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“Well-organized and logical, this is a must-have for any one whose job requires winning over other people.” --Anna Jedrziewski, Retailing Insight
“Reading this book, I should probably say 'using' this book, is like having your own personal coach.” --PCB007
"We have all sat through too many lackluster and confusing talks…this is the book those presenters should read to keep from boring us again. Rating 4 stars." --Online magazine
“Get this book if you want to stand out and make all your communications effective with that cutting-edge sparkle.” --OfficePro
“…jam-packed with helpful advice that you’ll want to recall every time you prepare a presentation. You’ll be tempted to excessively highlight, put sticky tabs on every other paragraph...” --School Administrator magazine
“… must-have book for virtually anyone in the workforce.…By following the advice given, you will definitely become a more effective communicator, which can only help your career.” --IEEE Electrical Insulation
"…excellent guide to help even the most tongue-tied public speakder, with both high-level advice on the right philosophy and approach and nitty-gritty specifics…Highly recommened..." --Accounting Today
"…teaches readers how to make economical use of language so that their words are concise, clear, and convincing...[for] professionals at all levels, and in any field...” --Chemical Engineering Progress
“One of the biggest fears that we humans have is speaking in front of people. That's why we love Darlene Price!...she has great tips to make speaking easier.” --A Closer Look
Whether you’re making a formal presentation, wooing a client, closing a sale, or proposing an idea, persuasive communication can make the difference between success and failure.
Well Said! shows readers how to put themselves in their audience’s shoes and tailor their message to the needs of decision makers. It reveals simple but powerful techniques anyone can use to prioritize, organize, and economize their words so that their communications are concise, clear, and—most importantly—convincing. Complete with real-life examples illustrating the concepts in action, this handy guide teaches readers how to:
Use the words and phrases that get people to listen • Capture and hold attention • Gain instant credibility with decision makers • Optimize body language • Handle Q&A with finesse • Connect with the audience • Shine with or without PowerPoint • Perfect their elevator pitch • And much more
Engaging and practical, Well Said! is the one book on presentation skills every professional should own.
Avid Learner ..."WELL SAID " is a must have book to make you a better talker and listener to all that you encounter. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charles R. Hirsch
This is definitely a boom to buy. Cheap, but it will save your world. You would never know how bad a presenter you are until you read the book.Published 2 months ago by K. Jeff M.
Well written and to the point. This is a good read for those who need to make presentations regardless of trade.Published 4 months ago by Charli Russell
" If you want to give presentations with the power and impact of a TED talk, this book is a must read. Well Said! Read morePublished 5 months ago by David League
Quick read with nice points. It's a good book for someone who is learning to be more confident in their pubic speaking. It will equip you with the tools to develop. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Cara Putman
Fabulous book that is written to assist in public speaking but has so many gems to offer. Extremely well written, which makes this an easy readPublished 13 months ago by Karen Wright
Great content, could have used this book much earlier in my career. Better late than never.Published 13 months ago by Dane Bamburry