"I did not have any time to prepare for
the death of my father, this book and samples help me share the love and
joy that I had when he was on this earth"
"We all like to think that we are reasonably good public speakers.
This type of speech is different, I am afraid without a resource like
this I would of not done justice to my grandmother's memory"
If you are
coping with your own grief. If you feel a heavy burden of responsibility
to make sure you say the right things or you may feel you do not have
enough time to put together a eulogy that properly honors the one you
love. This package is for you.
Writing and giving a eulogy is a way of
saying farewell to someone who has died that, in a sense, brings the
person to life in the minds of the audience. For some people, the
opportunity to speak during the funeral service about the person they
knew is a welcome one. But even if you�re used to speaking in public,
finding words to say can be difficult because of the special
circumstances involved with a funeral.
You may be coping with your own grief. You
may feel a heavy burden of responsibility to make sure you say the right
things. For those of you that do not
enjoy speaking in public this adds yet another element � fear - into an
already emotional period in your life.
What do I say?
How long do I talk for?
What are the right things to say and what are the wrong things to say?
What happens if I break down?
How do I appropriately honor this person?
This particular book was written to help
non-professional speakers deliver a thoughtful and moving eulogy. We
recognize that this type of speech is very difficult, very unique and
very meaningful. It is your chance to think about and express the value
of the life that was lived. We also recognize that you are under severe
time constraints, so we have spent countless hours researching
appropriate content ideas and speeches that will allow you to have more
time with your loved ones.
In this book you will get outline ideas, content used in other eulogies,
tips, and strategies specifically designed to help you quickly prepare a
memorable eulogy. Although this book is over 100 pages long and
covers every facet of developing and delivering a eulogy, it was not
designed for you to read through the whole book. Our goals was to
have one book, one resource that you could turn to - because you do not
have much time. While you may feel comfortable speaking in front
of a lot of people, you may not be comfortable how to structure a eulogy
and the protocols that are usually followed. You may know what you
are going to say, but is it appropriately organized, is it the right
length, will your audience remember this day, your words and the loved
This book has over 113 pages. It was designed to cover the full
spectrum of developing and giving a eulogy, the book covers:
Fast track techniques for developing your eulogy
Eulogy protocols for time and tone
What you should do if there are multiple speakers at a funeral
Professional writing brainstorming techniques for coming up with ideas
for the eulogy
4 of the most popular ways to structure a eulogy
12 techniques for reducing your anxiety
Over 100 carefully selected poems, anecdotes, quotes, religious
references and much more
If you order this package, you will also get a free free silver
www.podiumnotes.com a speech content database that contains
thousands of speeches, quotes, anecdotes, movie lines, proverbs, poetry,
history items and much more � a $25 value. This will site will provide
you with additional ideas for your eulogy.
If you are looking just for Eulogies
Samples, click on the link below.
22 sample eulogies written by professional writers.
Over 100 quotes that are appropriate for eulogies
Scott Brogan has been writing speeches and
presentations for over 20 years. He has published numerous articles on public
speaking and three books: The
The Business Speech
and Delivering a Memorable
Eulogy. He is also the founder of
www.podiumnotes.com a website that contains tips, strategies, content and
ideas for your next speech - Your Virtual
Cyrano de Bergerac!