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Need Good Books On Presentation Skills
Posted by Anonymous on
9/25/2006 at 11:00 AM ET
I'm looking for some good books on presentation skills. Ones that will be helpful for anyone who needs to create and deliver an effective presentation (effective meaning, purposeful, interesting, engaging, valuable) in a business enviornment. Old and new titles are welcome.
9/25/2006 at 11:10 PM
Tasha, read Speak More Effectively by Dale Carnegie. It's a thin, power-packed paperback booklet with good tips. Back cover has 12 ways to make listeners like you. I've read other thicker books on the topic but highly recommend this one.
9/25/2006 at 11:25 PM
You may want to check out this free Apple webcast seminar by Ethan Becker.
Ethan Becker's website also has free articles and webcasts, as well as audio CDs and books for sale.
9/29/2006 at 4:27 PM
The Million Dollar Toolbox by my friend and client Ty Boyd is the best I've read on presentation skills. Also, sign up for TY's email newsletter, Zipline,that I edit. Go to
to register for the free monthly newsletter.
5/4/2007 at 4:55 AM
Tips for Presenting in front of International Audiences here
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