WELCOME TO THE HOME OF GOOD SPEECHWRITING
WELCOME TO THE HOME OF GOOD SPEECH WRITING
Love is supposed to be shared.
So, here I am, sharing my love of speechwriting with you.
Glossophobia (noun): ‘the fear of public speaking’.
Do you fear giving speeches? You’re not alone. Many people do. People fear being judged, not convincing the audience of their point of view and coming across as lacking expertise. Does that sound like you?
Much of this fear can be put to rest with a well-prepared speech. A speech that gives the audience goosebumps. That makes them clap their hands hard and fast. That inspires them to be better, to do better.
But if you’ve never written a speech before (or have only ever written a few), how do you have the skills and expertise to write a speech like that? You could spend months reading books or trawling the internet for articles and blogs about writing speeches. You could painstakingly read through all the greatest speeches in history.
Or there’s a better option, an easier option, a quicker option. You could learn how to write speeches from me — from someone who has written speeches for Prime Ministers, CEOs and keynote speakers.
Welcome to my little home on the internet, the home of good speechwriting. I’m so pleased that you’re here.
I’ve written speeches for Prime Ministers, CEOs and keynote speakers.
But what you really need to know is that I’m passionate about helping others become better communicators because communication is key to making this world a better place.
I want to share with you everything I know about speechwriting. I want to make sure when you take that stage to deliver your next speech, you get your message heard.
Good speeches can shape and change the world, and I’m here to help you deliver those types of speeches.
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