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22 of the Best Motivational Speeches of All Time

It was halftime during one of my 7th grade football games. And we were losing 14 - 0. With our knees planted in the grass, my team was quietly huddled, drenched in sweat and defeat. We all knew the game was over.

That’s when our assistant coach bursted through our circle and shattered our pity party, delivering one of the best motivational speeches I’ve heard to this day.

I can’t directly quote him because he said some things that are inappropriate for a blog post (and, in hindsight, probably for a bunch of 13-year-olds too). But the point is, he harnessed the power of words to rejuvenate a physically and emotionally drained team. And we came back clawing to win the game.

Just like in sports, being motivated at work is crucial for your performance. This rings especially true when you have a looming deadline, an important presentation to give, or colleagues or customers depending on your performance.

To help you stay motivated, no matter what your job throws at you, we decided to compile 22 of the best motivational speeches from business, sports, entertainment, and more. If you want to get fired up for a project, watch these videos. Trust me, I was ready to write a 5,000 word blog post after I saw them. And while the messages vary from speech to speech, they will put you in the optimal frame of mind for tackling and crushing your next big challenge.

(Disclaimer: Some speeches -- *cough* Al Pacino *cough* -- may contain NSFW language.)

22 of the Most Inspiring Speeches

  1. J.K. Rowling: “The Fringe Benefits of Failure, and the Importance of Imagination” (2008)
  2. David Foster Wallace: "This Is Water" (2005)
  3. Brené Brown: "The Power of Vulnerability" (2013)
  4. Al Pacino: "Inch by Inch" (1999)
  5. Steve Jobs: "How to Live Before You Die" (2005)
  6. Ellen DeGeneres: Tulane University Commencement Speech (2009)
  7. Will Smith: Speech from The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)
  8. Sheryl Sandberg: Harvard Business School Class Day Speech (2012)
  9. Dan Pink: "The Puzzle of Motivation" (2009)
  10. Denzel Washington: "Fall Forward" (2011)
  11. Sylvester Stallone: Speech from Rocky Balboa (2006)
  12. Elizabeth Gilbert: "Your Elusive Creative Genius" (2009)
  13. Charlie Day: Merrimack College Commencement Speech (2014)
  14. Frank Oz/Yoda: Speech from The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
  15. William Wallace: Speech From the Battle of Stirling Bridge (1297)
  16. Orlando Scampington: "The Pillars of C.L.A.M." (2015)
  17. Kurt Russell: “This is Your Time” (2004)
  18. Jim Valvano: ESPY Speech (1993)
  19. Mel Gibson: “The Valley of the Shadow of Death” (2002)
  20. Kal Penn: DePauw University Commencement Speech (2014)
  21. Charles Dutton: Speech from Rudy (1993)
  22. Vera Jones: “But the Blind Can Lead the Blind…” (2016)

1. J.K. Rowling: “The Fringe Benefits of Failure, and the Importance of Imagination” (2008)

In J.K. Rowling's 2008 Harvard commencement speech, the Harry Potter author explored how two phenomena -- failure and imagination -- can be crucial to success. While failure can help you understand where your true passion lies, and where you should focus your energy moving forward, imagination is what will allow you to empathize with other people so you can use your influence to do good.

We do not need magic to change the world, we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already: we have the power to imagine better."

2. David Foster Wallace: "This Is Water" (2005)

From the opening minutes of David Foster Wallace's 2005 Kenyon College commencement speech, in which he questions commencement speech conventions, it's clear that Wallace has some serious wisdom to share. The crux of his speech: Many of us are oblivious to our own close-mindedness. We picture ourselves as the centers of our own, individual universes, instead of seeing the bigger, more interconnected picture.

If you're automatically sure that you know what reality is and who and what is really important, if you want to operate on your default setting, then you, like me, probably won't consider possibilities that aren't annoying and miserable. But if you've really learned how to think, how to pay attention, then you'll know you have other options. It will actually be within your power to experience a crowded, hot, slow, consumer hell-type situation as not only meaningful, but sacred -- on fire with the same force that lit the stars: love, fellowship, the mystical oneness of all things deep down."

