"1. "The Three Toughest Presentations" by Nick Morgan; 2. "The Key to Making Better Presentations: Audience Analysis," by Michael Hattersley; 3. "Build a Presentation That Motivates," by Nick Morgan; 4. "Coping with Stagefright: How to Turn Terror into Dynamic Speaking," by John Daly and Isa Engleberg; 5. "Are Your Presentations Inspiring? One of the Great Speeches of History Offers Some Surprising Lessons"; 6. "Five Winning Ways to Begin a Presentation, Six Ways to Grab Your Audience Right from the Start," by Beverly Ballaro; 7. "Are You Listening to Me? Here's How to Get Your Audience to Tune In," by Richard Bierck; 8. "You Are the Best Visual: Use Your Own Physical Presence to Drive Home Your Presentation's Point," by Judith Humphrey; 9. "Handling Q&A: Five Kinds of Listening"; 10. "Impromptu Speaking: The Secret Is to Prepare For Spontaneity," by Cheryl Wiles; 11. "Six Ways to Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking," by Mike Grenby; 12. "Presentations 101: Don't Make These Common Mistakes," by John Clayton; 13. "Presentations That Appeal to All Your Listeners: Make Sure Your Talk Is Geared Toward the Three 14. Learning Styles and Levels," "How to Make Even Weak Speeches Great: The Key Is Using Your Physical Presence to Create Trust," by Nick Morgan; 15. "The Ten Commandments of Presentations"