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  • Subject

    • What do I want to talk about?
  • Central Theme

    • What do I want to focus on regarding the subject?
  • Objective Statement

    • Persuasive: Every [__] should [__] because of/for [key word].
    • Enabling: Every [__] can [__] by [key word].
  • Resources

    • What would bring light, color, and clarity to my message?
    • What would make my message more memorable?
  • Evaluation

  • Attribution

    This outline was prepared by John R. Meese as an aid to students of the SCORRE™ method taught by Ken Davis and Michael Hyatt of Dynamic Communicators International.

    This outline represents fan material, created independent of the SCORRE™ method creators. For more information on the method itself, check out the book Secrets of Dynamic Communications or attend the SCORRE™ Conference—or better yet, do both.

  • Feedback?

    If you find any errors here, or have advice about how to make this template easier to use, let me know via Twitter or email.

  • Opening

    • Establish connection with the audience
    • Stir interest in the subject
    • Show the basis for giving the talk
    • Develop rapport with the audience
    • Make the audience want to listen
    • Prepare the audience
  • Rationale:

    • Persuasive: Why?
    • Enabling: How?

    [Key word]:

  • Closing

    • Restate the objective and remind the audience of the logic that led to it.
    • Give the opportunity for response or application
  • Title Ideas:

    *

  • Illustrations:

    *

  • Images:

    *

  • Links:

    *

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