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An open-and-shut presentation. When preparing an important speech, write memorable first and last sentences. Then memorize them. Strive for closure so that you tie your opening remark to the closing thought. The audience will remember what comes at the beginning and the end more than they’ll recall what you said in between, so make the bookends of your presentation stand out.
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