3. Brené Brown: "The Power of Vulnerability" (2013)

The video above is an animated excerpt from researcher Brené Brown's speech, "The Power of Vulnerability." In the speech, Brown explores how our fear of not being good enough (among other fears) drives us to shield ourselves from our own vulnerabilities. The alternative to wearing this emotional suit of armor: Embrace vulnerability through empathizing with others.

Empathy is a choice, and it's a vulnerable choice. Because in order to connect with you, I have to connect with something in myself that knows that feeling. "

Yes, this speech is from a football movie (Any Given Sunday), but trust me: This isn't your stereotypical rah-rah-go-get-'em sports speech. It's deeper than that. It's about life, and loss, and . gosh darn it just listen to Al Pacino, he's pouring his soul out!

Either we heal as a team or we’re gonna crumble, inch by inch, play by play, till we’re finished. We’re in hell right now, gentlemen, believe me. And we can stay here and get the $&#@ kicked out of us, or we can fight our way back into the light. We can climb out of hell, one inch at a time."

5. Steve Jobs: "How to Live Before You Die" (2005)

Considering the YouTube video of Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford commencement speech has 24 million views (not counting the 10 million+ additional views from duplicate uploads), it's likely that you've seen this one already. In the speech, Jobs plays on two themes: connecting the dots (anecdote: how taking a calligraphy class helped inspire the design of the Mac) and love & loss (anecdote: how getting fired from Apple helped inspire his greatest innovations). Perhaps the most memorable part his speech comes at the end, when he quotes the (now-famous) lines from the final issue of his favorite publication, The Whole Earth Catalog:

Stay hungry. Stay foolish."

6. Ellen DeGeneres: Tulane University Commencement Speech (2009)

Ellen's speech, as you might expect, has its humorous moments. But it also explores some of the very personal and tragic episodes in her life that helped push her into comedy in the first place. Two key themes of DeGeneres'speech: overcoming adversity and being true to yourself. ForDeGeneres, that meant pushing onward with her career after her sitcom was canceled in response to her publicly coming out as gay.

Really, when I look back on it, I wouldn’t change a thing. I mean, it was so important for me to lose everything because I found out what the most important thing is . to be true to yourself. Ultimately, that’s what’s gotten me to this place. I don’t live in fear. I’m free. I have no secrets and I know I’ll always be OK, because no matter what, I know who I am."

7. Will Smith: Speech from The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)

Here's another speech from the big screen, this time from the 2006 film The Pursuit of Happyness. In the scene above, Will Smith's character explains to his son why he shouldn't pursue basketball (because he'll end up being "below average") before having a major change of heart.

Don't ever let somebody tell you . you can't do something. Not even me. All right? You got a dream. You gotta protect it. People can't do something themselves, they want to tell you can't do it. If you want something, go get it. Period."

8. Sheryl Sandberg: Harvard Business School Class Day Speech (2012)

In her speech to the HBS class of 2012, Lean In author and tech executive Sheryl Sandberg deconstructed the idea of the "career as a ladder." For Sandberg, a career is about finding opportunities where you can make an impact, not about chasing titles and planning out a meticulous path. "If I had mapped out my career when I was sitting where you are, I would have missed my career," she commented. What's more, Sandberg eschews the traditional wisdom of keeping emotions out of the workplace. For Sandberg, you need to care not only about what you're working on, but also who you're working with.

"If you want to win hearts and minds, you have to lead with your heart as well as your mind. I don’t believe we have a professional self from Mondays through Fridays and a real self for the rest of the time . It is all professional and it is all personal, all at the very same time."

9. Dan Pink: "The Puzzle of Motivation" (2009)

Commissions, bonuses, other incentives . in the business world, these are the things that motivate people, right? According to Dan Pink in his 2009 TED Talk, such extrinsic motivators (a.k.a. "carrots and sticks") could actually be doing more harm than good. The most recent sociological research suggests that the real key to producing better work is to find intrinsic motivation inside of yourself.

There is a mismatch between what science knows and what business does. And what worries me, as we stand here in the rubble of the economic collapse, is that too many organizations are making their decisions, their policies about talent and people, based on assumptions that are outdated, unexamined, and rooted more in folklore than in science."

10. Denzel Washington: "Fall Forward" (2011)

In his 2011 UPenn commencement speech, Denzel Washington highlighted three reasons why we need to embrace failure in order to be successful. First, everybody will fail at something at some point, so you better get used to it. Second, if you never fail, take that as a sign that you're not really trying. And third, at the end of the day, failure will help you figure out what path you want to be on.

