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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: The Only Reason to Give a Speech Is to Change the World Part I History and Overview 1 How Did We Get Here? 2 What to Do? The Audience-Centered Presentation Process Part II Preparing the Content 3 Understand the Audience 4 Craft the Elevator Speech 5 Pick the Level of Need 6 Find the Story 7 Structure the Content 8 Make the Journey 9 Involve the Audience Part III Rehearsing the Presentation 10 Search for the Truth 11 Choreograph the Kinesthetics 12 Pay Attention to What Your Audience Needs 13 Conquer Your Fear 14 Get Technical Part IV Stand and Deliver 15 The Audience-Centered Speech 16 Listen to Your Audience 17 Audience-Centered Speaking for All Occasions Conclusion: The Secret of Charisma About the Author
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