Public Speaking in the Age of the Great Disconnect

New Yorker and New York Times magazine writer John Bowe discusses his upcoming book I Have Something to Say: Learning the Art of Public Speaking in the Age of the Great Disconnect.

In 2010, Bowe, a former sufferer of speech anxiety, discovered Toastmasters and the Ancient Greek teachings of public speaking. “The Greeks taught speech to every single member of the educated classes. It was basically like installing your operating system. You weren’t considered human if you couldn’t express yourself.” Learn how learning the art of public speaking can change your life.











When: Thu., Oct. 17, 2019 at 7:00 pm
Where: 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave.
212-415-5500
Price: $29
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New Yorker and New York Times magazine writer John Bowe discusses his upcoming book I Have Something to Say: Learning the Art of Public Speaking in the Age of the Great Disconnect.

In 2010, Bowe, a former sufferer of speech anxiety, discovered Toastmasters and the Ancient Greek teachings of public speaking. “The Greeks taught speech to every single member of the educated classes. It was basically like installing your operating system. You weren’t considered human if you couldn’t express yourself.” Learn how learning the art of public speaking can change your life.

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