Fall forward. Here’s what I mean: Reggie Jackson struck out twenty-six-hundred times in his career -- the most in the history of baseball. But you don’t hear about the strikeouts. People remember the home runs. Fall forward. Thomas Edison conducted 1,000 failed experiments. Did you know that? I didn’t know that—because #1,001 was the light bulb. Fall forward. Every failed experiment is one step closer to success."

11. Sylvester Stallone: Speech from Rocky Balboa (2006)

I had to put this one next since it plays along the same themes as Denzel Washington's UPenn speech. In the scene above, from the 2006 film Rocky Balboa, the title character (played by Sylvester Stallone) is having a heart-to-heart with his son. The advice he gives him: Don't let your failures or the adversity you face slow you down. Keep. Moving. Forward.

Let me tell you something you already know. The world ain't all sunshine and rainbows. It's a very mean and nasty place, and I don't care how tough you are, it will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently if you let it. You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life. But it ain't about how hard you hit. It's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward. How much you can take and keep moving forward. That's how winning is done!"

12. Elizabeth Gilbert: "Your Elusive Creative Genius" (2009)

Following the extraordinary success of her book, Eat, Pray, Love, people began asking author Elizabeth Gilbert the same question over and over and over: How are you going to top that? In her 2009 TED Talk, Gilbert explores that question while also examining how our ideas of genius and creativity have shifted over the generations. While once seen as separate entities or states of being that anyone could tap into, genius and creativity have increasingly become associated with individuals. And according to Gilbert, that shift has been putting more and more pressure on artists, writers, and other creatives to produce great work.

I think that allowing somebody, one mere person to believe that he or she is like, the vessel, you know, like the font and the essence and the source of all divine, creative, unknowable, eternal mystery is just a smidge too much responsibility to put on one fragile, human psyche. It's like asking somebody to swallow the sun. It just completely warps and distorts egos, and it creates all these unmanageable expectations about performance. And I think the pressure of that has been killing off our artists for the last 500 years."

13. Charlie Day: Merrimack College Commencement Speech (2014)

Best known for his role in the sitcom It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, actor Charlie Day had lots of wisdom to share during the 2014 commencement speech at his alma mater, Merrimack College. Day explained to the audience how college degrees are inherently valueless, since you can't trade them in for cash. Instead, it's you, your hard work, and the risks you take that provide real value in life.

You cannot let a fear of failure or a fear of comparison or a fear of judgment stop you from doing the things that will make you great. You cannot succeed without the risk of failure. You cannot have a voice without the risk of criticism. You cannot love without the risk of loss. You must take these risks."

14. Frank Oz/Yoda: Speech from The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

This speech fromThe Empire Strikes Back felt like a natural follow-up to Charlie Day's speech. In the scene above, Yoda -- voiced by Frank Oz -- is teaching Luke the ways of the force. One of his key teachings: Whether or not something can or can't be done (e.g., lifting an X-Wing out of a swamp) is all in your head. So instead of doubting yourself, believe in yourself.

"Do, or do not. There is no try."

15. William Wallace: Speech From the Battle of Stirling Bridge (1297)

OK, I'll admit it: I couldn't find a recording of the actual speech Scottish freedom fighter William Wallace gave at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297 (the historian I spoke with said something about "nonexistent technology" and me "being an idiot," but I digress). Historical accuracy aside, there's no denying that Mel Gibson's version of the speech from the 1995 film Braveheart can help get you pumped up.

"Aye, fight and you may die. Run and you'll live -- at least a while. And dying in your beds many years from now, would you be willing to trade all the days from this day to that for one chance, just one chance to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they'll never take our freedom. "

16. Orlando Scampington: "The Pillars of C.L.A.M." (2015)

Sometimes humor is the best motivator. So here's an INBOUND Bold Talk from self-proclaimed author, thought leader, dreamer, cat owner, visionary, and "believer in unlimited human potential," Orlando Scampington. As you'll soon realize upon reading the quote below, it's hard to explain what his speech is actually about -- so I think it's better that you just dive in and enjoy.

"Culture is the bitter drunken coachmen lashing motivation into the ungrateful workhorses, so they drag the wagon of growth down the road of success. I think that's a very accurate analogy."

