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This audiobook will help you learn how to modulate your voice, use pauses for a dramatic effect, and make your speech sound powerful. This is a practical training manual for public-speaking skills. This audiobook is based on a tried-and-trusted method used in London drama schools for decades.

©2018 Olga Smith (P)2018 Olga Smith

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  • michael blackman
  • 19-03-19

Decent

I think that this book was a decent place to begin a public speaking journey. sounds like this book was written for aspiring actors

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  • Philo
  • 01-09-18

A nice, quick opportunity to focus on this

I mainly speak for a living. From time to time it is great, as here, to remember these classic elements of speaking. I can get lazy and lapse into a style that is way too fast and consistent. I just started teaching another semester, and I like what this did for me (and for my listeners).