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Unique Learn and Affirm program will give you the poise, power, and pizzazz you need to lead, convince, and inspire in any speaking situation!

Think about it... If you're in business and give talks lacking in confidence, expertise, or charisma...

  • you don't lead
  • you don't convince
  • you don't sell

Here's the problem: In my work as a speaking coach people tell me all the time how much they dislike, even hate, speaking before others.

And is it ever obvious when I sit in on their presentations... the shaky voices, the tense and uninspiring delivery, the red faces and off-putting body language.

"I look stupid," they tell me. "I sound like a dolt." Or, "I put everyone to sleep."

And beyond looking bad and feeling worse, what they say they hate most is the thought of blowing it in front of the boss, or perhaps losing a sale.

Bottom line: Bad talks are bad for business.

If you work in today's business world, it's a safe bet that you, too, find yourself up there in the front of the room from time to time, giving talks or presentations while secretly wishing you were anyplace else.

But you do it anyway. You have to. It's part of your job. And wouldn't you agree that communication in business is vital? To your company? To you? You bet it is! Your success, prestige, prospects for advancement, and income all depend on your ability to convince others by giving talks with:

  • confidence
  • expertise
  • charisma

And, if you're like most people, you would just as soon kiss a cobra as speak before others! If so, I promise you that reading this book will change your life because it will teach and inspire you to speak with more confidence, expertise, and charisma.

And, yes, you certainly will increase your chances of success, advancement, and a higher income.

As a colleague told me a while back, "Giving a great talk impresses people better than a Rolls in the driveway and a Rolex on your wrist."

©2014 Stanley Munslow (P)2015 Stanley Munslow

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