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Winsupply
Johnson Controls
LexisNexis
Woolpert
Lion
University of Dayton

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"Teresa was able to mold my experiences into stories that resonated with both sets of listeners. I look forward to teaming up with Teresa again in the future!"
CHAD DELLIGATTI
InnoSource
"I want you to know how much I appreciate all the time and effort you put into this project. I know you made a tremendous difference in the quality of their presentation and the impact it has on the employees."
ROBIN BRUN
Center for Leadership, University of Dayton
"We would like to recommend Teresa Zumwald as your No. 1 speechwriter. Her accessible style, high intelligence, thorough questions to gather enough material to build the story, and incredible experience ensure that it is a treat to work with her. For us she deserves an Oscar for every speech!"
FORMER CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Two global manufacturing companies based in Europe

From the Blog

How NOT to open a speech + some inspiration

When you’re preparing an important speech or keynote presentation, do you tend to default to one of these four opening lines? You begin with a long line of thank-you’s to people we may or may not know. You tell a joke you found online the night before. You share the process you used to prepare […]

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How to make a keynote speech resonate when your audience is wildly diverse

Worried whether your speech has the power to connect with listeners from very different backgrounds and levels of experience? Jump-start your thinking with these seven steps based on a Cicero Speechwriting Award-winning keynote that resonated with 250 men and women from age 18 to 80.   When Barbara Hayde — former president of The Entrepreneurs […]

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7 ways to rock your next acceptance speech

Your audience will thank you if you skirt the predictable – and instead give them something to think about or act upon after the evening is over. For many executives, receiving an award is a good news, bad news thing. First, the good news: “Congratulations! You’ve won an award for your outstanding achievements!” (And now […]

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The Team

CYRUS MAVALWALA
CYRUS MAVALWALA
Communication Strategist,
Trainer & Speaker
DI MADEWELL
DI MADEWELL
Graphic Designer & Illustrator
KELLEY ALEXANDER
KELLEY ALEXANDER
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