Citati iz knjige „The Art of Public Speaking“ autora Dale Carnegie

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Know your subject better than your hearers know it, and you have nothing to fear.
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"Get your principles right," said Napoleon, "and the rest is a matter of detail."
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But they cannot be mastered and applied by thinking or reading about them—you must practise, practise, PRACTISE. If no one else will listen to you, listen to yourself—you must always be your own best critic, and the severest one of all.
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the first thing both in time and in importance is that the man should be and think and feel things that are worthy of being given forth.
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The first sign of greatness is when a man does not attempt to look and act great. Before you can call yourself a man at all, Kipling assures us, you must "not look too good nor talk too wise."
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He must have either truth or entertainment for them.
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Prof. Walter Dill Scott says: "Success or failure in business is caused more by mental attitude even than by mental capacity." Banish the fear–attitude; acquire the confident attitude. And remember that the only way to acquire it is—to acquire it.
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BE courageous—it lies within you to be what you will. MAKE yourself be calm and confident.
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Let your bearing be modestly confident, but most of all be modestly confident within. Over–confidence is bad, but to tolerate premonitions of failure is worse, for a bold man may win attention by his very bearing, while a rabbit–hearted coward invites disaster.
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Prepare yourself. Know what you are going to talk about, and, in general, how you are going to say it. Have the first few sentences worked out completely so that you may not be troubled in the beginning to find words. Know your subject better than your hearers know it, and you have nothing to fear.
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The first sign of greatness is when a man does not attempt to look and act great. Before you can call yourself a man at all, Kipling assures us, you must "not look too good nor talk too wise."
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One way to get air out of a glass is to pour in water.

Be Absorbed by Your Subject
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You may tease or tickle it into anything at your pleasure. It thinks by infection, for the most part, catching an opinion
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sense of responsibility is lost in the crowd
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crowd never reasons. It only feels.
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Practise on the following selections for emphasis: Beecher's "Abraham Lincoln," page 76; Lincoln's "Gettysburg Speech," page 50; Seward's "Irrepressible Conflict," page 67; and Bryan's "Prince of Peace," page 448.
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you to class.
12. In the following passage, would you make any changes in the author's markings for emphasis? Where?
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11. From a newspaper or a magazine, clip a report of an address, or a biographical eulogy. Mark the passage for emphasis and bring it with you to class.
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8. Read the selections on pages 30 and 48, emphasizing every word. What is the effect on the emphasis?
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