From Library Journal
Almost everyone gets nervous when it comes to public speaking, says Sarnoff (author of Speech Can Change Your Life ) in this new book. Most of us know this to be true and might hope that this book would provide a sure remedy. Unfortunately, it does not. Sarnoff has come up with some new variations and cute names for old techniques: preparation, rehearsal, breathing, attitude. She has a breezy writing style, but her constant name dropping about who she has helped is annoying. Nevertheless, her tips are tried and true ones and would undoubtedly help the frightened public speaker. Recommended only for libraries with plenty of money to spend. Rebecca Wondriska, Trinity Coll. Lib., Hartford, Ct.
Copyright 1988 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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"Eminently readable ... about how to conquer the fear of communicating in public, how to control clammy hands and butterflies when making a speech, how to prepare speeches, how to look."
San Francisco ExaminerFrom the Paperback edition.
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