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Tip Jul 2012 - "Tip: How to Give a Good Speech"

Tip Jul 2012 - "Tip: How to Give a Good Speech"

Tip Jul 2012 - "Tip: How to Give a Good Speech"

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Tip: How to Give a Good Speech



The recent commencement speech by David McCullough demonstrates how powerful the spoken word can be. The Wellesley High School English teacher gave the commencement address that rapidly gained notoriety as the “You Are Not Special” speech. McCullough was quoted – frequently out-of-context – throughout major media outlets. Most of us probably don’t want to see our remarks on the editorial page, but we do want to give a good speech. We want to keep our audience’s attention and convey our message well. We might not aspire to hit the news headlines, but we don’t want to appear less than competent. For many people, public speaking is a daunting prospect; for others, it’s downright terrifying. With some preparation and planning, giving a talk in public doesn’t have to be an ordeal. It can be a valuable opportunity to make a positive impression, to open doors and to network in your community or industry. Put aside the idea that only certain people are good at speaking in public. Almost anyone can do a good job; however, it does require some effort.


 


 


 



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