Reading speech analyses is a powerful way to improve our public speaking.
Without question, the best way to become a better speaker is to speak. We learn by doing, making mistakes, reflecting, refining and doing again. However, there are other ways that we can improve our skills at the craft. One way is to analyze other speeches.
As this blog has grown I have analyzed a number of different speeches and reader response has been very positive. Although you can find these speech analyses using the search functions on this blog, I wanted to make it easier for you. So I have collected the links of all of my analyses and put them in one place.
If you look at the tabs at the top of this page, you will see “Analysis of Speeches“. Just click that tab and you will be taken to the page where all of the speech analyses are arranged alphabetically according to the last name of the speaker.
As I do more speech analyses in the future, I will add the relevant links to this page. I hope that you continue to find them useful. And don’t just settle for my analyses; be sure to think critically about the speeches yourself and note your own observations and suggestions.