Rhetoric began with public speaking, which remains one of the defining mediums for it. Carefully chosen words well said to the right people have, can, and continue to change the world at this very moment.
I teach people to develop and deliver unforgettable speeches that change minds and win support all the time, but you may not have time to learn that if you’ve already got a lot on your plate and have a deadline looming. The grand majority of speeches you hear are not written by those delivering them. Unfortunately, being a good writer isn’t enough to make a good speech, either, as written and spoken words don’t work the same way despite being discussed as if they were the same thing.
Whether there’s venture capital on the line, you don’t want to look like an idiot in front of your peers, or your performance is going to make or break your ability to get a job, I’m here to help you with everything from writing it to preparing to deliver it. My speeches have done all of those things and more, having been delivered to board rooms, colleges, weddings, and even Presidential Cabinets and Congress.
For projects longer than 30 minutes or expedited service, please contact me.
He enjoys learning, making, and teaching things. Though he works internationally, he's based in the Bay Area, trained and operating by the University of California, Berkeley. He's considered a leading authority on the topic of Rhetoric.
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