Get Your Public Speaking Mojo Back Forever

Get Your Public Speaking Mojo Back Forever

Open this book at random and you'll find powerful exercises, tips and suggestions lifted directly from the author's 20 years of experience that will arm you with tools to transform yourself into a better public speaker.

Author: Julie Howell

Publisher: Britain's Next Bestseller

ISBN: 1906954879

Category: Business & Economics

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There's a powerful public speaker inside you. Compelling, strong, convincing and persuasive. Just like the speakers you most admire. This empowering book can help you to improve your speaking and presentation skills today. No need to wait for your next speaking engagement! Open this book at random and you'll find powerful exercises, tips and suggestions lifted directly from the author's 20 years of experience that will arm you with tools to transform yourself into a better public speaker. Increase your communication confidence. Re-discover the joy of public speaking.
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Paperchase the Blessing Forever

Paperchase the Blessing Forever

up in A little more casual, diamonds wit the yellow gold, I been fuckin up them ... my shining rays, I'm on my square, so get your lame ass somewhere else.

Author: Paulin G. Pacheco

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781543498387

Category: Music

Page: 138

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This book is amazing it was not put together over night it is a combination of my blood, sweat, & tears through the process of composing this book. It’s very special work of art maybe 1% of the whole book is a bit left field so I apologize in advance... as you read you’ll get an idea when this book was first put together I have been working on it going on 7 years. It has been a constant creation well worth your time...
Categories: Music

Stammer Your Way to Success

Stammer Your Way to Success

From A Suburban Orphanage To An International Career Stuart Nelson ... was stumbling in my speech, and Jean could see that. ... I had found my mojo.

Author: Stuart Nelson

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781483602080

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 99

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I would like to acknowledge the 60 million people worldwide, who suffer hesitation in speech. ‘Limitations are just signposts. They may signal different routes or different ways to reach a destination, but they won’t prevent you from getting there, unless you empower them to do so. Ignore them, focus on your journey.’
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Congressional Globe

The Congressional Globe

That is the way I should read it, after he has corrected his own speech. ... If he will go back and investigate this subject, as I have done, he will find ...

Author: United States. Congress

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ISBN: UOM:39015020086933

Category: Law

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Mojo

Mojo

The storyline centres on a group of people called The Solutionists . They want an environmental renaissance , and they're adept at public display and ...

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Category: Rock music

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Categories: Rock music

Billboard

Billboard

7 Four Tops, Motown 1090 (Jobete, BMI) MY BABY LOVES ME 11 Martha & the ... BM$) I'LL LOVE YOU FOREVER Holidays, Golden World 36 (Myto, BMI) GOT MY MOJO ...

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.
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Me 2 0

Me 2 0

I then met with the head of public relations. Thinking it was an interview, I brought my personal branding toolkit, including a press kit, ...

Author: Dan Schawbel

Publisher: Diversion Books

ISBN: 9781682301593

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 232

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“ME 2.0 is an easy, thought-provoking read and recommended for anyone who may find themselves back on the job market with only a paper resume as a calling card.”—ENTREPRENEUR “ME 2.0 is an instruction manual for developing your personal brand and then leveraging that brand to command your career.”—THE NEW YORK POST From Dan Schawbel, Managing Partner of Millennial Branding, LLC and the man the New York Times calls a “personal branding guru,” comes a guide detailing how to survive the modern job hunt and thrive in the digital age. Packed with expert insights and concrete, step-by-step instructions to create and maintain one’s personal brand, ME 2.0 shows potential job-hunters how to use digital media and social networks to find job opportunities and careers based on their passion and experience. For those on the edge of starting their career or trying to catch up fast, ME 2.0 offers practical, straightforward advice for driven job-seekers looking for an edge in a fast-paced work environment.
Categories: Business & Economics

Lords of the Sunset Strip

Lords of the Sunset Strip

He did pass out at one point, but I came to the rescue and got his mojo going. ... to the entire Jimi Hendrix Experience flat on my back under the stage.

