How to Organize Your Speech – Focus on The Basics

Every successful speech begins with an underlying structure. When organizing your thoughts to create a speech or presentation, start with the basic key elements – your opening, your closing, and your premise. I explain how in this brief video and share several questions you will want to ask yourself about the make-up of your audience and what questions they will likely have going into your presentation:

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Here are a few more of the complimentary resources on to help you develop the underlying structure that is essential to a successful presentation: “Want Your Audiences to Remember What You Say? The Importance of Clear Structure,” “Everything Starts with Structure – How & Why to Create an Outline for Your Speech,” and “Even with Natural Talent, You Need Discipline – How to Cut Hair and How to Write a Speech.”

Executive Speech Coach and Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker Patricia Fripp works with individuals and companies who realize that powerful, persuasive presentation skills give them a competitive edge.


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