Ever forget This item is available in downloadable format only. Since it isn't shipped, be sure before you order that your shipping charges are 0.what you intended to say? Ever phrase things awkwardly or leave out important points? This booklet helps you select a method for remembering your presentation and gives you tips for making that method work effectively for you.
How do you select a method for remembering your presentation? Do you memorize it? Do your read it verbatim? Use notes? Visual aids? What criteria do you use for selecting a method? Do you know the advantages of each? Their pitfalls?
Lenny Laskowski lays it all out in "Remembering Material: Four Methods of Delivering a Speech." This compact booklet gives you what you need for making the right choice and then following through to an effective presentation. You'll be glad you read his Six Suggestions for Reading a Speech, his Four Advantages of Visual Aids or his Six Tips for Using Notes.
Remembering Material: Four Methods of Delivering a Speech is in Acrobat format, which gives you several advantages. You can print it, and read it like any book. Or in electronic form, you can use the search capability of Adobe Reader to find passages of special interest to you. If you load it onto your laptop, tablet, or other mobile device, you can read it anywhere — and it's weightless, too.
Lenny Laskowski is an international professional speaker, author, consultant, seminar leader, and professional speech coach and one of the leading international experts in presentation skills, public speaking and communication skills. Lenny shares his presentation skills and public speaking expertise with audiences worldwide and offers more than 28 years experience as a seasoned presenter and speaker. I'm honored to consider Lenny a colleague, and I'm pleased to be able to offer //www.ChacoCanyon.comTi to visitors of my Web site.
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