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Speech On Where There Is A Will There Is A Way?

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Nathaniel Hobby Profile
Nathaniel Hobby answered
Speeches can vary in length, style and tone depending on your audience but when writing a speech on any topic, simple steps can be taken to ensure that you are well prepared in giving a speech.

  • Understanding the phrase
When giving a speech on any subject the first step is to make sure that your audience understand the subject on which you are talking. In this way it is always good to begin your speech with a definition of the subject at hand. In this instance the phrase 'where there's a will, there's a way' can be best defined as a determination to succeed, no matter the steps that need to be taken.

The phrase is most often used to counter the suggestion that something is impossible or too hard to complete. This could be the second step of your speech, to state that according to the phrase, nothing is impossible as long as you continue to have the determination to succeed.

  • Give an example
To help your audience in understanding the topic, it is then helpful to give an example of how the theory can be put into practice. For the phrase 'where there's a will, there's a way' a good example might be the learning of a language. If a person would like to learn French but is finding it difficult and is thinking of quitting then the phrase 'where there's a will, there's a way' can be uttered to help convince or prompt them to continue in their pursuit of the language. If they have the determination to learn French, they will eventually succeed.

  • Devise a good conclusion
Speeches are usually best summed up with a conclusion. Do you agree or disagree with the statement? Why do you agree or disagree with it? The answers to these questions will provide a thought provoking end to your speech.
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Amanda Wells answered
You can buy a speech with this title, on the subject of will power - cost about £16. If you want to write your own speech, thesetips will help you structure it. The main thing is to have a good anecdote to illustrate your point, so you could think about situations where someone overcame difficulties using willpower - if you even type 'where there's a will there's a will there's a way' in a search engine, you will find some usable anecdotes.

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