One of the most painful experiences you’ll ever suffer through is listening to most candidates’ stump speeches.
Worse if you get stuck at a candidate “cattle call” where you have to listen to multiple candidate stump speeches back-to-back.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
And you don’t need to be a “great orator” to deliver an effective campaign speech – or ANY speech for that matter.
There are “tricks to the trade” and easy to use techniques – which anyone can learn and master in minutes – that will keep your audience riveted to your message.
Unfortunately, most “public speaking classes” either don’t know them or teach the wrong things.
Wanna know the secrets?
Then get your butt to my next Campaign Boot Camp on “How to Give Political Speeches that Don’t Suck.”
NOTE: Since my boy made the Little League All-Star Team – and his first game of the tournament, naturally, has been scheduled for this Thursday – I’m moving this month’s Boot Camp to NEXT Thursday, June 27th.
You can get more info and RSVP by clicking here
Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Professor of Psephology*
BONUS: No race is a complete waste. Some serve as examples of what NOT to do.
As such, I’ll also be doing a post-mortem on two EPIC FAIL races from last week’s municipal elections in southern Nevada.
DOUBLE BONUS: I just received a shipment of my new book, “Campaign Foot Soldiers: Step-by-Step Field Guide for Building an Unstoppable Grassroots Army.”
I’ll have FREE copies for everyone who comes to the Campaign Boot Camp next week.
* Psephology (pronounced see-follow-gee): The study of campaigns and elections