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Good for you, Ann! Though I'm no fan of your podcasts, it's obvious I'm in the minority and that's fine with me.I'm always interested in learning how people become good public speakers. I think Peggy Noonan's book about making speeches was a good one. Can you recommend others?
One of the best books on public speaking is from 1992, Your Public Best: The Complete Guide to Making Successful Public Appearances in the Meeting Room, on the Platform, and on TV by Lillian Brown.Few can beat her take on it; loads of great advice.
The important thing is: Do you like the sound of your own voice?Not as in, do you like hearing yourself talk all the time, but as in, do you like the timbre and modulation of your own voice?Cheers,Victoria
Bravo! Monumentally ill-advised!
Ahhh, the Atlatl, I remember at my community college an anthropologist brought one in and was demonstrating it at the track, well he also let some students have a go at it and someone managed to through it a little too well and almost bagged some game (of the startled two legged variety) needless to say, demonstration ended then and there.Have I mentioned that anthropologist occaisonally lack common sense?
Pogo,Thanks for the tip!
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