The Art of Public Speaking, Dale Carnegie
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Dale Carnegie

The Art of Public Speaking

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Know your subject better than your hearers know it, and you have nothing to fear.
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My words fly up, my thoughts remain below:
Words without thoughts never to heaven go.
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It is too late to think about the cut of your coat when once you are upon the platform, so centre your interest on what you are about to say—fill your mind with your speech–material and, like the infilling water in the glass, it will drive out your unsubstantial fears.
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"Get your principles right," said Napoleon, "and the rest is a matter of detail."
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But they cannot be mastered and applied by thinking or reading about them—you must practise, practise, PRACTISE. If no one else will listen to you, listen to yourself—you must always be your own best critic, and the severest one of all.
Mohamed Mohsen
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of good ideas well expressed, but if its writer views his subject from the wrong angle even his excellent advice may prove to be ineffective.

This book stands or falls by its authors' attitude toward its subject. If the best way to teach oneself or others to speak effectively in public is to fill the mind with rules, and to set up fixed standards for the interpretation of thought, the utterance of language, the making of gestures, and all the rest, then this book will be limited in value to such stray ideas throughout its pages as may prove helpful to the
Mohamed Mohsen
Mohamed Mohsencompartió una citahace 13 días
The efficiency of a book is like that of a man, in one important respect: its attitude toward its subject is the first source of its power. A book may be full of good ideas well expressed, but if its writer views his subject from the wrong angle even his excellent advice may prove to be ineffective.

This book stands or falls by its authors' attitude toward its subject. If the best way to teach oneself or others to speak effectively in public is to fill the mind with rules, and to set up fixed standards for the interpretation of thought, the utterance of language, the making of gestures, and all the rest, then this book will be limited in value to such stray ideas throughout its pages as may prove helpful to the reader—as an effort to enforce a group of principles it must be
Mohamed Mohsen
Mohamed Mohsencompartió una citahace 13 días
gestures, and all the rest, then this book
Nikolaj  Nedergaard
Nikolaj Nedergaardcompartió una citael mes pasado
No one can learn how to speak who does not first speak as best he can
José Navarro
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Before you can call yourself a man at all, Kipling assures us, you must "not look too good nor talk too wise."
José Navarro
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It is sheer egotism to fill your mind with thoughts of self when a greater thing is there—TRUTH. Say this to yourself sternly, and shame your self–consciousness into quiescence
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if he permits himself to steadily return that gaze. Most speakers have been conscious of this in a nameless thrill, a real something, pervading the atmosphere, tangible, evanescent, indescribable. All writers have borne testimony to the power of a speaker's eye in impressing an audience. This influence which we are now considering is the reverse of that picture—the power their eyes may exert upon him, especially before he begins to speak: after the inward fires of oratory are fanned into flame the eyes of the audience lose all terror.
—WILLIAM PITTENGER, Extempore Speech.
Students of public speaking continually ask, "How can I overcome self–consciousness and the fear that paralyzes me before an audience?"
Did you ever notice in lo
Patinya Boonnan
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Acquiring Confidence Before an Audience
Swarangi Bapat
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may be so full of self as to be empty.
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Self–preservation is the first law of life, but self–abnegation is the first law of greatness—and of art.
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I would fail, and I did."

If you believe you will fail, there is no hope for you. You will.
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you must "not look too good nor talk too wise."
Vlas zarich
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You must learn to speak by speaking.
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The tallest Trees are most in the Power of the Winds, and Ambitious Men of the Blasts of Fortune. Buildings have need of a good Foundation, that lie so much exposed to the Weather.
Disha Gore
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its attitude toward its subject is the first source of its power.
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