Amazing Speech for Any Occasion - Deepstash

Amazing Speech for Any Occasion

1. Prepare on your:

  • Kind of speech - What is this speech for?
  • Audience - Who are they and what are their interests?
  • Impact - What do I want my audience to feel?
  • Point of View - What are my perspectives on this topic?
2. Organize. Follow a framework to keep yourself and your audience focused: introduction, preview, body, recap, Q&As, conclusion.

3. Present with Passion. Don't just stand the entire speech, deliver it with some compassion, humor, and style.

3

STASHED IN:

166

STASHED IN:

0 Comments

MORE IDEAS FROM How to Write an Amazing Speech for Any Occasion

  1. Attention-Getting Introduction - Use something that will quickly grab your audience. A quote, story, question, or statistic
  2. Preview - Tell your listeners what's coming in your speech.
  3. Points 1 Through 3 - branch out your topic and include some evidences or expert citations for it to resonate.
  4. Recap - A short review of what you told them.
  5. Q&A -This is to help you deal with anything that comes up from your audience and be able to conclude on your own terms.
  6. Closer - End with a stirring statement that's memorable

4

STASHED IN:

160

Deepstash helps you become inspired, wiser and productive, through bite-sized ideas from the best articles, books and videos out there.

GET THE APP:

RELATED IDEA

What is a speech?

Just like essays, speeches have three main sections:

  • Introduction
  • Body
  • Conclusion

However, unlike essays, speeches must be written to be heard as opposed to read. It should contain some color, drama or humor.

3

STASHED IN:

150

The 'Uhs' and 'Ums' we naturally utter while speaking, or giving a speech, are generally considered to be a flaw, and a person who makes a lot of these pauses while giving a speech is generally considered weak, nervous, ignorant or sloppy.

But these pauses in natural human speech, called disfluencies, may not be a character flaw, but an organic feature of human speech, which is enhancing the listeners' understanding and comprehension.

3

STASHED IN:

191