17. Kurt Russell: “This is Your Time” (2004)

The Miracle on Ice is still considered the biggest upset in Olympic hockey history. And for good reason. The Soviet Union won six of the last seven Olympic gold medals, and the U.S. team consisted only of amateur players. It was obvious the Soviets were better. But, in the movie Miracle, which told the incredible story of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team, Kurt Russell’s character -- Coach Herb Brooks -- knew that this game was different. The U.S. was better than the Soviets that day. And his speech conveyed such a strong belief in his team that they pulled off one of the greatest sports moments of the 20th century.

"If we played ’em ten times, they might win nine. But not this game… Not tonight. Tonight, we skate with them. Tonight, we stay with them. And we shut them down because we can! Tonight, WE are the greatest hockey team in the world. You were born to be hockey players, every one of you. And you were meant to be here tonight. This is your time.”

18. Jim Valvano: ESPY Speech (1993)

Less than two months before he lost his battle to cancer, Jim Valvano delivered one of the most impactful and timeless speeches about living life to the fullest. My words can’t do it justice, so be prepared for some laughter, tears, and thought.

“I just got one last thing; I urge all of you, all of you, to enjoy your life, the precious moments you have. To spend each day with some laughter and some thought, to get your emotions going. To be enthusiastic every day, and Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Nothing great could be accomplished without enthusiasm,” to keep your dreams alive in spite of problems whatever you have. The ability to be able to work hard for your dreams to come true, to become a reality.”

19. Mel Gibson: “The Valley of the Shadow of Death” (2002)

The movie We Were Soldiers takes place in one of the most racially charged decades in American history, but Lieutenant Colonel Hal Moore -- played by Mel Gibson -- delivered such a rousing speech that it brought an incredibly diverse group of soldiers together as one unit. He knew if his troops could set their differences aside, then they would form a true brotherhood, increasing their chances of survival as a whole. That way, the memories of their lost brothers could live on forever when they returned home.

“I can't promise that I will bring you all home alive. But this I swear before you and before Almighty God: that when we go into battle, I will be the first to set foot on the field, and I will be the last to step off. And I will leave no one behind. Dead or alive, we will all come home together. So help me God.”

20. Kal Penn: DePauw University Commencement Speech (2014)

In 2014, Kal Penn delivered an uplifting speech that DePauw University will never forget. He advised graduates to strive for success but to not let it loosen their grip on the things that actually matter, like staying connected with loved ones, being adventurous, and acting selflessly. He also comforted millennials everywhere, convincing them that their futures are full of potential and promise because their generation’s identity is rooted in innovation.

“Opportunity is all around us. You’re graduating at a time where youth unemployment is high. And yet your peers are refusing to sit idly by. You’re the most active, service-driven generation, the most imaginative, the most tech-savvy. You’re creating opportunities, inventing gadgets, placing an emphasis on social responsibility over greed. So stop worrying so much. Why are you worried?”

21. Charles Dutton: Speech from Rudy (1993)

In the film Rudy, Sean Astin’s character, Rudy Ruettiger, quits the Notre Dame football team because he has to watch one of his last games from the stands. After two years of grueling practices and never once being apart of the team on the sidelines, he’s done dealing with the humiliation. But his friend Fortune -- played by Charles Dutton -- flips the script on him. He shows Rudy that he shouldn’t be humiliated. He should be proud because he’s proven to everyone that his perseverance and heart can carry him through any challenge. He just needs to realize that himself. And the only way he can do that is if he stays on the team for the rest of the season.

“You’re 5 feet nothin’, a 100 and nothin’, and you got hardly a speck of athletic ability. And you hung in with the best college football team in the land for two years. And you’re also gonna walk outta here with a degree from the University of Notre Dame. In this lifetime, you don’t have to prove nothin’ to nobody – except yourself. And after what you’ve gone through, if you haven’t done that by now, it ain’t gonna never happen. Now go on back.”

22. Vera Jones: “But the Blind Can Lead the Blind…” (2016)

Last year at INBOUND, Vera Jones told a moving story about the life lessons she’s learned from raising her blind son. She explains how having faith in your future and letting it lead you toward your true purpose will help you overcome blinding obstacles. She also discusses how following your passion and trusting your vision develops empathy, which is a critical leadership skill.

