Whether you’re talking to one person or a thousand, your ability to create change in the world is determined by the way in which you express your ideas. Nothing will accelerate your career faster than developing your ability to communicate—and nothing will handicap you more than a failure to do so.
In As We Speak: How to Make Your Point and Have it Stick, Peter Meyers and Shann Nix present a revolutionary, empowering guide to public speaking. This practical how-to guide will enable you to become a more effective, persuasive communicator in all areas of life.
Inspired by Peter's and Shann's work at Stand & Deliver, As We Speak explores the reasons that you are biologically hard-wired to fail when you speak in public — and shows how to overcome these barriers in order to succeed.
“This book is a how-to guide for creating a connection with one person or a thousand. Peter and Shann helped shift my interactions from talking to communicating. Their advice can help you transform your message so it will be received and appreciated.”
“Effective communication is critical to success in virtually everything we do. As We Speak provides a fresh look and unique perspective that will prove valuable to anyone who needs to improve their communications skills, which is to say, basically … all of us!”
“The key to being a good coach is good communication. For coaches, leaders, teachers, or parents, this book will help motivate people to be the best they can be.”
“This career-changing book will enable you to overcome your fears and limitations, making you a far more effective speaker and inspiring leader of your team, your company or your country. Their high-impact strategies have been transformational for me. Simply put, it’s the single best guide to public speaking you’ll ever read.”
“Whether you are a seasoned speaker or a novice, the advice here will carry you to the next level, helping you make authentic audience connections, deliver relevant messages, and become a better communicator overall. This book truly helps one master the moment in all kinds of speaking situations.”