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8 STEPS FOR CREATING

GREAT SPEECHES


Decide on your MESSAGE


“LIFE’S TOO SHORT”


ERICK


Set your objectives


PERSUADE MOTIVATE INFORM

ENTERTAIN


Entertain

Entertain


Persuade


STORYSTORM


STORYSTORMING The 12 to 3 Rule Collect STORIES


THE A.C.I.D TEST


SIMILE

HAPPINESS

TASTE

STORIES

VOICE

CONTRAST

SADNESS

SMELL

QUOTES

THE PAUSE

RHYME

ANGER

SIGHT

PROPS

GESTURES

ECHO

FEAR

HEARING

ASK A QUESTION

FACIAL EXPRESSIONS

ALLITERATION

SURPRISE

TOUCH

HUMOUR

BODY LANGUAGE

DISGUST

AUDIENCE INVOLVEMENT

DIALOGUE

ENJOY

METAPHOR


Write and Rewrite


G.S.R. Guide N O O F

15 10

R E W R I T E S

5 1

Should be Committed Very Very Committed Very Committed Committed


I like gum


Make your speech A little bit DIRTY


ADD THE IMFERPECTIONS 1. CRUTCH words 2. PAUSE in middle of sentence...... as if searching for the right word 3. REPEAT part of your sentence 4. REPEAT YOUR POINT using different words


record

record

record

record


Keep

Learning Keep

Evaluating Keep getting

Feedback


8 STEPS FOR CREATING

GREAT SPEECHES


http://d71.org/docs/Conferences/2010autumn/8StepsForGreatSpeeches