By Emma Foster
Speaking in front of any group of people can be a very nerve-racking experience. The stakes are even higher when you are delivering a speech in front of your business associates. Even worse, if you are presenting a speech as part of a sales pitch.
In today`s fast-paced overworked world, having to prepare a speech besides all your usual daily tasks can seem near impossible. In times like these, you could reach out and seek help from professional essay writing services. Hiring one of these companies can have its benefits and pitfalls and this article will try to present both sides of the medal. Let`s look at all options so you can choose the best approach for your needs.
First, let`s explore the positives:
The most obvious benefit of using writing services is that you will have more time. You will be able to finish more work and increase your productivity in general. You can plan ahead knowing the exact date when you will have a finished speech at your disposal. Ability to manage your time is a huge asset when most people have hectic schedules where every minute counts.
You are not a professional writer and people working for these companies are. You can be the biggest expert in the world, but if you don`t create an engaging and interesting speech you won`t be able to transfer knowledge to your audience. In a sales pitch, if you are not clear and to the point, potential clients will get confused and you will most likely lose a good opportunity. A writing service will produce a structured essay easy to convert into an amazing speech.
After using writing services a few times, you will become a better writer. You will see firsthand how the finished product should look. When the time comes that you need to present or write again, you will be able to do it much better and faster than before.
Now, let`s see the negatives:
LESS KNOWLEDGE ABOUT YOUR TOPIC
When preparing a speech, you are passively gaining new knowledge trough research. Even if you are an expert on the subject you are sure to learn some new information and expand your knowledge. When using a writing service, you get a finished product and your knowledge is limited. There is a possibility that you will get a question from one of the participants that you did not prepare for. Using a writing service will save you considerable time but you still need to learn the speech and prepare for all potential questions.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT WRITING SERVICE
There is a huge number of writing services companies available online today. Choosing the right one can be a time-consuming and tiresome task. Ideally, you will know someone who has already used a good one so you will be safe. More likely, you will need to conduct research and find one that best suits your requirements. Prices and quality vary, so if you know you will be using one, do the research beforehand and have one ready to go.
ESSAY VS SPEECH
Most essay writing services target students as their key demographic. It will be extremely difficult to find a writing service that delivers speeches. The downside of hiring one is that you will not get a complete solution for your issue. You need to know that an essay and a speech are vastly different mediums. You need to customize any essays you buy into a great speech. Always keep in mind that a speech needs to be fast flowing and to the point. People are visual beings so be sure to enrich your speech with pictures, graphs or even short videos!
There you have it. Hiring an essay writing service can be very useful when you are in a tight spot for time or if you are not an expert on the matter. The service will provide a quality speech full of useful information in a structured form that is easy to learn. However, be sure to research a bit more outside of the speech content to be fully prepared. Good luck in delivering your amazingly prepared, interesting and engaging speech!
Bio: Emma Foster is a dedicated blogger on educational writing topics and essay writer. She works as a Literature Teacher at Texas A&M University-Commerce and knows about writing tendencies from the depth. Follow her on Twitter