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Don t Suck on a Straw During Your Speech

Author : Mary Milla
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In this humorous and practical guide to public speaking, Mary Milla offers tips for moving your presentations out of the PowerPoint weeds. Drawing on more than two decades as a public speaking coach, Mary debunks common excuses and offers strategies to make your next speech poised and polished. These practical, empowering tips will forever change the way you approach public speaking. Mary presents an eight-step plan for writing your speech using real-life "makeover moments," showing how she helped her clients tell their stories in an engaging way. Don't Suck even offers tips for other talks: wedding toasts, speaking on a panel, or introducing other speakers. Using hilarious anecdotes from her personal experience, Mary steers you clear of cringe-inducing moments. If you've ever wanted to get out of your public speaking rut--and not embarrass yourself in the process--this book is for you

Walking Your Talk

Author : Lavinia Plonka
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In every movement of our bodies, we express a world of emotions. But our movements don't just reflect our emotions-they directly affect them. In Walking Your Talk, Lavinia Plonka explores the connection between how we move and how we feel. Our movements and body posture are more than just simple expressions of our feelings-they are a powerful factor in our well-being. And changing them can be a crucial first step in altering our emotional behaviors. Drawing from her years of experience as a movement teacher and Feldenkrais Method(r) instructor, Plonka provides simple exercises, thought-provoking lessons, and real-life examples that help readers better understand the relationship between their movement patterns and their emotional state. After beginning with an overview of both historical and modern ideas about the correlation between bodily movement and human emotion and expression, Plonka turns theory into practice by addressing each major area of the body-and the emotional baggage held there. Through exploratory exercises, we learn more about: - how we carry stress-from responsibilities, family issues, and financial burdens-in our shoulders; - why we "freeze" the pelvis-the bodily center of personal freedom, power, spontaneity, and sexuality; and - the self-confidence (or lack thereof) we convey through our carriage. Whether she is examining how a depressed chest can make us feel psychologically depressed, how body language is used to deceive others, or how loosening our pelvis can help us break a lifelong cycle of self-destructive behavior, Plonka is always caring and insightful, guiding readers to a deeper awareness of themselves and how changing their posture has the potential to change their whole lives.

The Physically Handicapped

Author : Dwayne Douglas Peterson
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Pediatrics

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Uncensored Thoughts

Author : Will Manley
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GARBAGE! That's right, garbage. Specifically, New Jersey's garbage. And how does this relate to librarianship? In his inimitable style, Will Manley tells you this and more in his latest McFarland tome. But don't think it's all garbage. Manley gives you the Manley Maxims, flies by the seat of his pants, looks at the state of library education, remembers the jitters of the ALA placement center, questions why Library Journal abstained from Sex, sifts through the shifting sands of historical revision regarding Christopher Columbus, and recites his favorite bedtime fables and their morals.

Monthly Bulletin of the Philippine Health Service

Author : Philippines. Bureau of Health
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Bulletin

Author : Philippines. Bureau of Health (1933-)
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Communication Training in Childhood Brain Damage

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Science Everywhere

Author : Barbara J. Taylor
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Slang American Style

Author : Richard A. Spears
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Fun to read and packed with information, this contemporary dictionary of American slang includes terms that are likely to be heard in movies, on television, in the streets, and on college campuses.

Macno

Author : Andrea De Carlo
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One Million Dead Translated from the Spanish by Joan MacLean

Author : José María Gironella
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The Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders

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Teaching Eating Skills

Author : Susan Bray Stainback
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Midstream

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Sourcebook of Articulation Learning Activities

Author : William Justin Worthley
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The Illustrated Magazine

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The Illustrated Weekly of India

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THE LADIE S COMPANION

Author : ROGERSON AND TUXFORD
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911 Until Help Arrives

Author : Ethan P. Allen
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