Award acceptance speech
Acceptance Speech or letter for a leadership position:  How to easily write a thank you acceptance speech or letter for a leadership position at your workplace, school, club, society or even in your church

Business award acceptance speech: How to easily write an inspiring and memorable company award speech like a pro!

 

 

Have you been nominated to receive a business award? And are you looking for ideas and tips to help you deliver the best business award acceptance remarks ever?

 

If you answered yes to that, please stay tuned because I am going to share with you with tips and ideas about: 

  • How to write a business award speech
  • How to write a business award thank you speech
  • How to use company award speech examples to write your own message

 

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I have always had this thought that no one ventures into business just to win awards. Passion, purpose and hardwork drives business sucess and after you’ve worked at it for a while, you might be nominated for an award.

 

Is This An Example Of A Success Story? 

 

Danik’s parents were economic migrants from Ukraine and when they arrived in the USA, the great depression had ravaged the economy. He got his first job working in a factory that provided his family’s daily bread but was forced out of it when the shop suddenly closed down. 

 

But Danik didn’t give up hopes entirely. When the economy got back on his feet, started selling vegetables from door to door and eventually set up a local store that grew into fifteen(15) stores when the economy had picked up steam.

 

In recognition of his hardwork and drive, he got awarded for being the most celebrated business person and had no to give a few remarks which he had no clue about.

 

Luckily, with the help of his wordsmith friend, he ended up writing one of the best ever business award acceptance remarks.

 

Receiving a business award on behalf of someone else

 

 

At the end of his presentation, the audience gave him a standing ovation. The audience didn’t expect him so speak so beautifully because he was a stammerer.  The unique insights about his personal struggles and life inspired so many people that several people went on to start their own businesses.

 

You see, writing a business award acceptance speech is not as difficult as most people imagined it to be. But let’s face it. How many business executives have the gift of gab? A handful I guess!

 

 

Whether you are blessed with the gift of words or hate speaking in public entirely is not something you should be worried about because in the next few lines I am going to share with you proven tips, ideas and guidelines you can use to prepare your own script.

 

There is this wise quote by the great  motivational speaker Zig Ziglar that says ‘’ unless you have definite, precise, clearly set goals, you are not going to realize the maximum potential that lies within you.”

 

Guess what? Many business executives struggle to write an inspiring company or business award acceptance speech because they clearly have no definite plan about what to say and what not to say. To make the whole process much easier, you need to have a plan and stick to it.

 

It begins by first watching a few video clips about company or business award speeches are made so you can figure out how such presentations are delivered.  However, you should be looking for videos that are specific to your needs.

 

For example, if you are accepting a business award on behalf on someone, then you should be looking for videos about that topic on Youtube.com or somewhere else similar to that.

 

Well, I got these videos for you. Please press the play button, watch, and learn from them before you continue reading the rest of the script.

 

Business award acceptance speech: Video example#1

 

 

Company award acceptance speech: Video example#2

 

 

Did you enjoy both videos? That’s not all. After you’ve seen a couple of videos, you can then go on to the writing process. To do that, you should first decide what kind of business award speech you are going to deliver. So, please ponder over these questions.

 

  • Have you been chosen as the employee of the month or year? Then, you should consider delivering an employee recognition or appreciation award acceptance speech.
  • Are you accepting an award on behalf of someone? Then you should consider looking for ideas about award acceptance on behalf of a company or co-worker.
  • Are you being honored for your work in the community? Then, you should look for ideas about community service award or recognition acceptance speech.
  • Have you worked so hard at your company for many years? Then, you probably consider looking for great ideas about how to write a long service award acceptance speech.

 

 

Action Tip: Let me ask you this: Which of the above are you going to go with? Please decide. After you have chosen your own style, you can then go on to study well-written business award acceptance or recognition examples because they contain so many ideas you can borrow and adapt to write your own remarks.

 

So, for now, I am going to share with you some business award speech examples or templates. You can go through them and decide an example that best resonates with you. Afterward, I will break one of them down bit by bit so you can use my ideas to write an inspiring business or award acceptance speech.

 

Here you go:

 

Example # 1: Company Award Acceptance Speech

 

Michele Buck

President & CEO

On September 26, our CEO, Michele Buck accepted the Committee for Economic Development's Corporate Citizenship Award. What follows is an abridged version of her acceptance speech. 

