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What The Ancient Wisdom Of Philosophers Can Teach Us About Storytelling

Ancient Wisdom

 

Most of what I write will include a quote of some type. I am a great believer in not “reinventing the wheel” and if somebody already has stated a concept in an easy to understand way then I will include it as a quoted source. This regularly leads me to quote the ancient wisdom of deceased philosophers because I believe they still have relevance for brand storytelling today. Read more

How To Improve Your Live Streaming Event By Answering A Few Simple Questions

Live Streaming Event

 

Everywhere I go online I see a new live streaming event. Given the current global pandemic it is not surprising that everyone seems to be trying his or her hand at creating a live streaming event. In the past I have written about creating a live streaming event and now is a good time to revisit this subject. Read more

Why You Need A Clear Speech Purpose When Writing A Speech

 

What Is A Clear Speech Purpose?

I have listened to many speeches in my lifetime and nothing annoys me more than wasting time listening to a pointless speech. A speech that has no clear purpose leaves me scratching my head wondering what the speaker trying to tell me. Why did they bother to write the speech, learn it and then deliver it? Read more

5 Tips on How To End A Speech That Matters

 

The Need To End A Speech Well

The objective of delivering a speech is to influence our audience and hopefully inspire them to do or look at a subject differently. When delivering a speech, a critical point is how we end it. Read more

7 Tips on How To Start A Speech That Gets Your Audience’s Attention

How to start a speech

The Need To Start A Speech Well

When we have to make a speech we want to make a good one. We all want to make a speech that matters, a speech that will influence, educate and entertain our audience. However many of us never achieve this because we fail to start a speech well. Read more