Early reviews of Confessions of a Public Speaker

by Scott | 9/30/2009

The book is on the home stretch.  Copyediting is done, the galleys are being reviewed. And most important perhaps, some early praise has been rolling in. In just a few weeks it will be on sale and in stores.

“Berkun tells it like it is. Whether you’re speaking to 10 or 1000 people, you will gain insights to take your presentation skills to the next level. It’s a rare book that will make you think AND laugh.”
Tony Hsieh, CEO Zappos

A fresh, fun, memorable take on the most critical thing: what we say.Highly recommended.”
Chris Anderson, Editor-In-Chief, Wired magazine

“The definitive guidebook for every speaker.. the most useful fun book I’ve ever read on anything.”
Bob Sutton, Professor of Management at Stanford University

“Smart, funny, and provocative, Scott Berkun’s ‘Confessions’ puts an very modern and wholly relevant spin on the fine art of public speaking.”
Suzy Welch, Best selling author and public speaker

“Loved it! This is a very informative and entertaining look at the important art of public speaking. Anyone who speaks for a living— including teachers — will greatly benefit from this book.”
Garr Reynolds, Author of Presentation Zen

“…packed with invaluable tips and advice — gold dust for anyone who ever has to talk to a crowd. If only there was a way I could send a copy to myself ten years ago!”
- Tom Standage, business editor for The Economist

A sample chapter will coming soon, but you can pre-order on amazon right now.

3 Responses to “Early reviews of Confessions of a Public Speaker”

  1. Olivia Mitchell Says:

    Hi Scott
    You’ve whetted my appetite with those wonderful endorsements. Look forward to the book coming out.

  2. Lee Potts Says:

    I’m also looking forward to it. Like a lot of other people, I’m a sucker for a really good story.

  3. Public Speaking Courses Says:

    Sounds interesting……………

    I’ll keep an eye out for it.


    Darren Fleming
    Australia’s Corporate Speech Coach

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