Intentionally brief and inexpensive, this text allows students to concentrate on the preparation, practice, and presentation of their speeches without getting bogged down by theoretical discussions.
Author: Arthur Koch
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
"Speaking with a Purpose" provides students with the " nuts and bolts" needed to become effective public speakers. Intentionally brief and inexpensive, this text allows students to concentrate on the preparation, practice, and presentation of their speeches without getting bogged down by theoretical discussions. The focus on purpose and audience response, which incorporates consideration of cultural diversity, helps students identify ways to make their speeches more effective. Highly popular and practical, this text is the best of the short books available on the subject. New to the 6th Edition Contains an extensive section in Chapter 1 on ethics and plagiarism, which stresses to students the importance of these topics and how to be ethical speakers. Offers a list of suggested Web sites at the end of each chapter to present students with resources for additional study and research. Combines former Chapters 8 and 9, " Preparing for Delivery" and " Delivery, " into one chapter for better coherence and clarity. Condenses Chapter 12 on group communication to keep the text as brief and concise as possible.
This book is written for front line staff, front line managers, middle managers, senior managers and executives alike.
Author: Marlon Hall
'Speak On Purpose' offers real-world, practical strategies for delivering your message with laser-like precision, generating more referrals between employees in different areas within your organization, managing irate customers more effectively, asking more potent questions in general and much more! Whether you are communicating with customers, clients, colleagues, employees, managers, loved ones or strangers, 'Speak On Purpose' will provide timely insight and actionable tactics you can implement immediately. This book is written for front line staff, front line managers, middle managers, senior managers and executives alike. All of whom can utilize the methods outlined within this book to improve multiple facets of their personal communication process. 'Speak On Purpose' can also be used as a guidebook for refreshing or completely revamping your entire organization's communication process. If you are not yet experiencing ideal outcomes as a result of every conversation or presentation, examine then execute the concepts laid out in 'Speak On Purpose.'
We will address the idea of a speech having a goal in a while, but for now let's
assume the speech has a purpose or goal in addition to the organization of
opening, body, and conclusion. The thesis or topic statement should, in one
Author: Stephen A. Baer
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES THAT WORK Effective speakers share traits that apply when presenting ideas in their boardroom, speaking at their favorite club or charity event, or before their college classmates. Even great athletes and musicians, although distinguished from their peers, rely on a set of basic principles that serve as the foundation of their greatness. Speak with Purpose distills those basic principles from years of peer-reviewed journals, texts, and other credible sources, to provide a handy reference. This no nonsense publication makes a handy reference for those interested in improving their communication skills, and makes fi nding relevant material easy.
This book is about the art of persuasion, the power of presentation, and the most effective techniques of communication.
Author: Shel Leanne
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Category: Business & Economics
Includes Obama's historic acceptance speech from the Democratic National Convention In speech after speech, Barack Obama has “fired up” millions of enthusiastic supporters with his inspiring vision, rousing rhetoric, and charismatic presence His outstanding communication skills gave rise to an unprecedented political movement and fueled Obama’s success in becoming the first African American presidential nominee of a major U.S. political party. But inspiring and persuading millions isn’t simply a product of innate ability—Barack Obama honed techniques that made him a highly effective speaker before audiences numbering thirty to 200,000. These techniques are vital not only in the political arena, but also for business executives, managers, and leaders from all walks of life. This book is about the art of persuasion, the power of presentation, and the most effective techniques of communication. From building strong arguments and facing tough issues to inspiring a team or workforce to new levels of innovation and productivity, Say It Like Obama gives you the tools you can use to instill positive change at every level of your organization by learning how to: Make a strong first impression Use body language and voice Establish common ground Gain trust and confidence Win hearts and minds Drive your points home Convey your vision through imagery and words that resonate Build to a crescendo and leave a lasting impression Whether you’re a manager, executive, or public speaker, a teacher, business owner, or community leader, Say It Like Obama will provide you with presentation techniques that have inspired and mobilized audiences of every size.
Your words have the power to change the world. Learn how to create more beauty, love, and peace in your life with this delightful book encouraging mindful language.
Author: Meaghan Axel
Publisher: Joyful Breath Press
Want to make someone's day, but aren't sure what to say? Kindness is the best choice-use the power of your voice! Your words have the power to change the world. Learn how to create more beauty, love, and peace in your life with this delightful book encouraging mindful language. Teach your child that their voice matters. Help your child make mindful choices about the way they speak to others and about themselves with this charming narrative. The Power in Words reminds children that they have the ability to choose their words and actions. Through rhyme and thought-provoking illustrations, readers will explore engaging scenes to help them consider the way broken promises, gossip, and unkind words impact others. Your child's confidence and self-worth will soar as they explore ways their words can spread love and kindness to others. Readers will learn to speak compassionately about themselves and develop confidence with empowering affirmations, or I am statements. Confident self-talk will increase your child's emotional resilience, self-worth, and happiness. The Power in Words supports the emotional well-being of children and will sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books like I am Enough by Grace Byers, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? By Carol McCloud, and Seeds and Trees by Brandon Walden. Additional content includes: suggestions for kind words to share with others, positive affirmations, and child/caregiver discussion starters. Parents and educators, find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at meaghanaxel.com. The Power in Words is a wonderful book for the classroom or home-- perfect for boys and girls ages 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 and Grades PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.
Do you know that your words have power?
Author: Clarissa Law
Do you know that your words have power? Where you are in your life, your word got you there! Change the words you speak and your life will change! You will attract what you say! Get my new journal and for 52 weeks begin to speak life to the dead situations in your life and death to the things that need to die.
