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Dale Carnegie, legendary author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, is perhaps the most well-known personal development author of all time. And his legacy continues to influence generations of people through his organization: Dale Carnegie Training. And the flagship training course, taken by tens of thousands of people worldwide, including U.S. Presidents and Fortu Dale Carnegie, legendary author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, is perhaps the most well-known personal development author of all time. And his legacy continues to influence generations of people through his organization: Dale Carnegie Training. And the flagship training course, taken by tens of thousands of people worldwide, including U.S. Presidents and Fortune 500 CEO’s, is the Dale Carnegie Public Speaking Course. Now, for the first time, this classic training course---normally costing thousands of dollars and delivered over several days or weeks---is available in this new learning system for a fraction of the price! Stand and Deliver starts with the basics and moves quickly into actually delivering talks - listeners will be on their feet and presenting like a professional in no time at all! They will use sophisticated techniques like voice modulation, attention focusing and idea pyramids for creating impact and audience persuasion. Listeners will learn how to: Research and understand their audience, organize a speech or presentation, know what not to include, hold attention, speak with confidence and clarity, use visual aids to perfect their timing, handle Q&A sessions, and much more!


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Dale Carnegie, legendary author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, is perhaps the most well-known personal development author of all time. And his legacy continues to influence generations of people through his organization: Dale Carnegie Training. And the flagship training course, taken by tens of thousands of people worldwide, including U.S. Presidents and Fortu Dale Carnegie, legendary author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, is perhaps the most well-known personal development author of all time. And his legacy continues to influence generations of people through his organization: Dale Carnegie Training. And the flagship training course, taken by tens of thousands of people worldwide, including U.S. Presidents and Fortune 500 CEO’s, is the Dale Carnegie Public Speaking Course. Now, for the first time, this classic training course---normally costing thousands of dollars and delivered over several days or weeks---is available in this new learning system for a fraction of the price! Stand and Deliver starts with the basics and moves quickly into actually delivering talks - listeners will be on their feet and presenting like a professional in no time at all! They will use sophisticated techniques like voice modulation, attention focusing and idea pyramids for creating impact and audience persuasion. Listeners will learn how to: Research and understand their audience, organize a speech or presentation, know what not to include, hold attention, speak with confidence and clarity, use visual aids to perfect their timing, handle Q&A sessions, and much more!

30 review for Levante-se e Fale (Audiobook)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Great information, if you are going to speak in front of others, the tips and tricks in this book are priceless. I can't wait to put it in action when I present to my professional organization next year. Great information, if you are going to speak in front of others, the tips and tricks in this book are priceless. I can't wait to put it in action when I present to my professional organization next year.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Isa Salman

    very nice book ... I think the right choose is to have the audio version due to grate performance in delivery by the writer nice & good Ideas ...

  3. 4 out of 5

    sadiq

    Excellent audio on speaking and presentation

  4. 4 out of 5

    Drew Weatherton

    This audiobook offers a high level look at some valuable (albeit somewhat common-sense) public speaking tips. This seems to be based on Dale Carnegie content but is described in relevant terms with modern examples. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it makes me feel that the "Dale Carnegie" name is used more in spirit than in content. I'm more curious, now, to read one of his original books to see what he actually had to say on the issue. I should note that this audio book is focused on "pu This audiobook offers a high level look at some valuable (albeit somewhat common-sense) public speaking tips. This seems to be based on Dale Carnegie content but is described in relevant terms with modern examples. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it makes me feel that the "Dale Carnegie" name is used more in spirit than in content. I'm more curious, now, to read one of his original books to see what he actually had to say on the issue. I should note that this audio book is focused on "public speaking" more so than "presentation skills" as large portions focused on capturing the attention of one's audience and inspiring them to take action. In my world of work, many of these ideas are not relevant for most presentations. Regarding the format, given that this is an audio-only publication, I found it annoying the way that the content was broken up into very short sessions that constantly encouraged me to "join" the narrator in the next session. I felt like I was watching a television program with commercial breaks. Also, there was an annoying musical interlude that seemed to amount to about 10% of the overall audio content.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Robert Laffoday

    Once again, Carnegie is awesome. I have no aspirations to be a public speaker, nor do I have issues standing in front of the crowd with a microphone in hand. However, I still learned a lot that I didn't realize after reading Stand and Deliver. Once again, Carnegie is awesome. I have no aspirations to be a public speaker, nor do I have issues standing in front of the crowd with a microphone in hand. However, I still learned a lot that I didn't realize after reading Stand and Deliver.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Gabriel

