The first dedicated collection of seminal speeches by women from around the world, So Here I Am is about women at the forefront of change- within politics, science, human rights and media; discussing everything from free love, antiwar, scientific discoveries, race, gender and women's rights.
Good conversation is at the heart of networking, meetings, interviews, negotiations and raising your profile. It can ease your way in work, enabling you to build alliances, create strong relationships with staff, bosses and clients, succeed at interviews, motivate and inspire.
Great Speeches collects over forty of the most powerful and stirring addresses delivered in the English language. It captures the significant historical events of the past 400 years in the words of their participants, from those speeches given in times of war and sorrow, such as Winston Churchill's This Was Their Finest Hour, to those delivered at moments of hope, such as Barack Obama's election victory address. Other speeches include Charles I, "Statement at the Trial of Charles Stuart, King of England"; Susan B. Anthony, "On a Woman's Right to Vote"; John F. Kennedy, "Ich bin ein Berliner"; and Nelson Mandela, "Inaugural Address."
Communication that's precise and clear goes far beyond the spoken or written word - it actually changes lives! That's precisely why best-selling author Dr. Gary Goodman wrote Crystal Clear Communication: How to Explain Anything Clearly in Speech or Writing. In this book, you'll find the tools, the techniques, and, just as importantly, the unflinching confidence to influence people decisively - both at work and at home.
What makes a great speech 'great'? The Art of Great Speeches uses insights from classical thinkers to reveal how great orators such as Barack Obama, Martin Luther King, the Kennedys, Al Gore and Hitler have persuaded their audiences so convincingly. Featuring excerpts of 70 of the world's greatest speeches in history and drama, this fascinating book breaks down the key elements of classical and modern oratory to reveal the rhetorical techniques that make them so memorable.