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A passage from the book It is obvious that the style of your public speaking will depend upon the specific purpose you have in view. If you have important truths which you wish to make known, or a great and definite cause to serve, you are likely to speak about it with earnestness and probably with eloquence. If, however, your purpose in speaking is a selfish one-if your object is self-exploitation, or to serve some special interest of your own-if you regard your speaking as an irksome task, or are unduly anxious as to what your hearers will think of you and your effort-then you are almost sure to fail.

Pg 12 On the other hand, if you have the interests of your hearers sincerely at heart-if you really wish to render a worthy public service-if you lose all thought of self in your heartfelt desire to serve others-then you will have the most essential requirements of true and enduring oratory.

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Ideals light the way to industry. Faith is the foundation of all large enterprise. Truth is the eternal quest of the human mind. Love is still the greatest thing in the world. The purpose of this book is to give help and inspiration in right thinking and right liv ing, and to suggest ideals which will make for material and spiritual welfare. The author trusts that these thoughts, which he has found personally helpful, will stimulate and sustain many a fellow traveler on the journey along life's pathway.

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In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Excerpt from Christ: The Master Speaker Comparatively few students of public speaking have thought of studying Christs method of delivery.

This book, therefore, suggests a new and important field of inquiry. The supreme element in Christ's speaking was its authoritativeness. His clear, definite, vital message had the weight of eternity behind it. Absolutely convinced of the truth of his message, "He spoke as one having authority, and not as the Scribes. It was the spontaneous outcome of the requirements of the moment. Excerpt from Impromptu Speeches: How to Make Them An after-dinner speech should be extemporaneous, but none the less thoroughly prepared.

Adaptability, ease, spontaneity, and self-confidence, so characteristic of the best speakers, are not usually gifts of nature but the acquisitions of study and practise. Successful speech-making, whatever the form or occasion, always implies something of importance to say on the part of the speaker and the ability to say it well.

These qualifications are within the reach of any man willing to apply himself to the study with earnestness and diligence. A book of this grade is generally well kept and is in good shape to read and store. Sturdy spine, all pages intact physically. Solid cover. Might have acceptable shelve wear. Might, rarely, have very limited notes. The student of public speaking should assiduously develop a large and varied vocabulary to insure the ability to clothe his thoughts in appropriate and effective language.

Word-power has its basis in thought-power. There must be clarity and strength of ideas to insure these qualities in expression. Words and ideas are intimately related, one complementing the other. Therefore the proper study of words implies an associated study and development of such processes as conception of ideas, comparison, meditation, judgment, and mental picturing.

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Fifteen Thousand Useful Phrases Epic Audio Collection is an live audio recording of performers reading the book in it's original text. This edition is part of the Epic Audio Collection of talking books. A delightful and eclectic compendium of choice phrases and paragraphs from days gone by from author of a long list of inspirational books and guides to oratorical success and personal development. These are essential to readiness of speech, since they serve to hold his thought well together and enable him to speak fluently even upon short notice.

This book is one of practice, not theory. The student should read aloud daily several pages of these phrases, think just what each one means, and whenever possible till out the phrase in his own words. A month's earnest practice of this kind will yield astonishing results. He should also study the paragraphs, reprinted here from notable speeches, and closely observe the use made of climax and other effects.

The phrase and the paragraph are the principal elements in the public speaker's English style, and the student will be amply repaid for any time he devotes to their analysis. In my work as instructor in elocution and public speaking, I have not found a text-book whoU ysuited to my requirements. There are numerous theoretical works of interest to teachers, but few of them are of practical value to students. It is confidently believed that the present volume, embracing for the most part exercises and selections for practise, wiU satisfy a distinct demand.

While much of the subject matter has been evolved from my own teaching, I am deeply sensible of my indebtedness to others for valuable material, the sources of which it is not always easy to trace. It is recommended that each lesson be varied by exercises in breathing, voice culture, articulation, reading and gesture, rather than to confine it to a single section of the book.

Grateful acknowledgment is made to various publishers and authors for generously permitting the use of selections. Grenville Kleiser. Forgotten Books' Classic Reprint Series utilizes the latest technology to regenerate facsimiles of historically important writings. Careful attention has been made to accurately preserve the original format of each page whilst digitally enhancing the aged text. Read books online for free at www.

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