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"I thank God we live in a country where we can burn our flag if we want to -- I also thank God for the right to bear arms so I can shoot you if you try to burn mine!"
-- Johnny Cash
Ringing Words: Superior Executive Speechwriting
"Give me the right word and the right accent and I will move the world." -- Joseph Conrad
Joseph Conrad was right. Words can move the world. But where do
you find the right words? One way is to ask an expert.
I'm Hal Gordon. I'm a former White House speechwriter. For more than 30 years, I've made my living writing speeches for some of the most prominent people in America -- from top corporate and nonprofit executives to General Colin Powell.
Speechwriting is a specialty; if you want a really good speech you need an expert to write it. Speechwriting is also labor intensive. Writing a good speech requires in-depth research at the start and extensive editing and revision at the end. Unfortunately, in an era of lean staffing, fewer executives have personal speechwriters who have the skills and the time it takes to write a top-quality speech.
Here's where I can help. As a freelance speechwriter, I can give your speech my full attention. I can write a speech from scratch, or I can take your rough draft and polish it into a gem. So if you need help finding the right words for any occasion, call me. I can offer you top-flight communications skills at reasonable rates. I've made a career by providing executive speech writing for some of the most successful people in this country, and I can do the same for you. For more information about me, click here. For a look at what people who know my work have to say about me, click here. For a brief description of my approach to the speechwriter's craft, click here. To view my resume on LinkedIn, click here. To email me, click here.
Hal is a speech writer Texas executives and leaders throughout the nation trust for excellence.
Hal regularly contributes to PunditWire (www.punditwire.com), a website featuring commentaries on topics of interest by present and former political speechwriters. PunditWire is hosted by the School of Communications of American University in Washington, D.C.