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!
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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