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After years of frustration—possibly, an explanation.

David Murray

Editor, Vital Speeches of the Day
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Lane made seven figures for helping Welch "talk G.E. into becoming the world's greatest company."

David Murray

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Organizations seek speechwriters in the Czech Republic, Australia and Pennsylvania.

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A happy speechwriter praises his boss.

David Murray

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Speaker defends speaking fees because they "support an industry that helps many of us keeps roofs over our kid’s heads."

David Murray

Editor, Vital Speeches of the Day
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce's formula: Play it cool, and press charges.

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Study finds that 23% of employees don't know the chief executive's name, and 32% would struggle to pick him or her out of a lineup.

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Australian speechwriter Michael Gurr died. His speechwriting colleague remembered him, with a poem.

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Hilton, and the mayor of Berkeley, Calif. both seek scribes.

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The question isn't why are speakers accepting big speaking fees; it's why are event planners offering them. (Not for good reasons.)

David Murray

Editor, Vital Speeches of the Day
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"After years of writing in someone else's voice," says longtime Clinton scribe Lissa Muscatine, "I just felt absolutely compelled to write this book."

David Murray

Editor, Vital Speeches of the Day
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Job involves writing, editing and mentoring other speechwriters.

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From David Rockefeller's longtime "speech drafter" Fraser Seitel, a cautionary tale about distributing advance speech copies.

Fraser P. Seitel

Author, The Practice of Public Relations
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Searching for speechwriting lessons even on vacation, Vital Speeches editor David Murray shares what he picked up, poolside.

David Murray

Editor, Vital Speeches of the Day
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In the interest of sounding bolder and blunter, will speechwriters soon be swearing in their scripts?

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Part of a broader move to promote Hindi over Bengali, Telugu, Marathi and other languages.

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Social scientists say yes.

David Murray

Editor, Vital Speeches of the Day
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Job ideal for "those who want to feel a sense of purpose in their work and who can flourish in a demanding and dynamic environment."

Professional Speechwriters Association