The Art of Public Speaking


Public speaking has always been one of my favorite topics. We all have to do some kind of public speaking at some point in our professional lives. I started my speaking stint from the school days but fell in love with the idea after getting introduced with the inspirational books of  Dale Carnegie, an American lecturer whose work focused on public speaking and personality improvement.

I owe a great deal of most things such as public speaking, confidence, public dealing, hard work, determination and hopefulness from the work of Mr. Carnegie whose book How to Win Friends and Influence People became very popular.

Today, I spoke at the Humphrey Seminar about the art of public speaking and enthralling an audience.

The crux of my thirty-minute presentation was that public speaking is not a god-gifted ability. Everyone of us can become a good public speaker provided that we agree to practice, practice and practice.

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