The Reagan Persuasion: Charm, Inspire, And Deliver A Winning Message

The Reagan Persuasion Charm Inspire And Deliver A Winning Message Persuade mentor and motivate like the Great CommunicatorMore than just an influential speaker Ronald Reagan was a master of all types of communication and employed his personal warmth and charm to

  • Title: The Reagan Persuasion: Charm, Inspire, And Deliver A Winning Message
  • Author: James C. Humes
  • ISBN: 9781402238406
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Paperback
  • Persuade, mentor, and motivate like the Great CommunicatorMore than just an influential speaker, Ronald Reagan was a master of all types of communication and employed his personal warmth and charm to rally Americans around his vision Now, former Reagan speechwriter James C Humes shows how you can replicate Reagan s ability to influence others and utilize his communicatioPersuade, mentor, and motivate like the Great CommunicatorMore than just an influential speaker, Ronald Reagan was a master of all types of communication and employed his personal warmth and charm to rally Americans around his vision Now, former Reagan speechwriter James C Humes shows how you can replicate Reagan s ability to influence others and utilize his communication tools when interacting with colleagues and partners Don t just rely on words, instead Communicate with gestures, postures, and even clothing Learn the power of podium presence Fine tune your humor and voice for each unique audiencePraise for James C Humes sSpeak Like Churchill, Stand Like Reagan As a student of speech, I very much enjoyed this intriguing historic approach to public speaking Humes creates a valuable and practical guide Roger Ailes, chairman and CEO, FOX News I love this book I ve followed Humes s lessons for years, and he combines them all into one compact, hard hitting resource Get this book on your desk now Chris Matthews, Hardball with Chris Matthews

    One thought on “The Reagan Persuasion: Charm, Inspire, And Deliver A Winning Message”

    1. This is overall a slightly written view of how best to give a speech. Adding in lots of Reagan, Churchill, Eisenhower and many others.I wonder if this might have been better written as two books. One as a how to give a speech and the other a collection of quotes and anecdotes involving famous speeches made. The effort, in this book, to weave the two together is clunkily pieced together. Added to the clunk are bold headings every few paragraphs. The layout of the book is not good.There is much go [...]

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