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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How many speeches describe the guest of honor with a laundry list of adjectives (caring, beautiful, loyal, kind) that seem like they’re pluc
With Election Day happening tomorrow, most of the country has heard its fair share of political speeches. Some of these speeches have been truly noteworthy (like Michelle Obama’s speech at the DNC convention), while others you wish you could hit the rewind button and undo hearing altogether (like most of Trump’s rhetoric). And like with most things, you tend to remember the really good ones and try your best to forget the really bad ones. The same can be said about wedding
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