February 16, 2014

I've heard that before somewhere...

Fellow speaker,

Author Jeremy Donovan's in depth study of World Champion speakers suggests using a callback at the end of your speech to link back to your introduction.  A callback is mentioning something in your speech that was originally said previously (either in your speech or in some other situation).  By calling back to your introduction at the end of your speech, you link your introduction and conclusion and underline your speech's point.

Calling back,

Tim Wilson
Professional Speech Coach
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