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Malcom Brown

Teachers | Principals | Leaders | Educators | Presenters

 

Let’s not get too complicated about this – giving a job to a speechwriter is all about saving yourself time. You can do it yourself, but you have many priorities. And you’ve probably written lots of speeches over the years. So to prepare another one is really no issue. It’s just that you need some considerable quiet time to review the content, think of the message, and then write and rewrite the speech.  The thing about having ‘considerable quiet time’ is the issue. Isn’t it?

These days, that space in time can’t always be scheduled. Speechwriting is something that can be outsourced, to the right professional.

I’ve helped many teachers and others with some great speeches. So if you need to outsource this task, get in touch, send me a brief, tell me what you need. I’ll be happy to get it all together and send you a quality product that will have an impact on your audience.

Graduation | Presentation | Farewell | Wedding | Celebration | Keynote

 

I write speeches for Principals, AP’s, teachers and faculty heads (my busiest time is at the end of the year – graduation time!)

I also write speeches for anniversary celebrations, keynotes, compere running sheets, lectures, and so on. I’m sure you get the idea.

People always ask whether I can insert some humour in to the speeches. Yes is the answer and that comes easy for me. But of course I’ll need to know your humour style for gags to work. I understand the risk.

My biggest asset is the ability to produce a quality product within a tight a deadline. Most people come to me to write a speech just when the deadline is looming, and the ‘considerable quiet time’ hasn’t occurred. Again, all understand. I can help.

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