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Power of Three and many examples you have heard of before!

The rule of three is powerful speechwriting technique that you should learn, practice, and master.

For more details and examples, read this article

The Speech that made Obama President

Identify use of

  1. Power of Three (examples/phrases/words in groups of three)
  2. Stories (Personal stories)
  3. Reason (because)

Selling: Launch of first IPod in 2001

Authoritative/Imaginative: Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.

In the following video

  1. Identify use of PPF – Past, Present comparisons
  2. Identify use of Tell a Story, Make a Point

Speaking without PREParation!

In the following video of Lee Kuan Yew.

  1. Identify use of PREP – Point Reason Example PointAgain
  2. Identify use of PPF – Past, Present, Future
  3. Identify use of Tell a Story, Make a Point

Confidence building


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Fear Death, not public speaking

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Your Body Language shapes who you are – Amy Cuddy

This is one of the most popular videos on TED. Watch how she supports her argument with examples, stories, studies.

More importantly she uses FUNDA very clearly. (To know more about FUNDA check out  www.52PRIMESpeakingTips.com)

Feel: You need to watch their body language

Unveil: Research findings, two minute high power postures that boosts confidence

Notice: photos of people waiting for job interviews, examples from animals/birds

Do: Try this 2 minute high power posture

Achieve: You will instantly boost your self-confidence before an important meeting

Power of Introverts – Susan Cain

If you ever felt you were inferior because you are an introvert, the video below is for you. 

UNLOCK THE POWER OF FIVE: 5 Core skills you need to have