6 Books Every Public Speaking Guru Has Read


There are millions of stellar books in the world. The trick is figuring out which ones are the must-reads—and finding the time to read them. If you’re as busy as I am, that can take some doing. But there are books out there that public speaking experts consistently recommend.

To save you time and hassle, I’ve done some digging to find the six most recommended public speaking books of all time. These are top picks from Amazon, Goodreads, and public speaking book roundups from all around the Web. Check out the list to make sure you’ve read them all. And if you’re keen to pass a little knowledge on to your students, this list is a great place to start.


1. The Art of Public Speaking—Dale Carnegie

No list of public speaking books is complete without Dale Carnegie. He may have been writing in the early 1900s, but his work and his advice are far from outdated.

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