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

Know your subject better than your hearers know it, and you have nothing to fear.
It is too late to think about the cut of your coat when once you are upon the platform, so centre your interest on what you are about to say—fill your mind with your speech–material and, like the infilling water in the glass, it will drive out your unsubstantial fears.
"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.
rather, it is something greater and higher than all eloquence; it is action, noble, sublime, godlike action."

When traveling through the Northwest some time ago, one of the present writers
they cannot be mastered and applied by thinking or reading about them—you must practise, practise, PRACTISE. I
facing your audience, pause a moment and look them over—a hundred chances to one they want you to succeed, for what man is so foolish as to spend his time, perhaps his money, in the hope that you will waste his investment by talking dully?
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.
ave Something to Say
remember that men erect no monuments and weave no laurels for those who fear to do what they can.
Do not make haste to begin—haste shows lack of control.

Do not apologize. It ought not to be necessary; and if it is, it will not help. Go straight ahead.
BE courageous—it lies within you to be what you will. MAKE yourself be calm and confident.
If you assume it you can almost invariably make it yours. If you assume the negative you are sure to be negative. Assuming a virtue or a vice vitalizes
You are a god, with infinite capabilities. "All things are ready if the mind be so."
If you believe you will fail, there is no hope for you. You will.
The first sign of greatness is when a man does not attempt to look and act
Practise, practise, PRACTISE in speaking before an audience will tend to remove all fear of audiences, just as practise in swimming will lead to confidence and facility in the water. You must learn to speak by speaking.
courageous—it lies within you to be what you will. MAKE yourself be calm and confident.
Your assumption of being able to instruct or lead or inspire a multitude or even a small group of people may appall you as being colossal impudence—as indeed it may be; but having once essayed to speak, be courageous.
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