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What Is Your One Sentence? : How To Be Heard In The Age Of Short Attention Spans (2012)

Call Number 808.51/GOSS,M

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Adult Nonfiction808.51/GOSS,MAvailable
Published: New York : Prentice Hall Press, 2012
Edition:  First edition
Description:  251 pages ; 18 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780735204638, 0735204632, 0735204632 :,
Language:  English

Introduction: Why One Sentence? -- The Power of the One-Sentence Method: Change Your Life-and the World-One Sentence at a Time -- Create Your Own Powerful One Sentence: Basic Components -- Focus Your Message: The Five-Minute Meeting -- Free Your True Voice: Your Key One Sentences -- Stimulate Dialogue in Five Easy Steps: Focus, Listen, Be Clear, Succinct, and Human -- Awaken Empathy: Stories to Provoke Your Audience's Key One Sentences -- Establish Credibility: Search for Shared Values -- Work with the Media: Key One Sentences Reporters Need -- Make People Laugh: One-Liners to Surprise Even You -- Inspire Audiences to Creative Action: Key One Sentences for Leaders of Leaders Related Searches:
Public speaking.
Oral communication.
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