Let Me Teach You How to Write Speeches
Meet me in September, online.
Take my speechwriting course next month.
We'll do it online Tuesday through Friday, September 14-17, in a two-hour session each day.
This is the famous/infamous course I've been teaching for years, the one you may have heard about.
I'll show you how to write a speech from concept through completion -- no more guesswork, no more hoping it "sounds" right, no more wondering when you're finished or how you ought to begin.
I've written speeches for CEOs, presidential candidates, cabinet officials, and c-suite leaders at organizations such as McDonald's, Sprint, Verizon, Forbes, Disney, Dell, the United States Navy -- and more than a few I'm not allowed to name here.
(I've also written nearly two-dozen short plays, most produced on New York City stages, a handful of award-winning screenplays, and the non-fiction bestseller The Molecule of More.)
If you'd like to see some of the specifics of what we'll cover in my speechwriting course, click here for a daily agenda.
I don't write the way other people write. I don't teach the way other people teach. What matters is helping you acquire practical skills you can start using right away, and doing that in a way that keeps you engaged at every turn.
Let's do this. Click here for details, or to sign up.
P.S. Let's say you're not a speechwriter and you don't want to be one.
The TV show House was created by a White House speechwriter.
Actor and author (and my mentor for years) Ben Stein was a speechwriter.
Lots of magazine writers and TV personalities you know were speechwriters.
If you aspire to any of those things -- or just to write better in business and PR -- there's plenty in this course for you. I hope to see you there.