“Passionately play your position no matter how bad things get. You are significant. Why we are here is not for our own glory. Ultimately, we’re here to lead and serve everybody else. By doing that, we encourage others to do the same.”

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Best Motivational Speech For Students

Every day I do my work with great enthusiasm. But sometimes I feel my energy level down and become frustrated.

I can’t concentrate on my work and feel demotivated. It hasn’t happened to you or me only, most people are undergoing through this situation.

In this age, we are taking participation in a race, race for fast money, fast job . We don’t know what is the end point. Just we have to compete others at any cost and anyhow.

This is the main motive of everyone. And we become associated with stress, health problems due to overnight work pressure, unfulfilled targets etc.

This frustration permeates if you are not getting success in your work or due to illness, overwork . So I am gonna mention the best motivational speech for students to come out of this frustration and stay motivated.

It will be really helpful to you and if you follow the rule your life will be changed. Read it completely without skipping any step.

To get motivation for any work you have to find the object what gives the inspiration. Inspiration is an entity which comes from inner self, whereas motivation you may get outside.

People consider motivation and inspiration as same. But these two are different phenomena.

For job holders and business men money is the primary cause of inspiration. Money is the major factor that inspires them to work hard with self-determination and persistence.

If you take the example of social workers, service is the main source of inspiration. They want to serve and help more and more people they can.

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I am not saying about the dirty politicians. But there are some good among them. For players winning is the main source of inspiration which comes from their spirit.

Similarly, you have to find out the source of inspiration that can motivate you the whole day. You may get the inspiration from the biographies of great personalities or successful businessmen, players, actors.

You can make a habit of reading motivational books and watching inspirational videos or movies. This has helped many to enhance their life skill.

You can get inspiration from the quotes and biographies of great personalities like Edison, Gandhi, Lincon, Bill Gates.

Regularly following them will create an environment of motivation around you and you feel something has changed, new thoughts will enter into your mind.

If you don’t love to read then watch the movies based on their life. You can browse several inspirational blogs like ‘best motivational speech for students’ and read.

To overcome frustration, you have to stay excited. If you are not getting the excitement you can’t stay motivated. To excel in your work you have to stay excited, yes you have to find a way that can elicit you to gain excitement.

Inspiration is the first step which makes the environment of motivation and then comes the stage of excitement . A football player scores a goal he is cheered by the huge crowd. this excitement entices him to score another goal.

To burn the spark of excitement, celebrate every success you achieve. Whether it is a small one or big one doesn’t matter. Just celebrate.

This is an energy source which works as a catalyst to propel you to your desired destination.

If you can keep the spark illuminated then you will win. Most people get this spark of inspiration but they can’t keep it ignited for a long time. That’s why they fail.

I am not going to teach you goal setting here. But I wanna say that without goal setting you can’t do anything. Setting a perfect goal can lead you to achieve this.

Many people target different goals simultaneously. In this way, you can’t focus on your goals. To achieve goals you have to be focused with energy.

When you focus a magnifying glass on a piece of paper without vibrating your hand, the paper burns. If you slightly vibrate your hand the focal point gets disturbed and the paper is not burnt.

Same thing happens in your real time goals. If you violate the focal point you can’t score the target.

You might have watched a football match how the crowd makes noise during the match. But the players don’t get disturbed their focus remains at the goal post.

If you focus completely on a work there is no force which can violate you. You can accomplish your task at the mid of the crowded marketplace.

If you are trying to achieve more than one goals simultaneously then you can’t concentrate and loose the focus. First, target a single goal and after achieving it set the other one.

Write down your goals using pen and paper. This is highly effective. Writing makes you perfect. Your goal may be one but steps must be different.

Suppose you have a goal to earn $50000 per month. Then decide what are the steps to earn that amount. The steps may be like ‘skill improvement’, ‘technical training’, ‘work performance’ etc.

Write these down on paper. If you break the goal into small steps then it will be easier to target. Then recite the steps daily at least 2 times. Stick the page on a board where you can see it.

Then you will see the magic happens. It will work like a mantra and the Law of Attraction will work. You will definitely get the ideas to accomplish the steps you have written.

You may create some infographics or picture related to your goal and stick it to the wall. This is a great formula given by Napolean Hill. Then it became diversified gradually.