It is an honor for me to accept the prestigious Corporate Citizenship Award on behalf of The Hershey Company and the approximately 16,000 Hershey team members who make our company the remarkable and special company that it is.

 

I want to thank my Hershey colleagues for being here with me tonight. You exemplify what is at the heart of our company.  A passion and the fight to win in the marketplace. And a compassion and a purpose-driven mindset that brings goodness into everything we do. This award is truly a testament to your leadership.

 

I also want to acknowledge my family, who makes all of this possible. It is my role as mother to three amazing children that enhances my ability to lead a company with thoughtfulness, ingenuity, and compassion. Thank you for your support, for keeping me grounded, and your unending enthusiasm for the goodness we create together.

 

 

A LITTLE BIT ABOUT ME

Since taking the reins at Hershey 18 months ago, I have met and talked with our employees at all levels and across every function.  During one of these listening sessions at our Hazleton, PA manufacturing facility, I met two women that work on our Kit Kat line, Michele and Kathy.  They asked if I would sign their bump caps as they told me what an inspiration it was to have a woman as the company’s CEO.

 

As a small-town girl from Carlisle, PA, I am humbled and incredibly proud that as Hershey’s first female CEO, women across the company can “see themselves” in their CEO while they do the front-line work of making the products that our consumers love. That representation is powerful.  It speaks to why diversity and inclusion is so important to us.

 

We’ve ingrained a focus on diversity and inclusion into every aspect of our organization. We are proud to have women leading in critical roles across the business – CEO, CFO, Chief Growth Officer, Commercial Integration, our Kit Kat business, our Walmart customer lead and head of U.S. Supply Chain, to name just a few.

 

Diversity and inclusion are strategic advantages that are integral to who we are as a company and I am excited about our leadership in this space.

 

A FIERCE COMPETITOR WITH GREAT COMPASSION

 

Many of you may not know this, but Hershey has always been about more than just chocolate. One of the first things our founder, Milton Hershey and his wife Catherine, did after starting the company was to establish Milton Hershey School, a cost-free school for disadvantaged children.

 

So, you see, social responsibility has always been woven into the fabric of our company’s DNA.  We know that if we are successful, it directly supports the school and our ability to make an impact to important societal issues. That is an incredible motivator for us to aim higher and work harder.

 

WHERE HERSHEY COMES FROM

From the beginning, Milton Hershey intended to use profits from his business to enrich communities and make a difference. That commitment has been unwavering for nearly 125 years.

He started by making chocolate, a luxury in 1894, accessible to everyone at an affordable price.  He built a town with homes for employees and opened Hershey Park, so his employees could have a balanced life that included both work and play.

He was ahead of his time, working to safeguard the environment by developing a cogeneration factory that minimized its environmental footprint. He knew that creating a community that was healthy and thriving would support the business for years to come.

 

And his greatest gift, Milton Hershey School.

This spirit – the pride that goes into our brand portfolio but also how we share goodness – shapes nearly every decision we make from product innovation to our supply chain. The more successful we are at innovating for our consumers, the greater impact we can make in our communities.

 

WHERE HERSHEY IS GOING

As we near our 125th anniversary, we are proud of the business we have built and are excited about where we are headed. Our vision is to be an Innovative Snacking Powerhouse and we have a portfolio of brands that consumers love – Hershey’s, Reese’s, Kisses, Ice Breakers, Twizzlers as well broader snacking brands – Skinny Pop, Paqui and Oatmega.

That vision is coupled with our Shared Goodness Promise – a focus to work on some of society’s most pressing challenges that we are capable of help solving. Our Shared Goodness Promise is anchored to our business, our planet, our community, and our future – and it is activated by our remarkable people.

 

One example our Shared Goodness Promise is our recently launched cocoa sustainability strategy, Cocoa for Good.  Earlier this year, we pledged to invest half a billion dollars by 2030 to help create a thriving ecosystem that meets the needs of farmers, their local communities, and the environment.

 

In cocoa-growing communities in Ghana, Hershey provides 50,000 school children with ViVi every day, a groundnut-based snack, nourishing them with the fuel they need to make the most of their education. That’s more than 10 million snacks a year.

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We’ve joined with other cocoa manufacturers and suppliers to support the Cocoa & Forest Initiative, a commitment to end deforestation in cocoa and invest in agroforestry and forest rehabilitation.

