No Room for "The Yada Yada"
In a classic episode of "Seinfeld", the gang discusses the merits of filling in conversations using the phrase, "yada, yada, yada". While it has become a running gag, a way of avoiding the truth; it is a problem when you want to convey a message.
How many of your speeches or presentations could translate to "yada, yada, yada"? How often have used fluff, wording that is not succinct, or just repetition in order to sound like you are saying something - when you're not saying much of anything? It is too easy to fall into the yada yada trap.
I have written speeches for religious events, business presentations, weddings, funerals, public meetings, and more. The goal for some spoken words has been "economy of words" with an emphasis on results, and for others it has been to get an emotional response, donations, or just purely to educate.
The point is that you don't have to struggle with spoken word compositions. I am here to help. Let's talk about your upcoming needs for spoken words, and whether it is a narration for a video or presentation, vows for your wedding, or a speech that must motivate listeners to take action - we'll make sure it is succinct, engaging, and totally free of the yada yada.
I currently work with clients to craft:
Contact me today to book an hour of consultation and to really dig into your spoken words needs and goals.