Five Easy Ways To Jumpstart Writing Your Speech
If you’re feeling a sense of dread that you’ve been asked to make a speech, you’re not alone. These tips may be just what you need!
If you’ve been asked to make a speech, it may be tempting to turn to the Internet for help. But here's why it's not a good idea.
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The speech you give at a Bar/Bat Mitzvah service shouldn't follow the same rules as a speech given at the party. Here's why.
Mazel tov! Your child is becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah, experiencing a meaningful Jewish rite of passage and marking an important day for your family. You have likely spent months or years planning every detail of the event, from the service to the party and everything in between. It’s a day full of joy and celebration, and the speech or toast you give your child should reflect that. You may rejoice at the opportunity to speak about your child, while others struggle to tran
You have been asked to make a speech. Whether it’s for your brother’s wedding, daughter’s Bat Mitzvah, grandma’s 90th birthday or your boss’ retirement party, you will be standing in front of a group of people who will be listening to what you have to say. A common question I hear again and again is: Where do I start? First, remember that you should talk for no more than five minutes. If you can keep it to three, even better. Like James Roosevelt said, “Father gave me the