There have been oodles of books written about public speaking, among them Dale Carnegie's timeless masterpieces, yet this one is unlike any other. Because, while also covering the basics, it features unusual techniques found nowhere else that bring speeches and presentations to riveting life, and enable speakers to mine fear to their advantage.

The author is founder of PS4e1, a Manhattan-based company of leading actors who, for twenty years, have given public speaking training to prominent CEOs, government officials and others. The guide is divided in three: Practicing a Speech, Managing Fear and Giving a Speech.

As such, it takes participants by the hand and guides them step-by-step through the entire dynamic process of practicing to giving a speech, in a way that can be easily understood and put to use by almost anyone, age 16 to 106.

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Peitho (the ancient Greek goddess of persuasion and speech) is her pen name. Her background includes playing leading roles on Broadway, for instance in the original production of Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", and on television in the United States, Canada and Britain; producing American musical theater festivals in the South of France starring librettists Alan Jay Lerner ("My Fair Lady") and Comden and Green ("Singin' In the Rain"); and writing a series of plays presented in New York City at the Manhattan Theatre Club, La Mama and the WPA. She is also a member of the Actors Studio featured on Bravo television's "Inside the Actors Studio".

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