Author: Blackie Dammett

Publisher: The Spencer Company

ISBN: 9780615803760

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 396

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'I did a double take when I saw fourteen-year-old Drew Barrymore at the bar, drinking with the Bukowski crowd. She was adorable, spoke with a potty mouth and carried on as if she was in her twenties. I was straining to approach her but backed off. I’d been in enough trouble. The next time I looked she was gone. A couple nights later she reappeared and in the same spot at the middle of the bar, entertaining the bartender. I pulled the trigger this time, and whatever I had to say she bought.' "I'm eating your book! It's delicious!" Lia Mack - Portland, Oregon "Fervent shades of Jack Kerouac.” Terry Wells - Brigg, England “Lords of the Sunset Strip” is the brutally honest and hilarious memoir of actor and writer Blackie Dammett—AKA John Kiedis—who happens to be the father of Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis. Set mostly in Hollywood but with multiple national and worldwide excursions for film shoots, love affairs and drug deals, this tell-all provides an unexpectedly candid look at an actor’s transition from a wild man with a dream to a sensitive if unconventional parent with a dream. And of course, there were the women. New girls were always replenishing the scene. Dammett towed his young Red Hot Chili Pepper with him through a torrent of sex-fueled parties, auditions and business deals in Hollywood, New York and London. It’s an exhilarating, exhausting and romantic journey. It had a profound and ineffable influence on Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Anthony. “Lords of the Sunset Strip” will no doubt have a similar influence on its readers as well. It’s simply the biggest, baddest, boldest tale of Hollywood and Rock & Roll ever written.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Jazz Pop

Jazz   Pop

Trumpet players from Scarsdale and Evansville took up the speech accents , words and ... lines about “ I got my mojo working " and " back door man " and the ...

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Resting Places

Resting Places

Deeply religious, she said a star could “receive roses and go home and cry alone” ... In a speech shown at the time of her death, she told a crowd of her ...

Author: Scott Wilson

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786479924

Category: Social Science

Page: 452

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In its third edition, this massive reference work lists the final resting places of more than 14,000 people from a wide range of fields, including politics, the military, the arts, crime, sports and popular culture. Many entries are new to this edition. Each listing provides birth and death dates, a brief summary of the subject's claim to fame and their burial site location or as much as is known. Grave location within a cemetery is provided in many cases, as well as places of cremation and sites where ashes were scattered. Source information is provided.
Categories: Social Science

Billboard

Billboard

'[A Boy Named] Goo' was a big hit, and it cast a long shadow. It's hard to recover. You get afraid to go back in the ring. It's thrilling to think 'Iris' ...

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.
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Billboard

Billboard

HOT 100 RECURREN RECOVER YOUR SOUL (William A. Bong, PRS/Warner- Tamerlane, ... BMI/Ensign, BMI) HL 64 IF YOU EVER HAVE FOREVER IN MIND (Benefit, ...

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.
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Harper s Weekly

Harper s Weekly

How scream . a corner of the veranda running around the this ghastly ... Is she getting up a be , was greatly surprised . placed here , all started back as ...

Author: John Bonner

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ISBN: UOM:39015027796633

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Categories: United States

Billboard

Billboard

Recurrents are titles which have appeared on the Hot 100 chart for more than 20 ... ASCAP/EMI, ASCAP) WBM TO THE MOON AND BACK (Rough Cut/EMI Australia, ...

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.
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Billboard

Billboard

Recurrents are titles which have appeared on the Hot 100 chart for more than ... ASCAP/Annotation, ASCAP/WB, ASCAP) WBM THERE'S YOUR TROUBLE (Tom Collins, ...

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.
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Vibe

Vibe

His bold criticism of the war and support for affirmative action have even ... up here in New Orleans that the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.

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Vibe is the lifestyle guide to urban music and culture including celebrities, fashion, beauty, consumer electronics, automotive, personal care/grooming, and, always, music. Edited for a multicultural audience Vibe creates trends as much as records them.
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Billboard

Billboard

Recurrents are titles which have appeared on the Hot 100 chart for more than 20 weeks ... BMI) WBM STILL NOT A PLAYER (Let Me Show You, ASCAP/Joe Cartegena, ...

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.
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Abraham Lincoln Campaign Newspapers 1860 1864

Abraham Lincoln Campaign Newspapers 1860   1864

ably to o * the Boeckinridge men take courage Pittsburg. ... *o go of who took double foot our “back to the firli and our foot to the for a large Fai; doid, ...

