How to Speak, how to Listen
Macmillan, 1983 - 280 páginas
Briefly describes the need for communicating and treats the art of rhetoric, "sales talk," lecturing, and other types of instructive speech. Explains preparation and delivery of speech, with examples, including three essential factors of persuasion: ethos, pathos, and logos.
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It would appear that the use of one's mind to deal with the minds of others would always turn out to be social rather than solitary . Solitary uses of the mind would appear to be confined to those uses that do not involve another mind ...
That stumped me for a moment because , of course , the word “ salesmanship ” does not appear among the names of the 102 great ideas , nor does it even appear in the list of 1,800 subordinate terms that provide an alphabetical index ...
... eyes from the page and appear to be speaking without notes , or at least with only skeletal notes in front of you . ... there is simply no way of delivering it without plainly appearing to be reading from a manuscript , with all the ...
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The author provides many helpful tips on speaking and listening well, differentiating and explaining the different kinds of speaking and listening and what should be involved. He reminds the reader ... Ler resenha completa
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