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Self_confidence.pdf

Self_confidence.pdf

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HOW TO DEVELOP
SELF-CONFIDENCE
IN SPEECH
&
MANNER 
US $27.00
By GRENVILLE KLEISER Formerly Instructor in Public Speaking at Tale Divinity School, YaleUniversity ; Author of "How to Speak in Public," ''Humorous Hitsand How to Hold an Audience," "How to Develop Power and Personality inSpeaking," "How to Argue and Win," etc.
FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY NEW YORK AND LONDON1912Distributed bySecret-Knowledge.com
This book is a digital reproduction of the complete and original 1910 version of How To DevelopSelf-Confidence In Speech & Manner by Grenville Kleiser, originally published by The Funk & WagnallsCompany and now in the public domain. This digital edition, is not sponsored or endorsed by, or otherwiseaffiliated with, Grenville Kleiser or his family and heirs, or any other person or entity.
 
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www.secret-knowledge.comCopyright, 1910, byFUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANYPrinted in the United States of AmericaPublished, October, 1910All rights reserved
 
PREFACEThe purpose of this book is to inspire in men lofty ideals. It is particularly for those who dailydefraud themselves because of doubt, fearthought, and foolish timidity.Thousands of persons are held in physical and mental bondage, owing to lack of self-confidence. Distrusting themselves, they live a life of limited effort, and at last pass onwithout having realized more than a small part of their rich possessions. It is believed that this book will be of substantial service to those who wish to rise above mediocrity, and who feelwithin them something of their divine inheritance. It is commended with confidence to everyambitious man.Grenville Kleiser. New York City,October, 1910

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