Book Reviews: It’s Not What You Say, It’s the Way You Say It!

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 Book Reviews: It’s Not What You Say, It’s the Way You Say It!

Today's Manager
March 1, 2016



 

 

 

It’s Not What You Say, It’s the Way You Say It!
By Michael Parker
Vermillion
Reviewer: Sadie-Jane Nunis



Not What but How You Say It

DO not judge this book by its size. It may be compact and be filled with text set in big fonts, but this is more like a tips and tools type of book.

Mr Michael Parker is one of the United Kingdom’s most experienced pitch coaches, having worked for over 20 years with Saatchi & Saatchi. The man knows what he is talking about. He has created an easy-to-digest guide for anyone who is about to make a pitch, do a presentation, or even go for an interview.

Chockfull of useful nuggets with clear, practical advice, I recommend that you pick up this book. The graphics helps to make this already easy-to-digest book, even easier if that is even possible.

Good for those who might be newbies when presenting a pitch or those who get nervous prior to one as it is a short, sharp, read that can be used repeatedly.

Plus, if you are going to get advice from anyone with regards to speaking challenges, why not get it from one of the best?

 

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