How to Memorize a Speech in 7 Easy Steps

Ep. 104: How to Memorize a Speech in 7 Easy Steps

During the recent confirmation hearings, Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, asked Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett to show the notes she was working from while answering questions for the past few hours.

She held up a blank block of notebook paper and said, “Just a letterhead that says United States Senate.” 

Now that’s memorization! 

On this episode of The Confident Communications Podcast, how to memorize your next speech and know it cold in 7 easy steps. It may not get you through days of confirmation hearings, but it can certainly help. 

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© Molly McPherson 2020


 

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