    Very practical book on public speaking.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mohammad Al-Bahar

    Simply the best book I have read so far about Public speaking ... period

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bogdan Florin

    #1 : Know What You’re Talking About (Prepare do this with pencil and paper.) #2 : Key: Rehearse + Organize Your Talk (Think about your listeners and their expectations, think about your own expectations.) #3 : Powerful Delivery (read Acres of Diamonds') #4: Be Yourself (Great speakers are MADE, not born.) #5: Tell Stories About Others (Your Listeners Are Most Interested In Themselves) #6: Persuade Your Audience (Creativity, Arrangement, Style, Focus, Delivery ) # 7: Wrapping up. End of your speech as memora #1 : Know What You’re Talking About (Prepare do this with pencil and paper.) #2 : Key: Rehearse + Organize Your Talk (Think about your listeners and their expectations, think about your own expectations.) #3 : Powerful Delivery (read Acres of Diamonds') #4: Be Yourself (Great speakers are MADE, not born.) #5: Tell Stories About Others (Your Listeners Are Most Interested In Themselves) #6: Persuade Your Audience (Creativity, Arrangement, Style, Focus, Delivery ) # 7: Wrapping up. End of your speech as memorable as the opening “The best way to sound like you know what you’re talking about is to know what you’re talking about.” (Anonymous.) “Human beings are talking beings.” “Put your heart in your words.” “Sincerity needs to be combined with intensity. Along with your authenticity, you need to communicate your energy.” “It’s quite simple. Say what you have to say and when you come to a sentence with a grammatical ending, sit down.” (Winston Churchill)

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cory Carr

    Really good, pragmatic book on public speaking. Applies as much today as the day it was published. The ideas are tangible and easily applied in your next speaking engagement. A good mix of basic and advanced public speaking concepts, with a few ideas I'd never come across before. I would recommend to anyone who does Public Speaking often or for a living. This book will not help you that much if you are doing just one speech. These are life long skills to be test,ed and re-tested until you get th Really good, pragmatic book on public speaking. Applies as much today as the day it was published. The ideas are tangible and easily applied in your next speaking engagement. A good mix of basic and advanced public speaking concepts, with a few ideas I'd never come across before. I would recommend to anyone who does Public Speaking often or for a living. This book will not help you that much if you are doing just one speech. These are life long skills to be test,ed and re-tested until you get them right.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Atanas Nikolov

    Don't know why I decided to read that, but I have had it for a long time, so I figured I should go through it. It's super frustrating though, the course could have been halved if they removed the music and didn't try to summarize a point they have JUST TOLD YOU ABOUT in 1 minute. What? Why is that necessary? On a few occasions the summary was longer than the point or it felt like it. Why the 3 stars? It has some useful advice for ABSOLUTE beginners. I am not one of those, so I have barely learned Don't know why I decided to read that, but I have had it for a long time, so I figured I should go through it. It's super frustrating though, the course could have been halved if they removed the music and didn't try to summarize a point they have JUST TOLD YOU ABOUT in 1 minute. What? Why is that necessary? On a few occasions the summary was longer than the point or it felt like it. Why the 3 stars? It has some useful advice for ABSOLUTE beginners. I am not one of those, so I have barely learned anything, but that doesn't mean the course is bad. It isn't, but it's frustrating for sure.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Christina Delaney

    Although not written by Dale Carnegie, his team did a good job of basing this book on the paradigms of this teaching when comes to public speech, making impression on people but mostly, the level of self-awareness that drives us to go forth. It is not big, read it in one day, made many valuable notes as well.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Asmeeta

    The narration In this book is not what I expected. I expected for a formal and a very straight forward points to make me a good orator. But ...we are always at awe when it comes to Dale Carnegie. The man is a genius .The narration is simple, to the point, I felt like I was listening to this talk on Amazing delivery. Somedays I would read for hours. Real awesome stuff here and will blow your mind.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Kerner

    I've never taken a speech class but I have to do a lot of public speaking for work. There was a lot of really great information in this audiobook! I am going to look for a copy of the book to keep on my desk as a reference. I've never taken a speech class but I have to do a lot of public speaking for work. There was a lot of really great information in this audiobook! I am going to look for a copy of the book to keep on my desk as a reference.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Wiragita

    Uhmmm actually the content is okay but the flow thought aren't well perceive for me like it is jumping from one chapter to another. Uhmmm actually the content is okay but the flow thought aren't well perceive for me like it is jumping from one chapter to another.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Dennis Davies

