List of Figures
Table of content
Chapter 1: Afraid? You Are Not Alone!
Figure 1-1: Photo courtesy of the authors.
Figure 1-2: From
The People’s Almanack Book of Lists
by David Wallechinsky, et al. Used by permission of Bantam Books.
Chapter 2: How to Stand Up and Speak as Well as You Think
Figure 2-1: The Visual Impact of Communications. Adapted from
, 1972 Albert Mehrabian.
Figure 2-2: Don’t lose 55% of your impact.
Figure 2-3: Don’t lose 38% of your impact.
Chapter 16: How to Deliver a Talk to Inspire
Figure 16–1: What breaking the sound barrier looks like. (Photo courtesy of authors.)
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Talk Your Way to the Top: How to Address Any Audience Like Your Career Depends On It
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