The 16 Undeniable Laws of CommunicationJohn C. Maxwell
Never Be Afraid to Speak to a Group Again
It’s been said that public speaking is the number one fear of most people, with death being second. “This means,” said comedian Jerry Seinfeld, “if you have to be at a funeral, you would rather be in the casket than doing the eulogy.”
How can you overcome fear or ineffectiveness as a speaker? Learn the Laws of Communication!
John C. Maxwell has been a public speaker and motivational teacher for more than fifty years. He is one of only eight people on the planet who have been awarded Toastmaster’s Golden Gavel and been inducted into the National Speakers’ Association Hall of Fame. In The 16 Undeniable Laws of Communication: Apply Them and Make the Most of Your Message, he shares everything he’s learned from a lifetime of communication.
Learn how to
- Speak from conviction
- Prepare your content and yourself for speaking
- Find and use your personal and communication strengths
- Focus on your audience and connect
- Tell better stories
- Read the room and create energy and anticipation
- Add value to people
- Inspire people to take action
Everyone has a message to share. Whether you want to improve your ability to inspire employees, speak at PTA meetings, report to a board of directors, teach students, deliver a sermon, address a small group, speak from a stage, or communicate to an arena full of people, this book can help you.
Learn from one of the best communicators in the world and start making the most of your message today.