 

Supporting farming family livelihoods is critical to the future of cocoa and we’re providing training on good agricultural practices, so farmers can improve their land and cocoa trees, as well as providing support for women’s income generating activities, which both increase the family income, and give women a stronger voice in their communities.

 

But our most important work is to do good for the future, for our children. That connection to children is rooted in our relationship with Milton Hershey School. Our employees teach classes on science, technology, and business, and we connect directly with the children socially by creating relationships with group homes, allowing employees to get to know a small group of students and spending time together outside of school and work.

 

We also are excited about the work we are doing more broadly across the U.S. as we launch The Heartwarming Project. You may have seen our new Hershey’s campaign showcasing its power to create connections and melt the distance between us. In honor of our founder’s greatest heartwarming act – helping kids succeed through the Milton Hershey School – our company recently launched the Heartwarming Project to help kids, parents, and teachers build more meaningful connections and create a more inclusive and empathetic community. We are partnering with leading organizations, like the Boys and Girls Club and We.Org, to provide programs and grants to create a future where social and emotional connections are central in our everyday world. It’s an ambitious goal, but so was inventing a low-cost chocolate bar 125 years ago.

 

IN CLOSING

I would be remiss if I didn’t share a little bit about the remarkable people who make all this good work possible. Milton Hershey didn’t start a school by himself – it was a passion shared with his wife, Catherine, that made its creation possible. Likewise, Hershey employees across the business are constantly innovating about the future of snacking and sustainability and their impact on the world.

 

It’s their creativity, passion and energy that makes what I do possible.  It’s this energy that gives me the resounding confidence that Hershey’s best days are ahead of us.

 

Again, I want to thank the Committee for Economic Development for recognizing The Hershey Company in such a meaningful way. It is truly a privilege and an honor to serve as a torchbearer for one of America’s most trusted companies.  I am humbled and grateful for the honor.

 

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Example #2:  Best Employee Award Recognition Speech 

 

Thanks, Leslie.

I really am both humbled and honored to receive this award, particularly because of the company that I'm keeping here. The other recipients, I certainly feel, are more deserving than myself.

I'm accepting this award on behalf of myself and particularly on behalf of my colleagues in the Sunday Independent who have encouraged me and supported me in my investigative work whilst I've been working in the paper.

 

It is very unusual to hear that an Irish reporter has been shot or intimidated. Unfortunately, because of the ever-rising crime problems in Ireland, a number of reporters -- not just myself -- have been subjected to death threats and to intimidation on a daily basis. So, for my colleagues in other newspapers and in the broadcast media, I'm grateful that the CPJ [Committee to Protect Journalists] have decided to honor an Irish and European journalist.

 

 Unfortunately, in -- in Ireland, journalists there also have to face the -- the threat of possible imprisonment. And I welcome this opportunity to highlight the appalling case of a colleague of mine who works in the Irish Independent. And she, too, is facing, like Fred M'membe, here -- she's facing a possible jail sentence.

And the reason that she's facing possible imprisonment is because she published a document which was widely circulated in the -- within the police force in Ireland about the suspects of the bank robbery which I reported the day before my -- which I reported on the day before my shooting.

 

Now, Liz Allen is -- is my colleague who's facing a possible jail sentence. She's -- it's alleged -- [breached the] The Official Secrets Act. We have to face, you know, we write under ridiculous restrictive laws in Ireland. It's a wonderful country, great place to visit, but unfortunately for journalists the most difficult thing that we have to work within are our restrictive libel laws.

It's difficult for our publishers because they're the people who have to pay the lawyers the massive amounts of money on a daily basis in courts.

These are the issues that I feel that I have to highlight here. It's not the fact that journalists may be shot. But it is the "legitimate" restrictions that we work within. And I thank you, I thank the Committee for The Protection of Journalists for giving me the opportunity to highlight this.

I really am humbled and honored to accept this award. In doing so, I want to thank two people who have encouraged me, despite an incredibly difficult last twelve months. And they are my husband, Graham, and my son, Cathal. Because I can assure you that if they hadn't supported me, I wouldn't be doing it.

Thank you very much.

 

 

How to write best business award acceptance remarks or speech

 

 

Example #3:  Acceptance Speech On Behalf of someone else or company

by Matt Burghdorf


Thank you very much.

