This week’s five Ahas are from the AhaBook™, Dale Carnegie on The Art of Public Speaking. The Art of Public Speaking was originally published in 1915 by famous American author and lecturer Dale Harbison Carnegie. His principles of public speaking have helped transform the lives of thousands of individuals, helping them become effective, confident public speakers and leaders.
In this social media enabled AhaBook™, we have compiled some of the greatest insights and advices from Carnegie to help you influence an audience with the confidence and effectiveness of a prominent public speaker. An essential tool in any speaker’s arsenal, this AhaBook explains everything you must know to master control over your audience using the power of words.
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Monotony is poverty, whether in speech or in life. -Dale Carnegie #tll [click to tweet]
A speech, like a rain, will not do anybody much good if it comes too fast to soak in. -Dale Carnegie #tll [click to tweet]
The nature of persuasion is not solely intellectual, but is largely emotional. -Dale Carnegie #tll [click to tweet]
To stand before an audience & make them think your thoughts after you is the greatest pleasures you can ever know. -Dale Carnegie #tll [click to tweet]
Good speeches, like plays, are not written; they are rewritten. -Dale Carnegie #tll [click to tweet]