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1. What does N. Richard Diller say about what acts as the very life blood of an industrial communication system?
talk, type of talk, amount of talk, atmosphere of the talk
2. What four activities come closest to that of public speaking?
discussions, decision-making, problem-solving, policy-formulating conferences
3. What types of elements will guarantee the idea's life in the final stage of solution?
earnestness and enthusiasm
4. When does Dale Carnegie suggest you begin applying what you have learned in his book?
5. If you analyze the speaking that you do every day, you will be amazed with what similarity?
everday speaking and formal communication
6. What is the first suggestion Carnegie gives in applying what you have learned?
use specific detail in everyday conversation
7. Again, putting detail in your talk will do what to your ideas?
make them come alive
8. What must you have first before you can begin developing your conversational skills?
9. What is the second suggestion Carnegie gives in applying what you have learned?
use effective speaking techniques in your job
10. When Carnegie says that this skill of effective speaking is by no means limited to formal speaking, what does he mean?
it can be used every day by everyone
11. What is the third suggestion Carnegie gives in applying what you have learned?
seek opportunities to speak in public
12. What are some suggestions given for you to seek opportunities to speak in public?
join a club, get involved
13. What is the fourth suggestion Carnegie gives in applying what you have learned?
you must persist
14. Carnegie says that we do not improve gradually. How do we improve?
by waves
15. Those who have grit persistence will find what suddenly, almost overnight, without knowing how or why?
they have made great progress
16. What did Lincoln say to the young man who aspired to study law?
because he was resolutely determined, he is more than half way there
17. What are some of the things Lincoln did to practice speaking?
he practiced everywhere, in the fields, etc…
18. What did Theodore Roosevelt do to make his troubles easier when he attempted to find solutions?
what would Lincoln do?
19. What is the fifth suggestion Carnegie gives in applying what you have learned?
Keep the certainty of reward before you
20. Relying on the wisdom of William James, Carnegie suggests that if you keep right on practicing intelligently, what will happen?
might wake up one of the most competant speakers in town
21. For the most part, what are the people like who have gained self-confidence and spoken effectively in public?
ordinary people you find in your hometown
22. What does John D. Rockefeller, Sr. say is the first essential for success in business?
patience and that the reward is certain
23. How well you succeed is largely determined by thoughts you have prior to speaking. You should see yourself doing what?
see yourself speaking with perfect self control
24. Emerson said that "nothing was ever achieved without ________."
25. What are some of the things Dale Carnegie suggests, as identified in the course manual, will happen to the students who take his courses?
Sense of inner power, courage and calm