How to Speak to Youth . . . and Keep Them Awake at  the Same Time: A Step-by-Step Guide for Improving Your Talks by Ken Davis

How to Speak to Youth . . . and Keep Them Awake at the Same Time: A Step-by-Step Guide for…

byKen Davis

Paperback | August 20, 1996

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Speaking to youth is challenging. Here’s the help you’ve been looking for. . . . How to Speak to Youth is packed with tons of tips to make you a better speaker with any size group large or small. You’ll enhance your communication skills with - A proven system for preparing dynamic talks - Exercises to improve your voice, gestures, and eye contact - Techniques to use the humor you find in everyday life - Ideas to make Scriptures come alive. And you’ll discover ways to- Prepare with focus - Speak with clarity - Communicate with power. Plus, you’ll enjoy the many humorous illustrations peppered throughout the book. You’ll discover your potential to speak to kids and keep them awake at the same time.

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Ken Davis provides a unique mixture of side-splitting humor and inspiration that never fails to delight and enrich audiences of all ages. Davis's daily radio program, Lighten Up! is broadcast on over 500 stations nationwide.

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Title:How to Speak to Youth . . . and Keep Them Awake at the Same Time: A Step-by-Step Guide for…Format:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.5 inPublished:August 20, 1996Publisher:Zondervan/Youth Specialties

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ISBN - 10:0310201462

ISBN - 13:9780310201465

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Davis uses his characteristic warm, informal humor to help anyone give better talks to young people. His topics include preparation, use of voice, gestures, using humor, emphasizing your point, and other practical advice