Why the Importance of Diction isn’t Fiction

Why the Importance of Diction isn’t Fiction

Diction in public speaking can be seen as a dirty word. “Diction” often conjures visions of finishing skills for young “ladies” in a P.G. Wodehouse novel, or of BBC news announcers between the World Wars. It sounds fusty, old-fashioned, even a...
Speechwriting: The Rule of Three

Speechwriting: The Rule of Three

Speechwriters often achieve their aims through simple techniques like repetition. The science of listener attention has many rules that a speechwriter can exploit to make an audience remember or respond to a speech. (A poor speaker, of course, can sink a great speech...
How To Speak With Feeling

How To Speak With Feeling

Emotion in public speaking is like the key in a front door – it opens up the whole house. If you can convince an audience to feel the way you do about your topic, then you can  – and will – be a huge success. An audience that feels the emotional...

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