To speak with influence, practiced speakers combine strategy and tactics. So learn both! Here’s how to outline a speech for a great performance.
How good are you at setting out your ideas? We don’t mean talking points (which we’ll get to). We mean your ability to set out your full thinking logically and powerfully, then conveying it strongly to others.
If that sounds to you like the way to prepare and execute an effective speech or presentation, you’re right.
What we're talking about here is an outline—actually, two outlines. And the distinction between them makes all the difference when it comes to performing dynamically for an audience.
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