Writers Write creates and shares writing resources. In this post, we share our complete speechwriting series to help you become a better speechwriter.
‘If you have an important point to make, don’t try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time – a tremendous whack.’ – Winston Churchill
Last year I wrote a series on how to write speeches. People ask me for tips on the subject regularly, so I thought I would list the posts sequentially.
In the series I include: what your audience wants from a speech; how to write a speech; how to deliver a speech; examples of brilliant speeches and why they work; and a checklist to tie them all together.
The Complete Speechwriting Series
Part One: What Your Audience Wants
Part Two: How To Write The Speech
Part Three: How To Deliver The Speech
Part Four: Famous Speeches And Why They Work
Part Five: The Speechwriter’s Checklist
More Posts On Writing Speeches
- 7 Reasons Why You Need Quotations When You Write A Speech
- 5 Storytelling Tips For Speech Writers To Remember
I hope all of these posts help you write a great speech.
If you need to write speeches, you should attend this course: Can I Change Your Mind?