Dale Carnegie's classic book The Art of Public Speaking
is chock full of timeless tips of practical public speaking wisdom as
relevant and true today as they were when the text was first published
It's available to you as a free downloadable e-book in several formats from Project Gutenberg.
If you enjoy
reading historical texts, love language, and want to learn, The Art of Public Speaking will prove an irresistible gem.
What was Dale Carnegie writing about nearly 100 years ago?
All the same areas anybody wanting to improve their public speaking in the 21st century considers.
Here's a sample from its 31 chapter headings:
Because he knew "doing" was the essential ingredient to learning a new skill successfully, each chapter comes with its homework to drive the key points home.
The principles this book teaches are a fundamental part of
The Dale Carnegie Course in Effective Speaking and Human Relations founded in 1912. Today the course is global. The company website says that approximately 8 million people have completed its training programs.
"Destiny is not a matter of chance. It is a matter of choice."
Find out more about Dale Carnegie on Wikipedia.
Happy reading, happy practicing,
And here's another free E-book you may be interested in -
"As a Man Thinketh" by James Allen is widely regarded as influencing Norman Vincent Peale's best seller "The Power of Positive Thinking".
The core of his teaching is simple: We are what we think.
In other words, language and how we use it, shapes our lives, our world.
This is a small easily read book but the message is potent plus!
Read more about "As a Man Thinketh".