Painless Presentations

Laskowski, Lenny
December 2014
Painless Presentations;12/15/2014, p1
Book Summary
Book Summary
Lenny Laskowski has spent 35 years as a professional speaker and public speaking instructor. He has discovered that standing in front of an audience is one of the hardest things for most people to do. To help everyone enjoy, rather than dread, delivering high-quality presentations without fear and anxiety, he has distilled his expertise into Painless Presentations. This practical guide breaks public speaking down into seven aspects and then proceeds to educate the reader on each.


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