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The Secret of Success in Public Speaking Summary and Analysis

Washington says that he never ceases to be nervous before a speech but that he loves the moment he connects with his audience. He says businessmen make the best audience because they are quick to catch a point, but that he likes to speak to others as well, including college students.

He says he is asked how the school can operate while he's so often away and he attributes it to the organization itself. He says there are those who can take over any particular aspect of the operation in his absence and that he's taken the attitude that he doesn't need to do those things that others can do as well. He says he reads and relaxes on the trains during his travels, unless he's interrupted by someone who recognizes him. He...

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