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Tristan Saggese Saggese itibaren Deopuri, Chhattisgarh 492015, Hindistan itibaren Deopuri, Chhattisgarh 492015, Hindistan

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Tristan Saggese Saggese itibaren Deopuri, Chhattisgarh 492015, Hindistan

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I watched the video of this book and it was very moving, very inspiring. It was narrated by Michael Clarke Duncan with music in the background, interspersed with sound bites from some of Dr. King's most famous speeches. Although this is technically a children's picture book, I would recommend the book and/or the video, which is very short, to everyone. I think teenagers especially would benefit from reading/viewing it as it emphasizes Dr. King's basic tenets - non-violent social change and love and peace overcoming hate.

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‘Divine Knowledge Transfer’ by Kelly Libatique is superb! From the moment I started reading, I couldn’t put it down. I found myself scrambling to take notes because of the wealth of information presented in the book. The author says “One of the most powerful ways to communicate and transfer knowledge is to use stories” and that is exactly what he does. Libatique’s many great stories help the reader connect with him on a personal level, and the stories complement the messages he is delivering. His writing style is down to earth and very easy to read. The nice thing about this book is that it is beneficial to everyone, not just public speakers. The techniques in this book will help you at work, school, family functions, and basically with anything that requires good communication skills to bring a message across. And to make things even simpler, each chapter ends with a summary recapping all the key points which is great for quick ‘cheat notes’ With my black suit and red tie on, Divine Knowledge Transfer has given me the confidence, tools, and techniques I need to give a ‘kick ass’ presentation. Definitely a book I need to read again.