I am very proud and pleased to accept this award on behalf of California State Parks and my colleagues. We have indeed been able to implement innovative and secure wireless solutions through the state park system.

These low cost, last mile connections have brought the benefits of our enterprise network to hundreds of parks employees in remote locations throughout the state. Also, a wireless solution has been a lifesaver in many of our very large park units where copper or fiber optic connections within the park would have been prohibitively expensive to complete.

The task of bringing connectivity to our employees included a number of unique challenges. Spanning the huge expanses, isolation, and heat of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park; networking one hundred and fifty year old buildings at Marshall Gold and Columbia State Historic Parks while protecting the structures’ historic integrity; transporting data across Millerton Lake in the Sierras and across San Francisco Bay to Angel Island; dodging dirt bikes at Prairie City Off Highway Vehicle Park and dodging amorous elephant seals at Año Nuevo State Reserve; all of these while working within the parameters of the state park budget are but a few of the tests we have confronted.

It really is very satisfying to work in these beautiful places at the same time by helping the State Parks accomplish its mission. Again, on behalf of our team, thank you very much for this award!

 

Example #4: Community Service Award Acceptance Speech

 

JILLIAN SPINDLE

Thank you  — this award means so much to me, and I’m so grateful to have spent the past decade at MEDA. 

When I started MEDA ten years ago, I couldn’t have imagined that our organization would be where we are today — growing our asset building programs, launching the Mission Promise Neighborhood, becoming a housing developer, a CDFI lender, our policy and advocacy work and now sharing our successful models with other communities.

 

Looking around the room, I remember the many conversations that became shared visions that are now realities. It took the hearts, minds and persistence of so many of you here tonight to make it all happen. 

I want to thank my MEDA colleagues: Your brilliance, leadership and dedication to this work inspire me every single day

And thank you, Luis. I’m grateful for your mentorship and your friendship. You are one of the most visionary and courageous leaders I know.

 

So I’d like to share this “Community Impact Award” with all of you: clients, community members, nonprofit partners, government officials, funders, MEDA staff and Board, and my friends here tonight who have supported me and MEDA along the way. We have definitely shown that together we can make anything happen.

 

All  great examples, right? I hope you learned a thing or two from all those templates. Well, I promised to help you write the best ever business acceptance speech using one of the above examples.

 

So, I am going to use example #.....to do just that.  Please watch me carefully as I break it down bit by bit so you can understand it better.

As you are pretty much aware, speeches like the ones above have three main components. Do you know what they are? Ok…They include an introduction, body or outline, and conclusion.

 

Here's an excerpt from example#1 to get us thinking about our next step.

 

''On September 26, our CEO, Michele Buck accepted the Committee for Economic Development's Corporate Citizenship Award. What follows is an abridged version of her acceptance speech. 

It is an honor for me to accept the prestigious Corporate Citizenship Award on behalf of The Hershey Company and the approximately 16,000 Hershey team members who make our company the remarkable and special company that it is...''

 

Here’s what your introduction should do. It should capture the attention of the audience right from the get go and also set the tone for the rest of your presentation.  

 

 

Unfortunately, the overwhelming majority of business award acceptance speech have very boring opening remarks with one or more of these or even a combination of them:

'' Thank you for coming'' 

'' It's an honor to accept this award''

'' I couldn't make it without you''

 

While there’s nothing wrong with that, I think we can go a step further by introducing unique ways of starting your speech with a bang. I am happy to share a few proven ways of engaging your audience from the onset.

 

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Here you go:

 

First, you can mention how you felt when you heard you have been nominated for an award. Below is an example of how to work that into your own speech.

 

Acceptance Speech: Best Entrepreneur Award Winner Speaks from the Heart

I stand here amazed at the sea of faces I see here tonight. I know it is your expression of love and kind regard towards me.

Thank you very much for being here when you had the choice to stay back home due to the rains pouring down outside.

I would like to thank the Management Association for selecting me for the Best Entrepreneur Award….

 

Second, you can add a touch of intrigue and suspense by starting with a question someone asked about what you do. Please see an example below

 

''Newbery Acceptance Speech Lois Lowry June, 1994 “How do you know where to start?” a child asked me once, in a schoolroom, where I’d been speaking to her class about the writing of books. I shrugged and smiled and told her that I just start wherever it feels right.