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518 pages of Abraham Lincoln campaign newspapers from the elections of 1860 and 1864. Many newspapers at the time took specific and clearly partisan positions, which were often reflected in the names of the newspaper. The newspapers in this collection go beyond just a partisan political bias. These newspapers were created and existed only to get Abraham Lincoln elected or re-elected President, then ceased publication after the election. Election 1860 In 1860 there were three mainstream political parties in the United States; Republican, Democratic, and the new Constitutional Union party. The Democratic Party split into two over the issue of slavery, making 1860 a four way race. In 1860, Abraham Lincoln was the least known of all candidates seeking the nomination of the Republican Party. Best known and leading the Republican pack was United States Senator, former governor of New York and future United States Secretary of State, William H. Seward. Second was Ohio governor and future United States Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase. Third was Missouri lawyer, politician and future United States Attorney General, Edward Bates. Fourth was Horace Greeley, founder and editor The New York Tribune, former member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New York's 6th district, and in 1872 the founder of the Liberal Republican Party. Fifth was Illinois lawyer and former member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Illinois' 7th district (1847 - 1849), Abraham Lincoln. A former Whig party member, Lincoln became engaged in Illinois state Republican Party politics in 1854. At the 1856 Republican National Convention, the nominating process for the Vice President spot on the party's ticket ended with Lincoln coming in second place. In 1858, Lincoln sought to replace the incumbent Democrat United States Senator from Illinois, Stephen A. Douglas. The two clashed during a series of seven debates. In 1858, United States senators were elected by their state legislatures. Democrats won a slight majority of seats in the Illinois General Assembly in 1858. The legislature then re-elected Douglas. Despite his loss due to internal party politics, Lincoln gained popular publicity from his performance during the Lincoln–Douglas debates, which allowed him to enter the pack of Republican candidates in 1860. One by one the Republican candidates fell away. The consensus was that Greely was too unpredictable, Bates was too old, and Chase did not possess political skills. Lincoln won out over Seward. Seward's outspokenness on the spread of slavery made many believe that was he too radical on the issue. Lincoln was seen as a moderate when came to slavery; also it was hoped that since he was from Illinois, that he would appeal to voters in the west. The Democratic Party split into two during its national convention in Charleston, South Carolina, in April 1860. The leading Democratic candidate was Illinois Senator Stephen Douglas. Douglas advocated popular sovereignty, where the majority within a state would decide if slavery was to exist in that state. This angered most Southern Democrats who wanted the right to hold slaves guaranteed in the western territories and future states. Delegates from eight southern states withdrew from the convention and nominated their own candidate, Vice President of the United States John C. Breckinridge. A group of conservative former Whigs, along with Know Nothing party members and some Southern Democrats who were against succession, joined to form the Constitutional Union Party. In their platform they strongly spoke out against disunion and avoided the issue of slavery. They nominated former United States Senator from Tennessee John Bell. On Election Day, Tuesday, November 6, 1860, Republican Lincoln received 39.9 percent of the popular vote, Northern Democrat Douglas 29.5 percent, Southern Democrat Breckinridge 18.1 percent, and Constitutional Unionist Bell 12.5 percent. In the Electoral College Lincoln received 180 electoral votes; Breckinridge won 72 of the 303 total available electoral votes. Election 1860 Newspaper - The Freeport Wide Awake 52 pages of the Freeport Wide Awake, constituting 13 issues dating from August 18, 1860 to November 17, 1860. This weekly campaign newspaper was published between the time of the Chicago Convention and after the election in November; it supported Abraham Lincoln and Republican candidates. The newspaper's slogan was "No slumber till the battle is won." Three other newspapers were published in 1860 with "Wide Awake" in their title in: Providence; De Witt, Iowa; and Akron. Only one copy of any of the issues of these other "Wide Awake" newspapers is known to still be in existence. In the 1850's the Republican Party organized marching clubs made up of young men across the United States. In 1860, a number of "Wide Awake Clubs" were organized to support Abraham Lincoln. The Wide Awakes adopted a paramilitary style. Members wore black glazed hats, oil cloth capes to protect themselves from flames and carried six-foot long torches with a whale oil canister at its top. Wide Awakes held rallies where they marched with their torches lit, singing political campaign songs and reciting campaign slogans. Also included in this collection is a four page circular produced by the Albany, New York Republican Wide-Awake Club, regarding the uniform and the organization of the club. Election 1860 Serial Tract - Lincoln and Liberty!!! 