Listen And Believe Me


In the fragile world of communications, in which the opportunities to misspeak are multifarious and the consequences of doing so are complex and profound, it’s a blessing to have so comprehensive a handbook as David Bartlett’s Making Your Point.

The ability to anticipate the consequences of each statement we make in public is, frankly, an art form. But like all art, it’s grounded in sound technique. Modern communications techniques, and the extensive and rapidly growing new media that broadcasts every statement from the most profound to the most trivial, brings a risk that can be beyond the ken of even the smartest of us. Thus the art of communication, in this morass of the public world in which we live, demands an artist, and certainly a professional in communications skills. Cherish, then, the public relations professional who knows his business.

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