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The Guide to a Dead Brilliant Funeral Speech: Because You Only Get One Chance to Make a Last Impression

The Guide to a Dead Brilliant Funeral Speech: Because You Only Get One Chance to Make a Last Impression (Paperback)

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"The Guide to a Dead Brilliant Funeral Speech" is the handbook for those who are privileged to deliver funeral eulogies/speeches as a profession or for those called upon to speak at a funeral for the very first time. It is a light hearted yet powerful guide to helping funeral officiants deliver a memorable funeral speech that leaves an audience feeling, 'that was the best funeral I have ever attended'. Neil offers tools, tips and technical advice on how to communicate effectively at a funeral, in addition to humorous stories and reflections that point to radical changes taking place within the world of funeral ceremonies towards personalised and bespoke funeral services.

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Neil is one of the most experienced Civil Funeral Celebrants in the UK. He is a member of the Professional Speakers Association, the joint President of the Association of Independent Celebrants and the Director of Studies for the UK Division of the International College of Celebrancy. He divides his time between speaking at funerals, coaching, training people to become Civil Funeral Celebrants and delivering keynotes and workshops on the theme of 'Legacy' and 'This is your life'.

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