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Dale Carnegie

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ABOUT THE BOOK

This book will show you how to overcome the natural fear of public speaking. Drawing on Dale Carnegie's years of experience as a business trainer, this practical book will help you to become a successful speaker. Being able to deliver a well-crafted and interesting speech is not the result of some innate talent that only a few possess; rather, it is a skill that anyone can learn.
His invaluable advice includes ways to:
* Develop poise
* Gain self-confidence
* Improve your memory
* Make your meaning clear
* Begin and end a talk effectively
* Interest and charm your audience
* Improve your diction
* Win an argument without making enemies

The book also offers hundreds of practical and valuable tips on influencing the important people in your life: your friends, your customers, your business associates, your employers, etc.The information in this book has been tested andhas helped millions of people worldwide.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dale Breckenridge Carnegie was a well-known American writer and lecturer, as well as the developer of famous courses in self-improvement, salesmanship, corporate training, public speaking and interpersonal skills. He was the author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, first published in 1936, a massive bestseller that remains popular even today. He also wrote a biography of Abraham Lincoln, titled Lincoln the Unknown, as well as several other books. Dale Carnegie was born as Dale Carnagey on November 24, 1888, in Maryville, Missouri. His parents, James William and Amanda Elizabeth Carnagey, were impoverished farmers. Dale Carnegie worked as a traveling salesman before teaching public speaking at YMCA. He taught his students how to interview well, make persuasive presentations and forge positive relationships. Within two years, the courses had achieved such popularity that Carnegie moved them out of the YMCA and founded his own Dale Carnegie Institute to accommodate the growing number of students.


CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION....................................................................7

1. DEVELOPINGCOURAGE ANDSELF-CONFIDENCE..............9

2. SELF-CONFIDENCETHROUGHPREPARATION................. 24

3. HOWFAMOUSSPEAKERSPREPAREDTHEIR ADDRESSES.................................................................... 44

4. THEIMPROVEMENT OFMEMORY................................... 63

5. ESSENTIALELEMENTS INSUCCESSFULSPEAKING........... 84

6. THESECRET OFGOODDELIVERY.................................. 95

7. PLATFORMPRESENCE ANDPERSONALITY...................... 112

8. HOW TOOPEN ATALK................................................. 131

9. HOW TOCLOSE ATALK................................................149

10. HOW TOMAKEYOURMEANINGCLEAR......................164

11. HOW TOINTERESTYOURAUDIENCE............................ 181

12. IMPROVINGYOURDICTION.......................................... 197

APPENDIX

SPEECHBUILDING WITHEXERCISEWORDS OFTENMISPRONOUNCED.............................................. 217


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