This third chapter of Elaine Cogan’s book, How to Talk to (Almost) Anyone About (Almost) Anything: Public Speaking for the Non-Public Speaker provides the reader with the concrete tools to design and deliver a speech in a manner than keeps the audience engaged the entire time.
Elaine shows us how to prepare a speech through a week-by-week process that helps us identify important ideas, find the best ways to convey them, and develop an excellent delivery.
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I am an urban planner, economic development specialist and public participation facilitator. I specialize in economic development analysis and strategic planning for communities' long-term economic health. A lot of times, I refer to this as Sustainable Economic Development or a Wise Economy, because I am convinced that communities need to plan proactively for their long-term economic vitality, and I have spent most of my professional life trying to help communities make that happen.
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