for a strong, fast pick-me-up
If need to write a speech for yourself or for someone else – you can learn a lot from the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster speech delivered by President Ronald Reagan in 1986.
When I train writers in speechwriting – this is one of the speeches I often refer to.
I refer to it for so many reasons :
I write as an Australian speechwriter and writing trainer – writing this “from afar” – yet this detachment can give you an unbiased analysis.
This post is about how you can plan your speech so your speech achieves it’s purpose.
The great resource for Speeches – American Rhetoric – lists The Challenger speech as one of the greatest in history.
There’s a link at the end this – post so you can watch the video…
View original post 471 more words