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📒Magic Of Public Speaking ✍ Andrii Sedniev
📝Magic of Public Speaking Book Synopsis : The Magic of Public Speaking is a comprehensive step-by-step system for creating highly effective speeches. It is based on research from the top 1000 speakers in the modern world. The techniques you will learn have been tested on hundreds of professional speakers and work! You will receive the exact steps needed to create a speech that will keep your audience on the edge of their seats. The book is easy to follow, entertaining to read and uses many examples from real speeches. This system will make sure that every time you go on stage your speech is an outstanding one.
📝Magic of Impromptu Speaking Create a Speech That Will Be Remembered for Years in Under 30 Seconds Book Synopsis : The "Magic of Public Speaking" is a comprehensive step-by-step system for creating highly effective speeches. It is based on research from the top 1000 speakers in the modern world. The techniques you will learn have been tested on hundreds of professional speakers and work! You will receive the exact steps needed to create a speech that will keep your audience on the edge of their seats. The book is easy to follow, entertaining to read, and uses many examples from real speeches. This system will make sure that every time you go on stage your speech is an outstanding one.
📒Charis Magic In Public Speaking ✍ Dick Milham
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📒Processing Public Speaking ✍ A. Kanu, D.A.; S. Durham, M.A.
📝Processing Public Speaking Book Synopsis : Processing Public Speaking covers all the traditional topics and offers much more, including chapters on public speaking traditions, public speaking as communication process, processing the introductory speech, processing technology in public speaking, processing listening, oral interpretation, analyzing audiences, organizing and outlining speeches, persuasive speaking, and debating, processing verbal communication, processing nonverbal communication, and delivery, impromptu speaking and ethics. As an invaluable resource Processing Public Speaking allows readers to access practical information that describes the production and consumption of presentations in technical, humanities, and social science, business, and education courses. The approaches in this text include tailoring public messages by identifying what the audience wants and needs with adaptation to cultural differences with focus on the public speaking heritage of rhetorical discourse.
📒The Great Book Of Magic 1915 Book 2 ✍ L.W. de Laurence
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📒Magic Words ✍ Craig Conley
📝Magic Words Book Synopsis : Magic Words: A Dictionary is a one-of-a-kind resource for armchair linguists, pop-culture enthusiasts, Pagans, Wiccans, magicians, and trivia nuts alike. Brimming with the most intriguing magic words and phrases from around the world and illustrated throughout with magical symbols and icons, Magic Words is a dictionary like no other. More than seven-hundred essay style entries describe the origins of magical words as well as historical and popular variations and fascinating trivia. With sources ranging from ancient Medieval alchemists to modern stage magicians, necromancers, and wizards of legend to miracle workers throughout time, Magic Words is a must have for any scholar of magic, language, history, and culture.
📒The Quick And Easy Way To Effective Speaking ✍ Dale Carnegie
📝The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking Book Synopsis : The book consists of many technique of “Effective public speaking”. The author has transformed public-speaking into a life-skill which anyone cab develop. The book consists of basic principles of effective speaking, technique of effective speaking, and the 3-aspects of every speech and effective methods of delivering a talk. The book focuses on impromptu talk too. The author tells us how to make the most of our resources and achieve our fullest potential. A must read book for effective speaking.
📒Magic ✍ Joshua Jay
📝Magic Book Synopsis : Magic is everywhere, from the big spectacle celebrity of David Copperfield and Siegfried and Roy to the quirky Penn and Teller to the spooky David Blaine and Criss Angel to the endless material on YouTube. But until now, learning it has never been easy—that's all about to change with Magic, a book that does for close-up magic what How to Grill does for barbecue. Written by charismatic young magician Joshua Jay, Magic combines expertise, photographs, and step-by-step directions showing how to perform 100 tricks. Joshua Jay took home the top prize at the World Magic Seminar (the Olympics of magic) when he was just 16 years old. Ten years later, he continues to perform magic, write about magic, eat, sleep, and breathe magic. Here, he brings all his passion and knowledge to teaching magic. Each trick is broken down into the Effect, the Secret, the Set-up, and, most important, the Performance, with lessons on what to say, how to direct the audience's attention, where to keep your hands, and so on. (In other words, how to be smart about the things your audience is surprisingly clueless about.) Here are the Ten Greatest Card Tricks; tricks to dazzle a dinner date; tricks to perform for the boss (poke a hole through his shirt, then magically mend it); tricks especially for kids; and even tricks for an audience in another state—with "Australian Self-Help," you can find a participant's chosen card over the phone. It's the Aha! book for a subject whose time has come.
📒Believing In Magic ✍ Stuart A. Vyse
📝Believing in Magic Book Synopsis : While we live in a technologically and scientifically advanced age, superstition is as widespread as ever. Not limited to just athletes and actors, superstitious beliefs are common among people of all occupations, educational backgrounds, and income levels. In this fully updated edition of Believing in Magic, renowned superstition expert Stuart Vyse investigates our tendency towards these irrational beliefs. Superstitions, he writes, are the natural result of several psychological processes, including our human sensitivity to coincidence, a penchant for developing rituals to fill time (to battle nerves, impatience, or both), our efforts to cope with uncertainty, the need for control, and more. In a new Introduction, Vyse discusses important developments and the latest research on jinxes, paranormal beliefs, and luck. He also distinguishes superstition from paranormal and religious beliefs and identifies the potential benefits of superstition for believers. He examines the research to demonstrate how we can better understand complex human behavior. Although superstition is a normal part of our culture, Vyse argues that we must provide alternative methods of coping with life's uncertainties by teaching decision analysis, promoting science education, and challenging ourselves to critically evaluate the sources of our beliefs.
📝The Prince and the Pedlar Or the Magic Comb A Burlesque in Four Acts in Verse Book Synopsis :