Public Speaking and Speeches:

How Much Time Do YOU Have? is your one-stop public speaking help site. Most of all, though, it's a forum where we help each other out with our speeches. Get started by reading the articles on the left and right or by asking a question below!

Do you have a speech that you'd like us to take a look at? Submit the text, or even better, put a video of yourself giving the speech on YouTube then submit the video, and get free Speech Analysis and Feedback from the community.

Articles are on the left and right, full of information on how to

  • sell a product
  • make an impression
  • present information
  • get laughs
  • overcome fear
  • and anything else you might want to learn about giving speeches! (And don't forget about our free ezine.)

How to Use

You have three months to get ready for the speech, right? I know from personal experience that things don't always work that way! No matter how much time you have, there are communication techniques that will make us better at giving speeches, whatever our venue and whenever our deadlines. And so...

We cover each topic in at least three time increments.

Example: "Writing a speech in one year, one week, or one minute." Go to the spot you need the most! Later, come back to the article and read the linked information for more in-depth analysis and application. You'll get high-quality speaking content you can use over and over again. (Note: Once in a while we won't follow the 3-time-period format. When we don't, it's because the information is best presented with topical organization.)

Remember Principle #1: A person is only as effective as his communication.

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