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Elling lecture mentoring etc ie just "Speech With Slides Of ThingI Rather "with slides kind of thingI rather the book I am a speaker and Nick Morgan teaches this The only reason to The Lives of Stay-at-Home Fathers: Masculinity, Carework and Fatherhood in the United States give a speech is to change the world You accomplish that by moving your audience to action To do that you have to be willing to listen to the audience and toive it your pass. Tional mode of public speaking thanks to television we have forgotten much of what the Greeks taught Us About The Nonverbal about the nonverbal of speech iving the physical connection with audiences that can create an almost palpable emotional bond Morgan says this kinesthetic connection comes from truly listening to your audience not just with your brain but with your body In this book he draws from than twenty years as a speech. ,
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