<div style=”transition: none 0s ease 0s; display: block;” data-rss-type=”text”> n n If you want people to walk away from your speech inspired and motivated to take action, then follow my top 5 tips below to ensure your speech covers all the good stuff:n n <div> n <br/> n </div> n <div> n <b> n <font style=”color: rgb(249, 14, 159);”> n n Make It Meaningfuln n </font> n </b> n </div> n <div> n n How do you want your audience to feel during and after your speech? What do you want them to remember? What actions would you like your audience to take? Brainstorm how you’d like your speech to impact others before you actually start writing your speech.n n </div> n <div> n <br/> n </div> n <div> n <b> n <font style=”color: rgb(249, 14, 159);”> n n Tell Them What You’re Going to Tell Themn n </font> n </b> n </div> n <div> n n This might seem self-explanatory, but we always want to preface our speech by letting the audience know what they will learn from our presentation. Make sure to include a short-but-sweet introduction to ensure that your audience knows what to expect and to listen closely if this is something they need to learn.n n </div> n <div> n <br/> n </div> n <div> n <b> n <font style=”color: rgb(249, 14, 159);”> n n Get to the Pointn n </font> n </b> n </div> n <div> n n Sometimes writing out a speech can take us in circles and we have a million ideas and examples that we’d like to use to drive our point. However, we have to keep in mind that we don’t have all day and we really want to help our audience understand the goal with small, actionable steps they can implement right away. n n </div> n <div> n <br/> n </div> n <div> n n The key to doing this is to understand the ultimate goal and work backwards. Then pick only two or three supporting points and a couple of good examples to share with the audience. A good acronym to remember in writing your speech is K.I.S.S. – Keep It Simple and Succinct.n n </div> n <div> n <br/> n </div> n <div> n <b> n <font style=”color: rgb(249, 14, 159);”> n n Get Creativen n </font> n </b> n </div> n <div> n n While not every topic under the sun is something to get excited about (like the Pythagorean theorem), at least try to add a little spice to your presentation. Make a plan to get your audience hyped up about the topic, even if it is a complicated, mathematical equation! How can you add your own creative spin on the topic? How can you get an indifferent audience to care about a complicated issue? That’s what you have to take into account.n n </div> n <div> n <br/> n </div> n <div> n <span style=””> n <b> n <font style=”color: rgb(249, 14, 159);”> n n Connect Deepern n </font> n </b> n </span> n </div> n <div> n n Just because you might not know everyone in the audience personally doesn’t mean you can’t connect with them personally. When you’re writing your speech, tell stories and use poetic language or rhythms to drive your points. Language is the ultimate tool that connects people to each other. Instead of using really drab, technical language, make it a point to use descriptive language and connect with your audience’s feelings about the topic. This will help them to relate to you and the issues presented.n n </div> n <div> n <br/> n </div> n <div> n n Hopefully these tips help you write your next speech! Need more help getting started with public speaking? Check outn n <a href=”httpss://www.perfectpitchesbyprecious.com/store/” target=”_blank”> n n my servicesn n </a> n n and let’s go!n n </div> n</div>