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Little Known Secret of Motivational Speaking… PLAN Your Motivational Speech BEFORE You Write It

My eleventh grade English teacher’s nasally whine still echoes in my head, “Welcome back. Get out a piece of paper and come up with a 500 word essay on what you did this Spring Break. Get to it!.”And I would stare at that blank piece of paper with no clue of what things to write or what to admit (I was a little foggy on the laws concerning extradition). Then I’d begin to perspire. I would tentatively grab my pencil and start to write, less than confident that anything worthwhile would come out of me. I felt like I was using every random word that came to mind. I had one desire: to get through it. That’s when my handwriting got very large and I started describing the alligator that I allegedly wrestled (follow that spring break theme) as “super, super, super” big. It’s no wonder so many people hate to write.They were never taught how. They were never trained that something as simple as organizing your narrative to begin with, would make the project much simpler, and even (even) enjoyable.… Continue reading - Little Known Secret of Motivational Speaking... PLAN Your Motivational Speech BEFORE You Write It >>