Tuyển tập nghệ thuật nói trước công chúng – phần 4

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Nghệ thuật nói trước công chúng là chính xác bởi vì loại Socrates của cuộc sống người về kế hoạch phải suy nghĩ và cảm giác bị hạn chế và sẵn sàng mà anh thích nhà nước của mình cho động vật. Tất cả những gì một người đàn ông, tất cả hạnh phúc của mình, nỗi buồn của mình, thành tựu của ông, thất bại của mình, từ tính của ông, điểm yếu của mình, tất cả trong một cách đáng ngạc nhiên lớn ...

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  1. The Art of Public Speaking Dale Carnagey 40

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    The Art of Public Speaking Now it is precisely because the Socrates type of person lives on the plan of right thinking and restrained feeling and willing that he prefers his state to that of the animal. All that a man is, all his happiness, his sorrow, his achievements, his failures, his magnetism, his weakness, all are in an amazingly large measure the direct results of his thinking. Thought and heart combine to produce right thinking: "As a man thinketh in his heart so is he." As he does not think in his heart so he can never become. Since...

  2. The Art of Public Speaking Dale Carnagey 41

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    The Art of Public Speaking When popular discontent and passion are stimulated by the arts of designing partisans to a pitch perilously near to class hatred or sectional anger, I would have our universities and colleges sound the alarm in the name of American brotherhood and fraternal dependence. When the attempt is made to delude the people into the belief that their suffrages can change the operation of national laws, I would have our universities and colleges proclaim that those laws are inexorable and far removed from political control. When selfish interest seeks undue private benefits through governmental aid, and...

  3. The Art of Public Speaking Dale Carnagey 42

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    The Art of Public Speaking ills and troubles. George Cohan made himself a millionaire before he was thirty by writing cheerful plays. One of his rules is generally applicable to conversation: "Always leave them laughing when you say good bye." Dynamite the "I" out of your conversation. Not one man in nine hundred and seven can talk about himself without being a bore. The man who can perform that feat can achieve marvels without talking about himself, so the eternal "I" is not permissible even in his talk. If you habitually build your conversation around your own interests it may...

  4. The Art of Public Speaking Dale Carnagey 43

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    The Art of Public Speaking 26. THE DECAY OF ACTING. Article in Current Opinion, November, 1914. 27. THE YOUNG MAN AND THE CHURCH. "A Young man's Religion," N. McGee Waters. 28. INHERITING SUCCESS. Article in Current Opinion, November, 1914. 29. THE INDIAN IN OKLAHOMA. Article in Literary Digest, November 28, 1914. 30. HATE AND THE NATION. Article in Literary Digest, November 14, 1914. "1_2_3"APPENDIX C. SUGGESTIVE SUBJECTS FOR SPEECHES[36] With Occasional Hints on Treatment 1. MOVIES AND MORALS. 2. THE TRUTH ABOUT LYING. The essence of truth−telling and lying. Lies that are not so considered. The subtleties of distinctions required. Examples of...

  5. The Art of Public Speaking Dale Carnagey 44

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    The Art of Public Speaking 74. WHY HAVE WE BOSSES? A fair−minded examination of the uses and abuses of the political "leader." 75. A PLEA FOR SETTLEMENT WORK. 76. CREDULITY VS. FAITH. 77. WHAT IS HUMOR? 78. USE AND ABUSE OF THE CARTOON. 79. THE PULPIT IN POLITICS. 80. ARE COLLEGES GROWING TOO LARGE? 81. THE DOOM OF ABSOLUTISM. 82. SHALL WOMAN HELP KEEP HOUSE FOR TOWN, CITY, STATE, AND NATION? 83. THE EDUCATIONAL TEST FOR SUFFRAGE. 84. THE PROPERTY TEST FOR SUFFRAGE. 85. THE MENACE OF THE PLUTOCRAT. 86. THE COST OF HIGH LIVING. 87. THE COST OF CONVENIENCES....

  6. The Art of Public Speaking Dale Carnagey 45

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    The Art of Public Speaking containing a warning to take the fleetest horse and flee the city, and from that moment not to eat or sleep without pistols at his hand. To all this Egmont responded that no monster ever lived who could, with an invitation of hospitality, trick a patriot. Like a brave man, the Count went to the Duke's palace. He found the guests assembled, but when he had handed his hat and cloak to the servant, Alva gave a sign, and from behind the curtains came Spanish musqueteers, who demanded his sword. For instead of a banquet...

  7. The Art of Public Speaking Dale Carnagey 46

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    The Art of Public Speaking What is progress? It is best to be slow in the complex arts of politics in their widest sense, and not to hurry to define. If you want a platitude, there is nothing for supplying it like a definition. Or shall we say that most definitions hang between platitude and paradox? There are said, tho I have never counted, to be 10,000 definitions of religion. There must be about as many of poetry. There can hardly be fewer of liberty, or even of happiness. I am not bold enough to try a definition. I will...

  8. The Art of Public Speaking Dale Carnagey 47

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    The Art of Public Speaking That is settled. You may call it secession, or you may call it revolution; but there is a big fact standing before you, ready to oppose you−−that fact is, freemen with arms in their hands. THEODORE ROOSEVELT INAUGURAL ADDRESS (1905) MY FELLOW CITIZENS:−−No people on earth have more cause to be thankful than ours, and this is said reverently, in no spirit of boastfulness in our own strength, but with gratitude to the Giver of Good, Who has blessed us with the conditions which have enabled us to achieve so large a measure of well−being...

  9. The Art of Public Speaking Dale Carnagey 48

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    The Art of Public Speaking The time has come when the salvation of the country demands the restoration to place and power of men of high ideals who will wage unceasing war against corruption in politics, who will enforce the law against both rich and poor, and who will treat guilt as personal and punish it accordingly. What is our duty? To think alike as to men and measures? Impossible! Even for our great party! There is not a reactionary among us. All Democrats are Progressives. But it is inevitably human that we shall not all agree that in a...

  10. The Art of Public Speaking Dale Carnagey 49

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    The Art of Public Speaking people we are arming every day? Or deceive them, when we are educating them to the utmost limit of our ability? Or outlaw them, when we work side by side with them? Or re−enslave them under legal forms, when for their benefit we have even imprudently narrowed the limit of felonies and mitigated the severity of law? My fellow−countrymen, as you yourselves may sometimes have to appeal at the bar of human judgment for justice and for right, give to my people to−night the fair and unanswerable conclusion of these incontestable facts. But it is...

  11. The Art of Public Speaking Dale Carnagey 50

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    The Art of Public Speaking of news, like rapid transit, are of recent origin, and are only made possible by the genius of the inventor and the courage of the investor. It took a special messenger of the government, with every facility known at the time for rapid travel, nineteen days to go from the City of Washington to New Orleans with a message to General Jackson that the war with England had ceased and a treaty of peace had been signed. How different now! We reached General Miles, in Porto Rico, and he was able through the military telegraph...

  12. The Art of Public Speaking Dale Carnagey 51

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    The Art of Public Speaking that the news should be broken gently to his wife; the fine courtesy with which he apologized for the damage which his death would bring to the great Exhibition; and the heroic resignation of his final words, "It is God's way; His will, not ours, be done," were all the instinctive expressions of a nature so lofty and so pure that pride in its nobility at once softened and enhanced the nation's sense of loss. The Republic grieved over such a son,−−but is proud forever of having produced him. After all, in spite of its...

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