The definitive sourcebook for becoming your public best on the job, in interviews, at meetings, and in the media, from the expert of choice for six U.S. Presidents from Kennedy to Clinton. Addressing the most often-asked questions, Lillian Brown distills 40 years of "insider" experience, as a consultant for such notables as John F. Kennedy, Diane Sawyer, Dan Rather, and Al Gore, providing no-nonsense advice for men and women in any stage of their career and life on: Personal appearanceclothes, accessories, hair, makeup, and travel wardrobes. Voice improvementprojection, expression, speech problems and accents, breathing techniques, and care of the voice. Public speakingpreparation, stage fright, jokes and the use of humor, body language, and hiring speechwriters. Handling the mediaholding a press conference, answering difficult questions, conducting an interview, and being photographed. Appearing on televisionlanguage, taking camera and time cues, using a prompter, and looking good on camera.