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For many, the fear of speaking to a group is a real impediment to success. Richard Zeoli understands these fears, and he knows that gimmicks and tricks won't help. He has developed methods of preparation that are easy to understand and without gimmick. His seven principles—Perception, Perfection, Visualization, Discipline, Description, Inspiration, and Anticipation—all offer important lessons and practical instruction. For example, under "Perfection" Zeoli explains that everyone makes mistakes and that most people in a presentation will never notice an error. So stop worrying! This is a handbook that can help anyone become a better speaker, a more confident person, and a real success.
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Richard Žemlička (born April 13, 1964) played on 1992 Bronze Medal winning Olympic ice hockey team for Czechoslovakia.
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