This evening it feels right to start by quoting a passage from The Giver, a scene set during the days in which the boy, J onas, is beginning to look more deeply into the life that has been very superficial, beginning to see that his own past goes back farther than he had ever known and has greater implications than he had ever suspected…''

 

Third, you can express your appreciation to the award organizers and say how honored you are to receive the business award. The snippet below is culled from this example.

 

 

''Thank you so much for this honor. I am truly humbled to be in the company of people who have inspired me,who have helped shape my thinking,who have helped me realize the potential of our profession to truly make a difference.

 

Thanks to the Arthur W. Page Society, I am fortunate to consider so many members friends. In particular, I would like to acknowledge the chairmen -- Roger Bolton, Maril McDonald, Jon Iwata, Bill Margaritas, Gary Sheffer and now Dave Samson -- with whom I have had the honor of serving as a member of the Trustee committee...''

 

Fourth, you can start on a funny. The audience couldn’t help it when Will Ferrell came to accept his award and this was his introductory remarks.

Oh, boy, okay. Um, wow, thank you, thank you, so much for that warm ovation. As I stare at this magnificent bust of Mark Twain, I’m reminded of how humbled I am to receive such an honor and how I vow to take very special care of it. I will never let it out of my sight.

I will find a place of honor in my house for this magnificent bust. If my children try to touch it or even look at it, I will beat them. It means that much to me. In fact, I told my wife that maybe I should buy it its own seat for the plane right home, and no, no I’m not done, I’m not done, I’m not, I’m not, no. No, I just started the speech, why would you think I’m done?

 

I want to sincerely thank the Kennedy Center for this prize and this – and the fine folks at PBS for airing this special. I am the 14th recipient of the Mark Twain prize. And you’re probably asking yourself, why did it take so long? Well, for 13 consecutive years, I have been begged by the Kennedy Center to accept this award and for 13 consecutive years, I have emphatically said, no. For years, I had many questions about this Mark Twain, the first being, who is he? It’s been donned on me that, since I was a small boy I have thoroughly enjoyed his delicious fried chicken.

 

Then my wife informed me that I was thinking of Colonel Sanders not Mark Twain. It turns out that he is considered America’s finest author and humorist, but that his real name is not Mark Twain, it was Jerry Goldman. Before that, it was Judy Blume, and before that of course, we all know the name, Samuel Langhorne Chimmins.

Despite my failings to grasp the importance of Mark Twain and what exactly he did, I decided to accept this award because of the prize money, $1 billion dollars, paid out over the next 10,000 years. To say that I’m thrilled to be here is a complete understatement, and to make this evening even more thrilling, I have just been informed that, I’m only the 11th Caucasian to receive this prestigious award...''

 

 

Now, let’s look at how to put together the body or outline of your business award or company award speech. Let's look the body of the speech under review to guide our steps.

 

'' Since taking the reins at Hershey 18 months ago, I have met and talked with our employees at all levels and across every function.  During one of these listening sessions at our Hazleton, PA manufacturing facility, I met two women that work on our Kit Kat line, Michele and Kathy.  They asked if I would sign their bump caps as they told me what an inspiration it was to have a woman as the company’s CEO.

As a small-town girl from Carlisle, PA, I am humbled and incredibly proud that as Hershey’s first female CEO, women across the company can “see themselves” in their CEO while ''

 

 

To formulate the ideas for the content of your speech, you have to first decide on the kind of speech you wish to deliver.

 

For example, if you are going to make an employee recognition speech, then your outline would be different from what you will say if you are going to make a company award speech. 

 

In the next few lines, I am going to share with you helpful tips and pointers you can use to create the outline or body no matter the kind of business award speech you want to make.

 

I will take it one step time at a time. 

 

HERE ARE IDEAS FOR THE BODY OF EMPLOYEE RECOGINTION SPEECH

 

  • How long have you been working at the company?
  • Do you remember your first day at work?
  • What are some useful lessons you’ve learned on the job?
  • Who’s inspired you the most and what do you want to tell those personalities?
  • What does the award mean to you?
  • What do you wish to tell your bosses and co-workers?

 

HERE ARE IDEAS FOR THE BODY OF RECEIVING A SPEECH ON BEHALF OF A COLLEAGUE

 

  • On whose behalf are you receiving this award?
  • Why is the award recipient not around in person to receive it?
  • Did the receiver share any story about the award? Probably a story you the award recipient of both of you? 
  • What does the award mean to him or her?

