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The complete speaker's handbook

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If you're one of those people who are more frightened of speaking in public than you are of disease, bankruptcy or a visit from your mother-in-law, this book is for you.

Award-winning Toastmaster Bob Monkhouse guides you through the simple steps that will make you a confident and effective speaker. First he provides the basics: ways to focus your thoughts and gather ideas,
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Hardcover, 189 pages
Published March 22nd 1991 by Barnes & Noble
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Sandra
Jun 21, 2010 rated it liked it
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This is a book for beginners on how to find their voice when asked to do a speech or toast at a wedding. This is also a very reading as the author has a great sense of humor. The back of the book is full of funny things to say at someone's wedding (or should I say ways to not get invited to toast at the next wedding?) and these will make you laugh out loud. Things like: "the wedding license is very valuable, so keep it in a safe. It's needed if you ever plan to get a divorce." (p. 83).

Funny!
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