Then think read and think about it daily without any gap. Soon you will realize the effect of autosuggestion.

When you make up your mind to go on a vacation, what do you do? Planning, yes you make a plan before 10-15 days, surf the internet do research like how to go, where to stay, best tourism places etc.

Because you don’t wanna be bothered later. Like that before starting any work make a good planning. You can keep a plan book like a monthly planner or use some kinda android apps.

When you watch a movie you get the entertainment in 2- 3 hours. But have you ever thought how much time the producers, directors have spent on planning only?

Any corporate work is fast planned then the tasks are assigned to the staffs. Then the work becomes smooth as the whole members work together as a system to complete the task.

If you make a good planning and review the steps one by one then your work will be easier.

Don’t overwork. Give some time to your family, friends. Spend a week roaming outside countries. It will definitely boost your work interest.

First thing you have to think why do you need money? If you can’t spend money on your entertainment, vacation, luxury then it is a waste.

Social mingling and social work will boost your personality and energy. Don’t be a well frog, come out from the well and see the world.

Don’t make your life so boring, go for a movie with your family, go on a trip with friends and enjoy.

Remove the negativity and think positive:

When you want to start a work then the negative thought will hover in your mind like:

‘No you can’t do that’, ‘you can’t get success’, ‘this is a tough task’, ‘what people will say if you fail’, blab la bla …

you have to make up your mind to stay positive. See and find the benefits of your task you are going to start instead of looking the negative points.

Write down the benefits and focus on that. In this way, it will be easier to handle the task.

Fear of failure might be the main cause behind this negativity but if you fall into the habit of positive thinking then surely you can easily overcome this. You have to understand the mind game.

Every morning get up and recite:

‘Today is the best day in my life’

‘I will transform the lives of others’

In this way can keep yourself positive.

Food has a lot of impact on health. Good quality food like fresh vegetables, fruits, meat (I am a vegetarian but don’t hate non-veg food) is enriched with vitamins, proteins, which can be helpful to build your body and mind.

Try to avoid stale and spicy food. Take some almond with warm milk in the morning. That will make your whole day energetic.

Most people consume hot spicy junk food in greed. And later get the result as constipation, overweight. Always try to take green vegetables, salad in your meal which will enhance your digestion and control the body weight. Vegetarian diet keeps your mind calm and body fit.

Always get up early in the morning, good before 6 o clock or between 6- 7 am. Go on a morning walk or jogging, yoga, aerobics which will keep your whole day fresh and energetic.

Everyday try to do any selfless work, I mean provide service without expecting anything in return. You may serve the helpless, poor, destitute or help people suffering from illness.

In this way, you will feel the inner purity and joy. When internal happiness arises the external sorrow vanishes.

People try to find happiness in the materialistic world, but they always forget that the materialistic world will vanish one day.

Teach poor kids, Join any group or NGO who help people in the disaster.

Only your work will remain forever. Nobody will remind you for how much bank balance you have or university degree you have achieved, only you will be reminded of your good work or service.

Mother Teresa is no more between us, but her service made her immortal. Thomas Edison is no more, but his electricity is glowing all over the world.

If you share your money it may be reduced, but if you share your knowledge it will increase.

Knowledge is the best investment which returns you the best interest- Benjamin Franklin

The more you share the more you gain. Teach people whatever you know, write articles, publish books. The Internet is the best medium to share and gain knowledge.

When people appreciate your work, you will definitely get inspiration a way 2 inspiration. Hope you might have liked the article ‘best motivational speech for students‘.

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Looking for something different? This motivation speech collection is your answer.

I am a member of Toastmasters International, an organization that is dedicated to excellence and helping people to be the best that they can be. I have found no better place to polish up on my leadership and public speaking skills than Toastmasters.

A big part of club activities involves giving speeches with other members of the club as the audience. After the speech is done the other members critique it and give encouraging guidance on ways to improve.

A lot of aspects of public speaking are covered, including body language, voice control, eye contact, grammar and a host of other things. I recommend it to anyone interested in developing in this area.

This is a collection of speeches that I have given at Toastmasters club meetings as well as others from The Dr. Moses Show, which is aired on Radio Phoenix in Zambia.

I know you will find them enlightening and encouraging in your pursuit to be the best that you can be.

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