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The Gift Of The Gab

Author : David Crystal
ISBN : 9780300214260
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A many-faceted exploration of spoken eloquence: how it works, how it has evolved, and how to tap its remarkable power

The Gift Of The Gab

Author : Hory Sankar Mukerjee
ISBN : 9789353286828
Genre : Business & Economics
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The trick of moving from ‘average’ to ‘outstanding’ lies in ‘communication’. When you are able to articulate, present and write better than others, you move into the extraordinary league. While most of us agree to these positive effects of communication, we conveniently ignore the downside of communication breakdown, which can lead to stunted professional growth. The Gift of the Gab: The Subtle Art of Communicating will help you develop a communication strategy that can lead to improvements in your working style. Choosing the right words, listening well and getting your message across eloquently are skills that can be perfected. By changing your communication strategy you can increase your motivation, and improve your productivity and profitability at work. This book is a corporate guide that can help you become the person you aspire to be.
Category: Business & Economics

The Gift Of The Gab Success Has A Language

Author : Siddharth Deshmukh
ISBN : 9380154739
Genre : Fiction
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Arun's typical young corporate turk. He's connected parties more than he works and has people eating out of his hand. But he's still frustrated - his methods let him down when he needs them the most. His boss sends him to spy on Ravi, a business head who has been delivering success after success for his unit when the rest of the company is facing tough time s. Apparently; Ravi has unearthed a secret language called Bella- the language of success. A skeptical Arum takes this assignment on as fun and games, primarily to hook up again with the young woman he's broken off earlier. But he soon finds out (as he unwillingly learns this language) that this language is real, powerful and life-changing. He soon faces new choices about work, loyalties and even his love life. Will Arun survive and prevail in this test by fire and gain the language's power? Join him in this fun, fast-paced journey that will keep you entertained right through to the end.
Category: Fiction

The Gift Of The Gab

Author : John Fidell
ISBN : OCLC:43341060
Genre : Public speaking
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Category: Public speaking

Gift Of The Gab

Author : Tadhg Hayes
ISBN : 184717289X
Genre : Humor
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With illustrations by Terry Willers For the unprepared visitor Irish conversation can be a minefield. 'How's the craic ?' is not an assumption that you are well versed in the properties of narcotics substances, merely an enquiry after your health and general well-being. A seemingly easy question like 'You're not from around here are ye?' requires a far more detailed reply than 'No, I'm not'. In order not to be thought rude you should supply details of where you live, why you are in Ireland, the tiny village, now deserted, from which your great-great grandfather emigrated in the year dot, and, to be really accepted, your salary figure, marital status and daily eating habits! To the uninitiated, advice like this might seem extreme, but, as Tadhg Hayes points out, the proper answer will save you from insistent and repeated questioning, which, in the case of the Irish, is motivated by genuine interest and not just downright nosiness. Having safely negotiated the opening gambits, plenty of other conversational pitfalls await the visitor. GIFT OF THE GAB covers them all and will see you through any topic, from THE WEATHER, SPORT, DRINK, DEATH, how to interpret travel directions and statements on a person's financial situation (see THE POOR MOUTH). For Improvers there are useful phrases to add colour to your conversation, including the essential 'feck', 'fecking' and its variations. All in all, the most essential thing, after your umbrella, you will need for an enjoyable holiday in Ireland.
Category: Humor

Gift Of The Gab

Author : Morris Gleitzman
ISBN : 9781760142179
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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It's a normal week for Rowena Batts. A car full of stewed apples. A police cell. A struggle to keep Dad off national TV. Then her world turns upside down.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Astrology Made Easy

Author : Dr K Chaudhry
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Dr K Chaudhry is First Author of Jaypee Brothers, Number One Medical Publishers in India. First book of Dr K Chaudhry, as also of Jaypee Brothers, was published during the year 1968. In addition, Dr K Chaudhry is Youtube Celebrity with fans in all Countries. He is Famous for his English Versions of Bollywood and Pakistani Songs. Patrick French's India A Portrait has three pages on Dr K Chaudhry. His versatility shows up in his Horoscope software, Global Malls Yellow Pages, BMI Registered lyrics. Google DOCTORKC to view Abhishek Bachhan tweet, Patrich French interactions, and huge number of songs.

Hitler And The Rise Of The Nazi Party

Author : Frank McDonough
ISBN : 0582506069
Genre : History
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The book concentrates on Hitler's unique contribution to the development of the Nazi Party and explores the key developments of the Nazi Party before 1933. Beginning with an overview of the personality and early life of Hitler the book goes on to examine: the birth of the Nazi Party and its early development Nazi ideology the organisation, propaganda and membership of the Nazi Party the growth of electoral support for the Nazis the reasons why Hitler came to power. The author takes issue with the conventional view of Hitler's rise to power and offers a fresh viewpoint which lays stress on the significant contribution and impact made on events by Hitler's charismatic leadership and the effective propaganda and organisation of the Nazi Party. Also containing primary documents, a chronology of key events, glossary of key terms and a Who's Who of leading figures.
Category: History