If you have to speak publicly, you need to remember several instructions: first, choose a topic in which you somehow understand, or understand what problems need to be raised; secondly, look for quality literature or contact cheap ghostwriters for hire to be sure of the quality of the content; third, let someone proofread your text; fourthly, not to worry, come to the venue and get acquainted with the new situation.
Last summer I enjoyed my second work experience placement at The Liverpool Echo. While I was there, I had an unexpected and life-affirming experience. Here’s my speech about the incredible act of goodwill I encountered during my time there, which turned a seemingly ordinary two weeks into a summer I’ll never forget.
I gave this speech at Yorkshire’s renowned public speaking phenomenon, ‘Bettakultcha.’ It invites anyone and everyone to give a speech on any topic of their choice. What’s the catch? Stick to five minutes only, with 20 automated slides lasting 15 seconds each. Click on this link to get involved!