“The perfect best man’s speech may take hours of work to assemble, delivered with the help of a willing audience and a healthy amount of Dutch courage.
Those who wish to have their words go down in history, however, may wish to adopt one other unexpected tactic: a cough.”
Studies have shown that people can only pay attention for around five minutes without fatigue. Professor David Crystal suggests a cough as a light impromptu interruption to reinvigorate the audiences attention.
Click through the link to read the full article from the Telegraph to get David’s top tips for delivering the best best man speech.
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