A speech does not always have to be long to inspire. If a speech is brief, sharp and sufficiently powerful, it may even create a stronger impression than a lengthy story. It is important to capture the momentum. In this scene, South African rugby captain François Pienaar urges his team to make an effort to win by taking advantage of the atmosphere at the stadium. Hence the lesson: A speech is always a dialogue that consists of two parts – listening and speaking. Happy viewing!
HARDI KINNAS, CO-FOUNDER OF ANONYMOUS PRESENTERS