Willingham, Ronald L.
Title: How to Speak So People Will Listen
Book Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Very Good
Size: 23 cm
Publisher: Waco TX Word Books 1969
Seller ID: 012690
Very Good Condition: Pages unmarked. Solid binding. Minor visible cover wear, lightly bumped corners and spine ends. Dustjacket shows minor visible edge disturbances. Used hardcover print book with dustjacket copy of How to Speak So People Will Listen by Ronald L. Willingham. Waco TX: Word Books, 1968. Second printing, January 1969. 102 pages. 5-7/8 x 8-3/4 inches, 23 cm. From the dustjacket: Here is a book which will help you lead a more dynamic and purposeful life through better self expression. From this book you will learn five things you must do, if you want to learn to speak. It tells you how to choose a topic that is right for you; how to organize material for easy and effective communication. But it does not stop there! It tells you also how to practice your speech so that you can deliver it with tremendous conviction and interest. This book will show you how to read Scripture so your audience will understand it. And if you want to know how to make effective introductions, study the section on Six Ways to Murder a Speaker. If you want to know how to be a better teacher, study the section which takes you beyond the lesson hour into the inner motivations of your students, and your relationships with them. If you want to get some pointers on how to realize your full potential as a mature and responsible person, study chapters eight and nine. Through the careful application of all the principles of the book, you will learn how to communicate effectively person to person, or to a group, or to your family. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over!