    Worthy Read

  16. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    After listening and reading other books on the subject, this is one of best out there.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Adam

    Too many long-winded quotes and THINGS like th-is!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Kimber

    Common sense tips for the most part.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Chad Warner

    This useful guide to public speaking covers all the essentials. It’s very practical, with plenty of examples. For me a lot of the content reminded me of what I’ve previously learned in school, Toastmasters, and from The Public Speaker podcast. I read this because I occasionally speak about websites and WordPress. I’d heard good things about this book, and it was recommended by Pat Flynn of Smart Passive Income. Notes Preparation • Don't write out speech or memorize it. Instead, rehearse for 10 days This useful guide to public speaking covers all the essentials. It’s very practical, with plenty of examples. For me a lot of the content reminded me of what I’ve previously learned in school, Toastmasters, and from The Public Speaker podcast. I read this because I occasionally speak about websites and WordPress. I’d heard good things about this book, and it was recommended by Pat Flynn of Smart Passive Income. Notes Preparation • Don't write out speech or memorize it. Instead, rehearse for 10 days to 2 weeks ahead of time. • Speeches often take 25% longer than rehearsal. Opening • Show the audience how you're like them very near the beginning of your speech • Share info or tell a story (or several) about yourself to form an intimate connection with the audience. • Use a fast, attention-getting, interesting opening. Don’t open with humor. Don’t open by apologizing for your lack of preparation, lack of experience, etc. Humor • To make people laugh, you don't need to be all that funny. You just need to let them know, through your speaking, that they should laugh. They want to laugh. • A humorous aside can regain the audience's attention, and rejuvenate them for the rest of the speech. Magic Formula (best for short, motivational talks) 1. Share a vivid, personal experience that’s relevant to the action you ultimately want your listeners to take. This should be a story that led to a positive change in your life. This will take the most time. 2. Call directly on the audience to take that single, well-defined action. Make it seem easy. This should take you only 2 minutes to explain. 3. Clearly and convincingly describe the benefit that listeners will get by taking the action. This will take the least time; as little as one second. Conclusion • End in a way that's motivational and action-oriented. • Conclude with humor whenever possible, to end on a high note with applause • In a conclusion that calls audience to action, state what you'll do too. • End with a powerful phrase that summarizes your thesis in the fewest possible words; something that will stay in their heads. • Don't end by saying, “Thank you.” Misc. • Besides the podium, pick only two other places to walk between during your talk. • Use stories to make the audience think first, then feel. • Use the fewest and simplest words possible. • To be persuasive, use emotion more than logic. • Be concrete rather than general; use specific examples and proper nouns whenever possible.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Grant Barnes

    I love anything from Dale Carnegie--I think if I were to do more formal public speeches, I would have been more engaged with the presentation. Regardless, there were still a # of gems in here: Speakers should know 40X more on their topic than they share in the presentation. D.C. "Depth of conviction counts more than height of logic and enthusiasm is worth more than knowledge." DC Theodore Roosevelt was shot but the manuscript of the speech he was about to give slowed the bullet. With his manuscript I love anything from Dale Carnegie--I think if I were to do more formal public speeches, I would have been more engaged with the presentation. Regardless, there were still a # of gems in here: Speakers should know 40X more on their topic than they share in the presentation. D.C. "Depth of conviction counts more than height of logic and enthusiasm is worth more than knowledge." DC Theodore Roosevelt was shot but the manuscript of the speech he was about to give slowed the bullet. With his manuscript ruined, he delivered the 90 min speech from memory.  ...and then went to the hospital.  PowerPoint: "All too easily the PowerPoint becomes a replacement for the presenter, instead of the technology being a visual aid for the speakers, the speakers become an audio aid for the machine. This strips the presentation of its most powerful element which is, or ought to be, the speakers themselves."  Every idea, concept or conclusion which enters the mind will be completely believed unless hindered by some conflicting idea.  It's a strange fact of human nature that repetition itself has persuasive power.  Dale Carnegie Magic Formula for persuasive speaking: 1. The speaker must share a vivid personal experience that's relevant to the action you ultimately want your listeners to take.  2. Call directly upon your audience to take that single well defined action.  3. Clearly and convincingly describe the benefit your listeners will gain by taking the action you desire.  Make every word count.  "Change before you have to" Jack Welch Former GE CEO

