Quotes for Public Speakers (No. 324) – Richard Wagamese

Richard Wagamese on the powerful eloquence in silence for public speaking

Richard Wagamese (1955 – 2017) Canadian Author and Journalist

“There is such a powerful eloquence in silence. True genius is knowing when to say nothing, to allow the experience, the moment itself, to carry the message, to say what needs to be said. Words are less important, less effective than feeling.”

—  Richard Wagamese

Photo courtesy of Dan Harasymchuk
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2 Responses to Quotes for Public Speakers (No. 324) – Richard Wagamese

  1. Philip says:

    Following your expert advice, here is my reply ……

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