I Have to Give a Speech - Now What

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“I have to speak in front of how many people?” This realization sends chills through the toughest and smartest people. The fear of public speaking is real and we all face it at one time or another. Here are some simple tips to help you prepare and deliver your message.

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About Larry B. Gray

I grew up in Eastern North Carolina in the small rural town of Aurora. My early years were spent working on my grandparents' tobacco farm and exploring my world of family, friends and school.

After marrying my high school sweetheart in 1972, I moved to Lakeland, Florida where I spent my adult years raising a beautiful family and working in the citrus industry with over 39 years of manufacturing management experience, selling real estate and being a writer wannabe, all at the same time.

In my spare time I attended and graduated from Florida Southern College while working full time and starting a family.

I am still married to my high school sweetheart and have 3 beautiful children and two wonderful grandchildren.

Life is not always easy but in the scheme of things it is fun and gets better everyday. Come join me on this great adventure, remembering the past and building the future.

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Review by: W. Blake Heitzman on March 18, 2013 : (no rating)
“I Have to Give a Speech” is short and to the point. Just like his other books, it gives a quick and simple guide for you to follow while steering yourself through your presentation. A key point is to remember that you aren’t there just to speak; you are there to communicate ideas. Do it as concisely as possible.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Brenda J Wood on June 11, 2012 :
Larry B Gray offers the best advice in its simplest form. I've read many a 300 page text on these topics and they don't give up nearly the amount of simple, clear advice that Gray offers in these short works. They are a quick read and offer easy, tangible ways to deal with employees, write a speech or find a job. Well worth the price of the texts.Brenda J Wood-author of Meeting Myself, Snippets of a Binging and Bulging Mind
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Brenda J Wood on June 11, 2012 :
Larry B Gray offers the best advice in its simplest form. I've read many a 300 page text on these topics and they don't give up nearly the amount of simple, clear advice that Gray offers in these short works. They are a quick read and offer easy, tangible ways to deal with employees, write a speech or find a job. Well worth the price of the texts.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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