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A Master of Ceremonies podcasts are about how complete beginners can be brilliant MCs! Masters and Mistresses of Ceremonies are very important people. They can make or break a wedding reception, conference or function. They can bore the pants off the guests and be stiff and dull, or bring the event alive with humour and energy and have the audience enthralled. Invited to MC? Don't risk letting people down by lacking in confidence, or not knowing all you should. By following our podcasts, you'll know what your duties are, AND how to do them brilliantly. Now is the time. After the event is too late, isn't it? Based on the book “A Master of Ceremonies” we cover all the ins and outs of MCing, from how to relate well to your audience or guests, how to introduce and thank speakers or performers, to how to manage the timing correctly and how to prepare properly. There are sample introductions and thank-yous and sample wedding speeches, plus tips to help you prepare 2 weeks beforehand, 7 days beforehand and the night before; plus tips on using a microphone, exercises to help you read a script confidently, examples of what not to do, and more ... “How to Emcee a Wedding”: Tips and practical advice on how to be a brilliant, engaging and accomplished Master of Ceremonies at a wedding reception. Understand your duties as MC; leave the bride and groom (and their parents and families) feeling proud, and the wedding guests happy. “Wedding Jokes & Humour”: It's a tradition for the best man and master of ceremonies to amuse wedding guests with jokes and humorous anecdotes, and more recently this has extended to include the bride and groom and even the father of the bride. Be both funny and engaging with our jokes & quotes. “MC Business & Social Events”: It's an honour (and a bit daunting) to be the Master of Ceremonies at a business, birthday or other event. Impress your co-workers and the audience & keep them engaged and entertained with our tips and practical advice.

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A Master of Ceremonies podcasts are about how complete beginners can be brilliant MCs! Masters and Mistresses of Ceremonies are very important people. They can make or break a wedding reception, conference or function. They can bore the pants off the guests and be stiff and dull, or bring the event alive with humour and energy and have the audience enthralled. Invited to MC? Don't risk letting people down by lacking in confidence, or not knowing all you should. By following our podcasts, you'll know what your duties are, AND how to do them brilliantly. Now is the time. After the event is too late, isn't it? Based on the book “A Master of Ceremonies” we cover all the ins and outs of MCing, from how to relate well to your audience or guests, how to introduce and thank speakers or performers, to how to manage the timing correctly and how to prepare properly. There are sample introductions and thank-yous and sample wedding speeches, plus tips to help you prepare 2 weeks beforehand, 7 days beforehand and the night before; plus tips on using a microphone, exercises to help you read a script confidently, examples of what not to do, and more ... “How to Emcee a Wedding”: Tips and practical advice on how to be a brilliant, engaging and accomplished Master of Ceremonies at a wedding reception. Understand your duties as MC; leave the bride and groom (and their parents and families) feeling proud, and the wedding guests happy. “Wedding Jokes & Humour”: It's a tradition for the best man and master of ceremonies to amuse wedding guests with jokes and humorous anecdotes, and more recently this has extended to include the bride and groom and even the father of the bride. Be both funny and engaging with our jokes & quotes. “MC Business & Social Events”: It's an honour (and a bit daunting) to be the Master of Ceremonies at a business, birthday or other event. Impress your co-workers and the audience & keep them engaged and entertained with our tips and practical advice.

    EP07 - A Master of Ceremonies (Weddings) - How to write a wedding speech

    EP07 - A Master of Ceremonies (Weddings) - How to write a wedding speech

    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 how to find sample wedding speeches.

    More information is contained on Rachel's website http//www.masterofceremonies.info

     
    Source: A Master of Ceremonies - The ultimate beginner's guide to being a brilliant MC (http://www.masterofceremonies.info/MC-book-purchase.html)

    EP06 - A Master of Ceremonies (Weddings) - Wedding jokes and toasts

    EP06 - A Master of Ceremonies (Weddings) - Wedding jokes and toasts

    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 acquire relevant wedding jokes, toasts and quotes.

    More information is contained on Rachel's website http//www.masterofceremonies.info
    Source: A Master of Ceremonies - The ultimate beginner's guide to being a brilliant MC (http://www.masterofceremonies.info/MC-book-purchase.html)

    EP05 - A Master of Ceremonies - Birthday MC tips

    EP05 - A Master of Ceremonies - Birthday MC tips

    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 how to acquire relevant birthday jokes and quotes.

    More information is contained on Rachel's website http//www.masterofceremonies.info
    Source: A Master of ceremonies: how to be a brilliant MC (http://www.masterofceremonies.info/MC-book-purchase.html)

    EP04 - A Master of Ceremonies - How to thank speakers and performers

    EP04 - A Master of Ceremonies - How to thank speakers and performers

    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 and how to achieve this.

    More information is contained on Rachel's website http//www.masterofceremonies.info
    Source: A Master of Ceremonies - The ultimate beginner's guide to being a brilliant MC (A Master of Ceremonies - The ultimate beginner's guide to being a brilliant MC)

    EP03 - A Master of Ceremonies (Weddings) - How to interview the bride and groom

    EP03 - A Master of Ceremonies (Weddings) - How to interview the bride and groom

    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 vital. A checklist of questions is also available.

    More information is contained on Rachel's website http//www.masterofceremonies.info
    Source: A Master of ceremonies: how to be a brilliant MC (http://www.masterofceremonies.info/MC-book-purchase.html)

    EP02 - A Master of Ceremonies - How to keep an event to time

    EP02 - A Master of Ceremonies - How to keep an event to time

    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 everything runs to time and where to find example run sheets.

    More information is contained on Rachel's website http//www.masterofceremonies.info

     
    Source: A Master of Ceremonies - The ultimate beginner's guide to being a brilliant MC (http://www.masterofceremonies.info/MC-book-purchase.html)

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