My latest book, The Encore Effect: How to Achieve Remarkable Performance in Anything You Do provides both a philosophy and specific practices for achieving remarkable–or more remarkable–performance in anything you do, whether at home or work, selling, providing customer service, leading, making a presentation or whatever important performance you choose.
It isn’t a public speaking book. While the principles apply to speaking, that isn’t the focus of the book.
That becomes apparent when you read the book, but at least one reviewer didn’t think it was a very good book about public speaking. It isn’t, because it isn’t just about public speaking.
Principles are transferable. That means that the performance principles I write about can be used wherever they will benefit you. I use a myriad of different examples throughout the book to help drive this point home.
If you’re looking for a book specifically about public speaking, I can suggest some good ones. If on the other hand you’re looking for a way to take your performance “2LU” (two levels up), I believe The Encore Effect will be most helpful.