April 26, 2018 11:00 am Published by

In this episode you will learn a public speaking technique called ‘Alliteration’. This is where you combine two or more words in your speech that start in the same way. For example: ‘Dirty Dancing’, ‘Sweet Song’, ‘Blue Bird’.

It is easy to add alliteration into your speeches and feels like music to the ears of the listener, because your speech will sound more structured, fun and engaging.

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In the next episode I will be sharing a technique on adding a ‘Call to Action’ in your speeches.

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