Public speakers are looked upon as leaders. The men who run a country are men who speak well and fluently. More people have talked themselves into prominence than have gained world renown through all other fields of endeavor combined. Remember how the public speaking talents of a youthful Senator recently raised him to the most powerful position in the world?
Some people play down the influence of persuasive talkers, yet they cannot escape the fact that a good speaker frequently takes over the reins and rides in the driver’s seat. An intelligent businessman accepts the inevitable; instead of resisting public speakers, he becomes one of them. The ability to speak well can carry an individual far in the capacity of an interesting conversationalist. Take any group of people; the persons they prefer to hear are those who have something to say and know how to say it.
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