Don't drop the mic : the power of your words can change the world / T.D. Jakes with Dr. Frank Thomas.
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|Bethlehem Main Library||230.01 (Text)||33062009447567||New Adult Non-Fiction||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 9781455595358
- ISBN: 1455595357
- Physical Description: vii, 452 pages ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Faith Words, 
- Copyright: ©2021
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Introduction: The voice of hope. The gift of speech ; Own the fear factor ; Preach but don't preach -- The legacy of language. Find the joint! ; The process of preaching ; Where does it hurt? -- The promise of practice. Every shot is the only one you have ; Learn the grammar of body language ; The pregnant pause -- The discovery of delivery. Tour guides and trailblazers ; Sound check ; Keep your cool when the mic is hot -- The meal in the message. The recipe / by Dr. Frank Thomas ; The ingredients / by Dr. Frank Thomas ; The taste / by Dr. Frank Thomas -- Appendix: Analysis of Bishop Jakes's sermon "I didn't know I was me," / by Dr. Frank Thomas.
"In Don't Drop the Mic, Bishop Jakes speaks to readers about communication and how the ways we speak and interact with others can be part of our everyday ministries. He helps readers understand: Why the way we speak and the words we use matter How speaking well, no matter your topic or audience, improves your chances of getting the result you want How to craft your message, whether it's a simple email or a speech under the spotlights, to connect with listeners Why good communication is important for building connection and community How sharing God's Word produces abundant fruit Drawing lessons from Scripture and his own life, Jakes gives career advice for those who have or want to grow into a speaking career, but he also provides clear direction and insight for everyone who gives presentations, writes emails, or talks to other people in their job or home life. There will be practical advice about how to craft insightful and meaningful communications, but the heart of this book is really about how we can communicate more clearly to build community and share the hope of Christ in our everyday lives. The more adept we become at using all available resources to convey our message, the greater our impact. From lovers to litigators, entrepreneurs to entertainers, and bloggers to board members, we all want to communicate more effectively, intimately, and efficiently. Whether you're interviewing for a new position, proposing a new business plan, auditioning for a performance, delivering a report for your committee, teaching Sunday school, or sharing your heart with a loved one, this book will help"-- Provided by publisher.
Jakes has been speaking in front of audiences for decades, and over the years he has learned a thing or two about communicating with audiences. Here he shares the wisdom and skills he has learned to help readers communicate better themselves. Drawing lessons from Scripture and his own life, Jakes provides clear direction and insight for everyone who gives presentations, writes emails, or talks to other people in their job or home life. -- adapted from jacket
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