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Involve your audience. Avoid predictable jokes or anecdotes. Instead, try playing “Name That Tune” by inviting the crowd to guess a song after they hear the first few notes. Or hold up a prop and say, “By the end of my speech, you’ll know what this is and how it’s used.”
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