Even if You Don't Know Where to Start and You Hate Public Speaking
How much better would you feel, how much more confident, if you had a clear, easy-to-follow, step-by-step plan right in front of you?
How much easier would your task look, knowing you had an experienced guide by your side? A guide who made it both quick and simple for you to gather the right facts, decide what to include, bring it all together and then to deliver your speech with clarity and assurance?
Writing that First Eulogy, on my Own, without Help, was Emotional Torture
It was a bit like when you go to the dentist, and you know that you need to go through with it, and you know it's important, and you know absolutely that you'll be glad once it's over, but in the meantime it's so painful, and every moment seems to drag, and you desperately want a way to get through it as easily as possible.
Since that time I’ve been privileged to preside at hundreds of funerals, and I’ve written, advised on and delivered almost as many eulogies. And I’ve done this for people of all ages, of all backgrounds, and in all circumstances. And it has given me many of the most rewarding experiences of my life.
I’ve even been interviewed live on the BBC in England about it.