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Have you ever wondered why some presenters have such a strong impact on their audience? What if there was a way you could increase your credibility when you speak? How would you like to know nonverbal strategies used by people like Oprah Winfrey, Winston Churchill, and James Earl Jones that made (or makes) them so compelling? Well now you can! You can begin today to use these speaking strategies that are part of the art of great storytelling. Dr. Larry Iverson will guide you through proven methods that will help you make a positive impact and be more influential in every presentation you make.

  • Learn how to instantly get people to believe what you are saying
  • Know how to use the five components of voice tone that captivate attention
  • Learn a stepbystep strategy for getting people to hang on your every word
  • Refine your skills of speaking persuasively
  • Learn how to build your charisma from the moment your audience sees you
  • Learn how to instantly get people to believe what you are saying

©2011 Dr. Larry Iverson (P)2011 Made for Success, Inc.

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  • Dan
  • 02-01-12

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Where does The Nonverbal Secrets to Telling a Great Story rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Its a short book, but compared to others on Audible.com, its slightly better than average.

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  • O F Dale
  • 03-04-17

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This should be called the nonverbal secrets to presenting. I was looking for some inspiration on telling stories from a constructive position, not from a physiological approach to literally telling stories well on stage.

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  • D. A. Xavier
  • 31-01-20

Light on storytelling-specific content

Disappointed. Very light on storytelling-specific content. These are presentation or audience-engagement basics. No info on storytelling-structures.