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CAREER ADVANCEMENT / NOV. 27, 2015
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How to Make Sure You'll Remember Your Speech [Infographic]

When planning your presentation, you want everything to be perfect for the day. You’ve got your computer equipment and your speech ready, but just as every presenter struggles with memorizing their speech, you might also find it difficult to remember everything you’ve written down.

So, what do you do?

This infographic from Essay Tigers offers some great tips on how you can make sure you memorize your speech in a very handy four-step guide that will not only make it easier for you to remember what you need to say but also connect your speech with different concepts and images.

See Also: How to Give the Speech of Your Career

How do you memorize the speeches you have to deliver? Share your tips with us in the comments section below!

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