Podcast » Simon Gibson
Every great speaker needs a great speech. In this episode, Richard speaks with Simon Gibson, high-profile speech writer and founder of World Speech Day. You will hear about how Simon transitioned from being a script writer to a speech writer, what exactly a speech writer does, the history of speaking, and how great speeches have the power to change the world.
Simon also provides some insights into the US political family, the Kennedys. What makes them such amazing speakers?
He also opens up about his immense fear of public speaking and gives us some back-story on the inception of World Speech Day (WSD), an annual event that celebrates speeches and speech-making through live speaking events across the world. Learn more about Simon and WSD at www.worldspeechday.com.
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