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Oral communication is, in common parlance, having a gift of the gab . If you don't have it, you can cultivate it. This, in short, is what A.P. Sharma opines and in ten short chapters he tells you how this can be done. Speech making is an art that is useful to acquire given the fact that almost anyone can be called upon to make a speech depending on the occasion, time or place. In any case, being prepared for such a contingency can be enjoyable and certainly worthwhile.
Step by step the author tells you how to initially prepare to make a speech by first organizing your material, introducing the theme, preparing an outline and writing down the speech. He emphasizes the importance of being mentally prepared, overcoming stage fright, acquiring knowledge about the subject matter of the speech, finding out about the quality of the audience, honing one's verbal skills and similar points that will help in the delivery of a good speech.
A valuable self-help book for a fairly large readership that can, at any time, be called upon to speak in public or private gatherings large or small.
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A P Sharma taught in various Indian and Nigerian Universities for thirty nine years before finally retiring as a Professor of Educational Philosophy from I.A.S.E. Vidyabhawan, Udaipur. He was also a Visiting Scholar at Willamette University at Salem OR, USA. After retirement he has been actively busy writing books and articles. So far he has published seventy five articles and more than 26 books on self-help, inspirational and spiritual themes including Great Speeches that Changed the Shape of the World.
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Book Description Good Times Books, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. New. book. Seller Inventory # F5S5-7-Z-938061926X-6