "social entrepreneurs". Instead of writing about them and explaining their accomplishments in more practical terms, Bornstein leaves us with a history lesson. Buy this book if you want a fairly lengthy book on your shelf with an impressive title. Don't buy it for content.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Viviene S.

    The book really is a quick and easy guide to public speaking. The things I loved about the book is that (a) it is easy to understand, (b) reading it wasn't boring because it is filled with true stories about the people who Dale Carnegie taught and anecdotes that makes the topics easier to digest and to retain in the readers' mind and (c) there is a sort-of chapter summary at the end of every chapter, which reminds the readers of what was tackled and the important points of the chapter. I honestl The book really is a quick and easy guide to public speaking. The things I loved about the book is that (a) it is easy to understand, (b) reading it wasn't boring because it is filled with true stories about the people who Dale Carnegie taught and anecdotes that makes the topics easier to digest and to retain in the readers' mind and (c) there is a sort-of chapter summary at the end of every chapter, which reminds the readers of what was tackled and the important points of the chapter. I honestly can't a find a fault in this book.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Turki

    It was very good guide to effective speaking. I recommend this book for every student who has a free time to read such a book. It is really going to develop lot of skills all most every student needs to do a presentation.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Damos

    A wonderful book. I am going to reread & annotate it immediately. The challenge is to put the words into action. So many highly powerful skills & tools. Potentially life changing little reference book.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Zane

    This is one of the better self-help books on public speaking, and I'd recommend it to anyone who is presenting a paper or simply giving a speech. It stays true to the title: it's quick, effective, and easy. This is one of the better self-help books on public speaking, and I'd recommend it to anyone who is presenting a paper or simply giving a speech. It stays true to the title: it's quick, effective, and easy.

  30. 4 out of 5

    David

    An absolute must read for public speakers. I'd recommend it to everyone else too because of its focus on growing up into a confident, enthusiastic person who delights in conversation and the sharing of ideas. An absolute must read for public speakers. I'd recommend it to everyone else too because of its focus on growing up into a confident, enthusiastic person who delights in conversation and the sharing of ideas.

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