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HERE ARE IDEAS FOR THE BODY OF YOUR COMPANY AWARD SPEECH BY PRESIDENT OR CEO OR MANAGER

 

  • Why did you get into business?
  • What drives you in your line of work?
  • What are some memorable stories you wish to share?
  • Any setbacks you wish to share and lessons learned?
  • What does the award mean to you?
  • What do you want to tell the award organizers, board of directors and staff?
  • What does the future hold for your company and the industry?

 

HERE ARE IDEAS FOR THE BODY OF YOUR LONG SERVICE AWARD SPEECH

  • What does that award mean to you?
  • What does it mean remind you of?
  • Can you share a very memorable account of the time you spent working in your career or field of endeavor?
  • Who’s inspired you most and what were the lessons you learned from that person?
  • Any word of advice for the audience?
  • What do you wish to say to the event organizers?

 

HERE ARE IDEAS FOR THE BODY OF YOUR COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD SPEECH

  • What does that award mean to you?
  • What does it mean remind you of?
  • What keeps you up at night?
  • Can you share a very memorable account of the time you spent working in your career or field of endeavor?
  • Who’s inspired you most and what were the lessons you learned from that person?
  • Any word of advice for the audience?
  • What do you wish to say to the event organizers?

 

Writing assignment: Now, this is what I want you to do right now. Go back and reflect on the questions above and write down the kind of speech you are going to make. Then, provide answers to the questions beside them.

Using your answers , write a rough draft of your presentation and keep fine-tuning it until you are very happy with the end result.

 

Now, let us how you can end your speech on a memorable note. Aside from ending with such clichés as ''thank you'' and ''thank you for listening '', you can spice your concluding remarks with one or two of the following ideas to make yours a little different.

 

First, you can end by thanking a few individuals who have helped you in your professional journey.

Here’s how the speech we are looking at ended his. 

‘’I would be remiss if I didn’t share a little bit about the remarkable people who make all this good work possible. Milton Hershey didn’t start a school by himself – it was a passion shared with his wife, Catherine, that made its creation possible. Likewise, Hershey employees across the business are constantly innovating about the future of snacking and sustainability and their impact on the world…’’

 

Second, you may end with a touching poem about your storyline. Do you have one in mind?

 

Best business award speech for employee recognition

Dear Award Winner,

Let’s face it. One of the most prized possessions you will ever get in life is to be rewarded for a job well done.

It gets even sweeter when you have worked hard so hard your whole life and have been recognized for making a positive contribution to humanity.

Nonetheless, it’s not an easy thing when you are asked to deliver a few remarks after receiving your award. Your audience love, admire and respect you and are expecting you to tell them how you made it.

With all eyes on you and everyone applauding you for your excellent work, you might be a blubbering idiot if you don’t prepare very well ahead of time or even decide to wing it. No matter what you feel about speaking in public, you can make a difference if we work together with you.

If you have never made one before, then we are giving you a chance to come up with something inspiring and memorable without pulling your hair out!

Want to get on board? You should by first filling out this simple and short questionnaire.

Award ceremony around the corner? Or happening in less than 24 hours? Trust me, we can deliver! it doesn’t matter if your speech is today, tomorrow, next week, next month ,next year,... we can make things work for you  

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  • Yes, it’s for you if you are overwhelmed by the pressures of work or other things and really don’t have the time to put a beautiful speech together.
  • Yes you have to get on board; if you don’t know how to start or are not too sure if you can.
  • Yes, if you are not too eloquent or not too sure if you are on the right track.
  • Yes, if you feel writing and giving speeches is simply not your thing! You just hate it!
  • Yes, if you are still struggling to find the right words and ideas to say something memorable.
  • Yes, if you feel you might make some horrible mistakes!
  • Yes, if you are a good writer or speaker but you still want someone to look over or review what you’ve come up with!

Ok, I am Interested, What’s the Cost?

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Why? Are you guys serious? Are you not kidding?

No, we are very serious about this since we want you to be happy with your speech first!

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  • After that, we will send you a very short and simple questionnaire to fill out!
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  • If something is not too clear, we will ask you to clarify.
  • If not, we will send you a wonderful draft.
  • Then, you look it over and tell us if you are okay with it or you want to amend it till you are happy with it — although we always get it right even with the first draft.
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