Purpose is determination of future events by a vision of the future . You can ' t
have a purpose unless you visualize what you want to do . Therefore , purpose
requires a mind . As soon as you speak of purpose , the mind must be involved ...
Author: Roy Abraham Varghese
Publisher: Gateway Books
Philosophers and scientists discuss their rejection of atheism and explain the reasons for their belief in God and Christianity
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washing - green , Jane Let us hear how weel ye'll speak to the purpose . —
joined them , dressed in a plain brown frock , and Whisht , sirs ! haud a ' your
Author: James Hogg
Author: Teck Huat Tan
Category: Oral communication
Through this poetry and spoken word pieces, take a journey, through the eye of God and His original design; the church! Let it speak to your heart and your purpose and prepare to hear, ?When Design Speaks""!
Author: TRALYNE USRY
Have you ever asked yourself these questions: ""Why am I here? What is my purpose? Why am I made the way that I am? What makes me ""tick'? What am I made for?"" You are a designer original made with certain specifics by God himself and those specifics speak! They speak of purpose and intention and so much more! God, the original designer, made you that way and His designs speak. Through this poetry and spoken word pieces, take a journey, through the eye of God and His original design; the church! Let it speak to your heart and your purpose and prepare to hear, ?When Design Speaks""!
Beverly Kearney is known for being a formidable opponent both on and off the track.
Author: Beverly Kearney
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Beverly Kearney is known for being a formidable opponent both on and off the track. From experiencing childhood trauma, homelessness, and discrimination to overcoming the consequences of being in a near-fatal car accident, she understands the importance of trusting, knowing, and living one's truth.
From Inspiration to Manifestation: Think, Speak, and Do Your Way to Purpose is a journaling book that demonstrates the life you imagine for yourself is possible.
From Inspiration to Manifestation: Think, Speak, and Do Your Way to Purpose is a journaling book that demonstrates the life you imagine for yourself is possible. It describes the process of tapping into a level of authentic living by simply thinking, speaking, and doing. With knowledge of a greater power within, these acts are stepping-stones to walk in divine purpose. The concept of thoughts create action is highlighted throughout the selection. This original account of the authors experience offers wisdom, guidance, and insight on how to apply this approach to manifest inspirations in your own life.
In Young Artists Speak Out, Peter Renshaw gives the floor to the latest generation of young creative people. Starting from his own experiences, Renshaw quickly moves on to the world of today and its meaning for young artists.
Author: Peter Renshaw
In Young Artists Speak Out, Peter Renshaw gives the floor to the latest generation of young creative people. Starting from his own experiences, Renshaw quickly moves on to the world of today and its meaning for young artists. Young Artists Speak Out is a clarion call to anyone working with and for young artists. It challenges cultural and arts education organisations to listen and pay attention to what this generation has to say. It is a call for passion, compassion and purpose in the arts and education.
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that point of view -- MR . DYESS : Yes . MR . MENASCO : the contractors would
ordinarily be interested in a large pool of skilled manpower being available ...
Author: United States. Department of Labor
Category: Construction industry
I was merely pointing out could speak of some works in the district the probable
course of events . ... BLACK : Less talk possibly ; but ment are not ready to go on
with the when the talk is for the purpose of driving works and the tenderers are ...
Author: New South Wales. Parliament
See section IV.5 Cats , however , cannot speak since their mouths have the
wrong shape for speech , and their teeth are ... 16 argues that the purpose of
speaking precedes the speaking , but does not mention the fact that every
Category: Electronic journals
This evades the real question , which is how , and to what extent , the two wills
can co - exist , of which the Bible freely speaks , and to which daily life bears
constant witness ; namely , the sovereign , invincible will of God directed to all the
Author: Joseph Smith Dodge
Category: Providence and government of God
Author: Kat Loterzo
It in the name of the Lord . is the man who can talk that is furnished with Lord
Jesus won rough , rude men to lovone of ... May his mind -- never to speak unless
he has some God give all who love the Lord Jesus grace thing to the purpose to ...
The ChallengeWe are going to present (and prove) a number of concepts in this study that are new and even revolutionary to the student of speaking in new tongues.
Author: C. Alan Martin
The ChallengeWe are going to present (and prove) a number of concepts in this study that are new and even revolutionary to the student of speaking in new tongues. Among these concepts are:• All men have (passively) spoken in tongues from birth, even before they spoke in their native tongue. This includes non-Christians.• Speaking in tongues is a natural and normal thing to do.• People were (actively) speaking in tongues hundreds of years before Christ was born.• New tongues are not real languages and cannot be understood by any man. They can be understood by God because of His power.• The believers in Acts Chapter Two were not speaking in new tongues.• Jesus spoke in new tongues.• By speaking in new tongues one can commune with God, heal the sick, and raise the dead.• You can learn to (actively) speak in new tongues, and do it at will.• Speaking in new tongues is for all intents and purposes gibberish. It is gibberish that only God (by His supernatural power) can understand.• A spiritual thing is not necessarily a supernatural thing.• Speaking in new tongues is a “merely spiritual” manifestation as opposed to a supernatural manifestation.• Speaking in new tongues is not “diversities of tongues”. • “Diversities of tongues” is both a spiritual manifestation and a supernatural manifestation.• Speaking in tongues is a co-operative effort between the spirit and the soul.Numbers. It is estimated that:• 600 million humans believe in the practice of speaking in tongues. • As of April 2006, 500 million humans practice speaking in tongues. • The number of those speaking in tongues has increased 168 million since 1988. • Denominations that promote speaking in tongues add 20 million converts to their pews each year.• 100 million Catholics identify with the Charismatic movement and speaking tongues. • If these statistics are true and continue. By 2025 there could be over 1.14 billion believers who practice speaking in tongues.