Think about the Audience
Begin the audience all the time. What do they know about you? What do they know about you? Do you expect anything you talk about? Do you expect anything? What are you aware of? Before you start writing, you have to ask yourself these questions. Only if you cover the most interesting points for your audience will your speech be successful.
Select the key ideas
It’s a great long time to speak for 7-15 minutes. This time, 5 to 7 ideas will be presented. Let your mind wander for a minute to choose the key points for your speech. If you have more than 7 ideas, examine your notes and substitute the new ones for those weak points. You can perfect your speech by suggesting that we can deal with 7 things at once, plus or minus two, in our heads.
Create Bridges between the Points
When you have selected the key points, you need to logically connect them. Please note the bridge to the next at the end of each point. These crossroads help you to connect and make your story consistent and logical. It will therefore be much easier to follow your thoughts for your audience.
Pretend You Are Chatting with a Friend
The most important piece of advice is that the bigger the audience, the higher is the sense of intimacy. You must therefore write to a close friend in a manner that you talk to. All in the group will feel that you talk to them and you talk to them alone. It is very important to make your speech more memorable and to build the appearance of closeness.
Check Your Speech for Logical Coherence
Identify your main points and arguments easily for your audience. The person who will read or listen to your speech should be made aware of all the details. Make sure that your speech is reviewed and the overall flow improved. Consider also using the right words to keep your audience up-to-date. Make all the changes needed to make the speech perfect.
Now that in just a few minutes you know how to prepare a speech, start writing! Remember to start your speech with something that will attract your audience’s attention immediately and listen to you until the end.