How to Develop Self-Confidence & Influence People by Dale Carnegie - Paperback Paperback – 1 January 1991
Gloss phobia, or speech anxiety, can obliterate self confidence and prove to be a serious impediment to success. How To Develop Self Confidence And Influence People By Public Speaking is an invigorating page turner with a pragmatic modus operandi that can boost one's confidence and vanquish the fear within. The book has a series of steps that a person should exercise to bring out the best in them. With persistent guidance and words of motivation, the book persuades one to shed fear, develop poise and good comportment, channel one's thoughts in a positive direction and create a strong desire to speak in public, as enthusiasm reflects priority and plays a crucial role in influencing others. Clarity of thought, confidence and practice can make a perfectionist out of anyone, according to the author. Citing stories of famous speakers, this book unfolds the right strategies to be adopted for improving memory, preparation of right content and ways to present it. The author emphasizes that articulation, parlance and intonation play a pivotal role in enthralling the audience and winning them over.
Product Features :
- Binding : Paperback
- Language of Text : English
- Publication Year : 1991
- Number of Pages : 240
- Author : Dale Carnegie
- Publisher : Simon & Schuster
- ISBN : 671746073
- ASIN : B0075LRRQC
- Publisher : Simon & Schuster (1 January 1991)
- Paperback : 240 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0749305797
- ISBN-13 : 978-0749305796
- Customer reviews:
Top reviews from other countries
But still It is one of the best self improvement book, helped me a lot in improving in public speaking. Basically it gives you great idea on how to write your speech and some great techniques on delivering it. This book will help you get prepared.
But don't expect the that book will do it all for you, it is all the game of CONFIDENCE!! So just be more confident and awaaz me dum hona chahiye.
Nothing is impossible, from a guy whose heart beat increased rapidly when told to talk on public speaking, now I feel pretty excited and would love to speak if given a chance.
I find the book rather outdated for someone of the younger generation.