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Overview This two-in-one volume contains "Public Speaking" by Dale Carnegie, the premiere life coach of the 20th century, and "Pleasing Personality" by Napoleon Hill.
Publishers Description Public Speaking by Dale Carnegie (the author of How to Win Friends & Influence People) & Pleasing Personality by Napoleon Hill (the author of Think and Grow Rich)
Public Speaking by Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie, author of the legendary How to Win Friends and Influence People, began his career as the premier "life coach" of the twentieth century by teaching the art of public speaking. Public speaking, as Carnegie saw it, is a vital skill that can be attained through basic and repeated steps. This is an intensive and thoroughly tested course to help the business and professional man in his speaking, both public and in private. The course has aided thousands of business and professional men to become creditable speakers, many of whom were formerly unable to say half a dozen sentences effectively when facing an audience. This course has developed men. It has increased their faith and vision, and shown them how to use their latent forces to the fullest possible extent. It has made leaders out of many who were previously only mute followers.
Pleasing Personality by Napoleon Hill
- The secret to using your personality to attract the right people into your life.
- The two most important aspects of your personality.
- Why human nature always wants what is always difficult to get.
- Why you should always make sure that your words fit the frame of mind of the listener.
- The amazing value of 'you'...and the fatality of 'I'.
- The seven major factors to developing an attractive personality.
- Your most important step in building your character.
- The two staggering benefits to self-suggestion.
- The single thing that you need to express your true personality.
- Why you can never hope to become a prominent leader...unless you have this one thing.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.69" Width: 7.44" Height: 0.33" Weight: 0.63 lbs.
Release Date Sep 11, 2006
ISBN 9562913236 ISBN13 9789562913232
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More About Dale Carnegie & Napoleon Hill
Dale Carnegie nacio en 1888 en Missouri. Escribio su famoso libro Como ganar amigos e influir sobre las personas en 1936. En 1950 se creo la Fundacion Dale Carnegie Training. Carnegie fallecio poco tiempo despues, en 1955, dejando su legado y un conjunto de principios esenciales que hoy forman parte de sus libros. En la actualidad, la Fundacion cuenta entre sus clientes con cuatrocientas de las empresas mas importantes del mundo. Para mas informacion, visite el sitio www.dalecarnegie.com."
Dale Carnegie lived in Maryville, in the state of Missouri. Dale Carnegie was born in 1888 and died in 1955.
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Unusual formatting of this book is show stopper, despite its content Jun 27, 2008
This is a review of "Public speaking" by Dale Carnegie.
I bought this book because I liked the lessons and enthusiasm from one of his other books, so I expected something similar. I was disappointed, and the main reason is the unusual formatting of the book: - small print, rather big size book (20x25 cm) - text is formatted not in two columns (as would be appropriate for the small font size used) but in just one column from border to border on a page that hardly has any margin space. Margins are ~0.5cm on all sides! - the table of contents is far too detailed and awkwardly formatted.
The overall effect of this is that the book has no attractive 'look and feel'. It more feels like a reference book, not something you will eagerly go through from cover to cover.
On the positive side, there is a summary at the end of every chapter.
Taking all into account I would give some points for the content and the speaker/writer, but the formatting just makes me downgrade it severely: it is a show stopper for me.
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