38 pages of the tract "Lincoln and Liberty!!!," constituting 10 issues dating from June 19th, 1860 to October 2, 1860. This serial was published by the Young Men's Republican Union of the City of New York. The Young Men's Republican Union sponsored a lecture given by Lincoln on February 27, 1860 at the Cooper Union in New York City. The Cooper Union speech would be regarded by many, including eminent Lincoln scholar Harold Holzer as, "The Speech That Made Abraham Lincoln President." Election 1860 Newspaper - The Rail Splitter 24 pages of The Rail Splitter newspaper constituting 6 issues dating from June 23, 1860 to October 27, 1860. The Rail Splitter was a campaign newspaper in support of candidate Abraham Lincoln and the Republican Party in the presidential campaign of 1860. This newspaper was based in Chicago, Illinois and published 18 weekly issues from June 23, 1860 to October 27, 1860, by publisher Charles Leib. A different pro-Lincoln newspaper also called the Rail Splitter was published in Cincinnati during the same time period. In the first issue, June 23, 1860, Leib wrote this in the introduction to his newspaper, "We have in our Prospectus given the reasons that induced us to establish 'The Rail Splitter.' It is occasionally thrown into our teeth, that in 1856 we labored earnestly for the election of James Buchanan, and it is true. We believed him to be an honest man, and that he ("he" in italics for emphasis) would be President, if elected. We were however, mistaken, for he is the willing tool of the slavery propagandists, who have put a collar around his neck, and will not even permit him to bark, unless in their presence." He finished his introduction by stating, "We are responsible for all articles that appear in 'The Rail Splitter,' and as this promises to be a warm and exciting campaign, in which there will be a great deal of crimination and recrimination; if we should incur the displeasure of any of the Democracy (the term Democracy was often used at the time to refer the Democratic Party and its rule) for telling the truth, and they should feel aggrieved, they can call at our office, at 66 Randolph Street, up stairs, where we will be most happy to give them any satisfaction they may desire. We will not, however, take back any statement we make, of the truth of which we are satisfied." Election 1864 The election of 1864 was disrupted by the Civil War. Electoral votes were not counted from states in rebellion. Tennessee and Louisiana, under Union control chose Electoral College electors; however Congress did not count their votes. The Democrats in non-rebellion states were divided between "Peace Democrats" and "War Democrats." The Republican Party, in a move to appeal to Northern Democrats in favor of the war, changed its name to the National Union Party for the 1864 election. Lincoln was the Republican/National Union Party nominee. Union Major General George B. McClellan was the Democratic Party nominee. McClellan ran as a "peace candidate." McClellan was still a U.S. Army general on active duty during the campaign. He did not resign his commission until Election Day. McClellan campaigned on continuing the war and restoring the Union. He was not seeking the abolition of slavery. The former position differed from the Democratic Party platform which called for an immediate end to the war and negotiated settlement with the Confederacy. The Democratic platform included the statement, "Resolved, That this Convention does explicitly declare, as the sense of the American people, that after four years of failure to restore the Union by the experiment of war, during which, under the pretense of military necessity or war power higher than the Constitution, the Constitution itself has been disregarded in every part, and public liberty and private right alike trodden down, and the material prosperity of the country essentially impaired, justice, humanity, liberty, and the public welfare, demand that immediate efforts be made for a cessation of hostilities, with a view to the ultimate Convention of all the States, or other peaceable means, to the end that at the earliest practicable moment, peace may be restored on the basis of the Federal Union of the States." Lincoln had strong doubt that he would be re-elected President. The last President to be re-elected was Andrew Jackson in 1832. Military victories during the fall of 1864 boosted President Lincoln's popularity. On Election Day November 8, 1864 only 4 percent of the votes casted were by servicemen. Each state decided how they would handle voting by members of the military. Only seven states, California, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin, allowed servicemen to vote. Many servicemen would have been happy to see the election end the war. However, it is believed that most thought that ending the war would mean that their sacrifices would have been in vain. Many soldiers wrote to family members urging them to vote for Lincoln. Election Day results saw Lincoln winning 55% of the popular vote, approximately 403,000 votes. Lincoln received 30,503, 75.8 percent, of the votes cast by soldiers. Since the last election in 1860, the Electoral College added three new states Kansas, West Virginia, and Nevada, all free-soil states. In the Electoral College Lincoln received 212 of the 233 votes. Lincoln won all but 3 of the 25 states convening in the Electoral College, losing New Jersey, Delaware, and Kentucky. Election 1864 Newspaper - The Campaign Dial 404 pages of The Campaign Dial newspaper, consisting of all 51 issues published. The paper was published from September 8, 1864 to November 5, 1864. The Campaign Dial had higher production value than other campaign newspapers of the era. It was published daily except on Sunday. At a time when many major newspapers were only 4 pages, The Campaign Dial was 8 pages. The front page of most issues contained an illustration. Download for free the 38 page paper written by historian Gary L. Bunker for the Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association concerning The Campaign Dial at: The Campaign Dial A Premier Lincoln Campaign Paper, 1864 by Gary L. Bunker.pdf. It contains a week-by-week analysis of the content of the newspaper. Election 1860 Newspaper - The Kentucky Campaign In addition to the 518 pages described above, this collection includes 24 pages, 3 issues, of the Southern Democrat campaign newspaper The Kentucky Campaign, which was in support of John C. Breckinridge for president. The slogan of the newspaper was a Breckinridge quote, "The constitution on equality of the States! These are symbols of everlasting union. Let these be the rally cry of the people."
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