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Beau Nash (1674–1762), born Richard Nash, was a celebrated dandy and leader of fashion in 18th-century Britain. He is best remembered as the Master of Ceremonies at the spa town of Bath. (Wikipedia) This, the best of Goldsmith's Biographies, was published the year after Nash's death. It was at once popular, and went through two editions in the same year in which it was published. To the second edition (it never reached a third), Goldsmith made many important additions. Yet strange to say non ...
 
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In the seventh episode of "A Master of Ceremonies: how to be a brilliant wedding MC" writer and keynote speaker Rachel Green talks about how to write a superb wedding speech as the master of ceremony, bride, groom, best man or other wedding speaker. She talks about why the order of the wedding speeches matters, the toasts to be given, humour, and h…
 
In the sixth episode of "A Master of Ceremonies: how to be a brilliant wedding MC" writer and keynote speaker Rachel Green talks about how to add humour to your wedding speeches without the pitfalls of using well-worn and risqué wedding jokes. She also talks about the one key way to make the wedding reception and speeches more intimate and how to a…
 
In the fifth episode of "A Master of Ceremonies: how to be a brilliant birthday MC" writer and keynote speaker Rachel Green talks about how to create special memories for the birthday man or woman as the master of ceremony at a birthday. She also talks about other aspects of your birthday emcee role, such as how to keep to time, how to prepare and …
 
In the fourth episode of "A Master of Ceremonies: how to be a brilliant MC" writer and keynote speaker Rachel Green talks about how to thank people, as the master of ceremony at a wedding, conference, birthday or other event, so that you build the appreciation of the guests or audience. She explains the type of impact your thank-yous need to have a…
 
In the third episode of "A Master of Ceremonies: how to be a brilliant MC at a wedding" writer and keynote speaker Rachel Green talks about why, as the wedding MC, you need to interview the bride and groom. She talks about the wedding rituals, guests, speeches, cutting of the cake, and more; and explains why preparation as the wedding emcee is vita…
 
In the second episode of "A Master of Ceremonies: how to be a brilliant MC" writer and keynote speaker Rachel Green talks about how, as an MC, to manage the timing at a wedding reception, conference or other corporate or community event. She explains why the Master of Ceremony must stop people going over time, how to develop a system to ensure ever…
 
In the first episode of "A Master of Ceremonies: how to be a brilliant corporate MC" writer and keynote speaker Rachel Green talks about how to avoid the pitfalls of introducing speakers or performers when you are the MC for a business conference, awards night, fundraiser or seminar. She talks about your corporate emcee role, why preparation is vit…
 
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