Speaker Frank Miller suggests there are different purposes for how you make your speech points:
- Emphasis - saying something once emphasizes it "That was a great idea!"
- Comparison - saying something twice compare two ideas "We have to make a Yes/No decision for our upcoming trip."
- Completeness - saying something three times makes an idea feel "complete" "Here I am, signed, sealed, delivered: I'm yours!
- List - once you mention four or more ideas, you are listing things "Make sure you take your coat, scarf, gloves, and boots on our Canadian Winter trip."
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