I’ve written other blog posts about how to organize your speech. Whether it’s chronological, topical, process, or special order depends on your topic. It is extremely important that you organize a speech, but why is it important to organize at all? As a speaker, your role is to inform the audience about your topic and possibly persuade them to take action. Your audience will understand your thoughts better if you have them in some logical order. There are benefits for the presenter as well as the audience. The presenter can follow a well-organized speech and be able to think more effectively and maintain flow. At the same time, your audience will understand and better comprehend, they will remember your presentation better, the presenter will remain the expert, and the presentation will be more enjoyable for all.