CONFESSIONS OF A PUBLIC SPEAKER | a dramatic reading
If you regularly give presentations, you'll find yourself nodding in agreement with many of the stories Scott tells about presentations gone right and those that went terribly wrong. You'll also pick-up a few pointers on improving the design and delivery of your next presentation.
(Check-out Scott's presentation style by watching his recent gig at the Web 2.0 Expo 2009.)
Don't expect a drab how-to-present book. This ain't it. Scott mixes in his advice alongside well written stories about his life as a "freelance thinker."
Time to cue Sir Wilton Norman Chamberlain III for his dramatic reading ...
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[NOTE: I often receive free copies of biz books from publishers and publicists. However, I spent my money for my copy of CONFESSIONS OF A PUBLIC SPEAKER.]