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Rule of 3 - Speech Writing
How to Write a 3-Part Speech
During a week of procrastination and heading towards a hard deadline for delivering a speech at my club, I experimented with my own, personalized "Rule of Three for Motivational Speeches" method of speech writing.
For an additional challenge I decided to add a bit of fun by sprinkling repetitive groups of descriptive threes (highlighted in yellow) throughout all sections.
The result was a fun, entertaining exercise which helped not only to write the speech but in delivery to the group.
Downkoad Monster in My House (pdf)
All triple-plays highlighted in yellow.
The monster in my house.
Introduction: A monster lives in my house.
The beast thrives on
and has occupied my life and lived in many rooms over the years. I've attempted to exorcise this demon 1,000 times, survived many battles, but the war is hopelessly lost. No hope. However, through much consternation and gnashing of teeth I've managed to entrap the Behemoth in the:
Chaos Room, a room with three names:
Body: Guest Room
Pat Kelley Scissorcraft.com September 5, 2018