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Manual of Oratory

By pauloantonioalmeida All Rights Reserved ©

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Participate in the growth and development of people is a rewarding and enriching work. It is best to share stories, emotions and lives with other human beings.

I have shared these teachings and growth with over 4,000 people over the last 10 years. Develop communication is a constant human and social need.

We always need to improve our communication. Family and professional meetings are opportunities for growth and life. Communicate in small, medium and large groups can be transforming.

Communication can also be understood as a soul against. Often the words spoken at the wrong time can hurt us. And a word spoken at the right time, at the right time with the right person has the power to transform lives.

This book is a practical guide for improving communication at all levels. I will present strengths and improvement points to be used in their daily lives. I hope you the reader to recognize the stories told, and develop with this reading.

This book was written based on my professional experience and has the objective of disseminating the open dialogue and training to a larger number of people. I believe that public communication is a liberating practice.

"I can speak in public" it is an expression that involves the spoken word, by shared silence and transmitted by love. It is an achievement for all of us. It is worth venturing and investing in the personal and professional growth through the word.


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