Let's face it, speechwriters are a faceless group. We sit in offices, writing material for other people to stand up and deliver. The best speechwriters stay hidden, satisfied in the role they play in helping a speaker develop and deliver a useful and engaging talk or speech. Unknown. Unseen. A ghost.
So how does a ghost speechwriter get recognized? How do you prove to others that what you do is measurably good, maybe even great? By entering the best and most prestigious contest for speechWRITERS, the Cicero Awards. It can get you recognized, give you a rare but beneficial addition to your resume and earn you the unending admiration of your fellow ghosts.
This is the time to do something not for your speaker, but for you. Enter now. Before it's too late.