Motivational Speeches For Students Written By Famous Speech Writers
Anyone whose seen a boring speech and couldn't wait to get out of there knows the trauma a speech that isn't set up and delivered correctly can bring to the listeners. It does no good to give a speech if nobody takes anything away from it. You don't necessarily have to give a speech you wrote, however. Many motivational speeches for students have been written by others and reenacted by students to bring inspiration to their peers.
Everyone loves an inspirational speech. If you've ever heard a great speach on TV and wanted to repeat it to your friends, you really should take the opportunity and the initiative to memorize it and one day out of the blue start quoting the speech with personality. You'd be amazed at how quickly and intentively your peers will stop what they are doing and look up to hear what you have to say. If they recognize it they will really want to hear it- to hear how your rendition of it goes. That's the power of a good speech actually. A good speech will sound great in many different renditions of it's original. The words on paper are just words until someone speaks them aloud and shares the message in their own unique way!
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Seven Secrets to Creating an Engaging, Entertaining, and Persuasive Speech
By Ed Sykes
Just as spices make your favorite meals more delicious to eat, vocal variety, the way we use our voice, vocal rates, pitch, tone, pausing, makes your presentation appetizing to the audience's ear. When using a monotone voice to convey your message, you will lose your audience and your message will lose its power. When you use vocal variety in your presentation, you create a more engaging, entertaining, and persuasive audience experience. Learn the seven secrets to developing your vocal variety and giving an outstanding presentation every time.
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Motivational Speaking - Connect, Persuade & Inspire Through Eye Contact
By Christopher Babson
If you don't connect and develop relationship and pathos with the audience, you're dead in the water. If you do, you can take your audience (and, interestingly enough, yourself) to great heights.
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