An Inspirational Speech Motivates An Audience

An inspirational speech motivates an audience to improve personally, emotionally, professionally, or spiritually and relies heavily on emotional appeal. It brings the audience together in a mood of fellowship and shared desire, builds the audience’s enthusiasm, then proposes a change or plan and appeals to the audience to adopt this change or plan.

Should write in below format:

 

  1. Introduction (about 30 seconds)
    • The hook or Attention Getter or interesting idea to draw audience into topic (any of these)
    • The Map or purpose of your speech
  2. The Body (about 2.5 minutes)
    • Stream 1 supporting or explaining  your topic
      • Solid fact or head knowledge to support for your idea
    • Stream 2 supporting or explaining your topic
      • emotional support  (picture, story, personal experience, shocking statistic) or Heart        knowledge to support your idea
    • Stream 3 if necessary or desired
  3. Conclusion (about 1 minute)
    • Quick summary
    • A closing statement that “asks” the audience to embrace, use or join-in with your topic