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jay

    My wife took the Dale Carnegie public speaking class years ago, and I got to follow along as she practiced her speeches for class. I can see this as being similar to the basic teachings in the class, but of course without the coaching and speaking experiences that the class provides. Being in a sales role and having taken sales presentation classes from other vendors, I was interested in how this CD set's recommendations would differ from my role. There were some noticeable difference, but also My wife took the Dale Carnegie public speaking class years ago, and I got to follow along as she practiced her speeches for class. I can see this as being similar to the basic teachings in the class, but of course without the coaching and speaking experiences that the class provides. Being in a sales role and having taken sales presentation classes from other vendors, I was interested in how this CD set's recommendations would differ from my role. There were some noticeable difference, but also quite a few similarities. Mostly this was common sense, but the focus here is on giving a speech in public, not so much on presentations. There were a few presentation PowerPoint pointers near the end, but these tended to be basic. I did find the comments on when to use humor (not at the beginning of the speech when justifying your expertise) was interesting and different than recent sales presentation classes -- something to think about. This did give me a few different ideas to think through, making this a reasonable business book in my mind. I found this much more up to date (at least up to the Bush era) than Carnegie's popular but aged books, both in tone and examples. Nice for getting some new ideas on speaking, and relatively short compared to other books on the topic.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jan Kellis

    One of my irrational fears is public speaking. I'm not sure exactly what sort of calamity will occur if I say the wrong word or (horrors) can't find the word at all, but this fear manifests itself in a squeaky voice, a shortness of breath (no doubt from not breathing at all for the first few minutes) and shaky hands. When I saw this book on Audible.com, I bought it immediately. I have two public speaking events scheduled for this coming summer, and since I have four books published and a fifth o One of my irrational fears is public speaking. I'm not sure exactly what sort of calamity will occur if I say the wrong word or (horrors) can't find the word at all, but this fear manifests itself in a squeaky voice, a shortness of breath (no doubt from not breathing at all for the first few minutes) and shaky hands. When I saw this book on Audible.com, I bought it immediately. I have two public speaking events scheduled for this coming summer, and since I have four books published and a fifth one in the works, I anticipate several more events in the next few years. This book contains many valuable tips and suggestions for public speaking, and some concrete ways to handle stage fright, which the author calls fear of the unknown. I will definitely use the Rule of Three for organizing my speech, and I'll also use the tips regarding speaking notes. I haven't spoken in front of a group since reading this book, but I plan to re-read it before the next presentation, with a pen in hand, and I'm envisioning a confident, successful presentation! I highly recommend this book.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Gaurav Prabhu

    Wonderful book by Dale Carnegie on public speaking. On thorough studying, you will discover gems which will make your public speaking journey easier & smoother. After reading the book almost instantaneously you will begin to feel confident. This is a book which demands repetitive reading to gather the written wisdom.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rob

    A series of common sense tips interspersed with cliched examples (e.g. MLK, Kennedy, Lincoln). Supposedly (according to the presenter) this is the audio adaptation of a course that people paid thousands of dollars to take... so I guess it's some small comfort that my own disappointment was purchased so much cheaper. A series of common sense tips interspersed with cliched examples (e.g. MLK, Kennedy, Lincoln). Supposedly (according to the presenter) this is the audio adaptation of a course that people paid thousands of dollars to take... so I guess it's some small comfort that my own disappointment was purchased so much cheaper.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Adam Ashton

    Good book from the Carnegie team. Not on the 'how to win friends and influence people' level, but plenty of good lessons for anyone who wants to improve their public speaking (which should be everyone) Good book from the Carnegie team. Not on the 'how to win friends and influence people' level, but plenty of good lessons for anyone who wants to improve their public speaking (which should be everyone)

  26. 4 out of 5

    Arnab Padhi

    it is not just a book on public speaking. it is so much more. There's inspiration, anecdotes and obviously, tips on public speaking. Some ideas are obsolete but some myths have been broken. a must read for anyone entering the public speaking domain. it is not just a book on public speaking. it is so much more. There's inspiration, anecdotes and obviously, tips on public speaking. Some ideas are obsolete but some myths have been broken. a must read for anyone entering the public speaking domain.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Malek

    This book has some value, but it covers a LOT of common sense as well. A good book if you want to learn public speaking from scratch - otherwise its very slow.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Egle Kristensen

    Great book for those that are preparing for public speaking and are looking for a little pep talk.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Saravanan Oumabady

    A bit straight forward in narration but the last few pages really spurred my vigor. Definite must read for those who aspire to become masterful public speakers.

  30. 4 out of 5

    M Shafiq

    Good writing on practicality of being a highly impact public speaker. Success story of good public speaker thru history and success story of his training academy Enjoy reading it.

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