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Business speech delivered after conference

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									DESCRIPTION: Business speech delivered after conference. FOR WHOM THE SPEECH IS SUITABLE FOR: CEO, Management, etc. My! What a conference we had. We certainly had quite an experience here. We got to spend time with other coworkers and got know each other better. We talked about a wide range of topics, such as the history of the company and our plans for the future. We also discussed how the company is doing now. We even addressed matters that we needed to attend to. But above all, we recognized and applauded our employees for all your splendid qualities while focusing on these five essentials: (1) Effort, (2) Endurance (3) Education, (4) Experience, and (5) Enthusiasm. When I think about this outstanding group of people, the image that comes to mind is the traveler found in Robert Frost’s poem called “The Road Not Taken”: I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. In this poem the main character comes across a path that leads to two different roads. The traveler in this poem realizes for whatever reasons that he/she could not travel both. Looking down the first road as far as possible, the traveler sees many bushes and shrubs under the trees and at other places. Then there is the second road, which looks fair and grassy. The road does not appear to have any risks along the path. It looks reasonable and uncomplicated to pass through. It looks fine to the traveler. Because that trail is more appealing to the traveler, it seems to be the better road to take. After weighing the alternatives, the person chooses the one that fewer people have traveled on. When the traveler reaches a certain point on the course, the person lets out a big sigh. Most likely, the person sighs not because of having regrets for choosing this direction. In all likelihood, it is a sigh of relief because the difficult part of the journey is over and the task is completed. Or the sigh is a result of exhaustion from the journey. For the most part, the sigh shows that the trek involves much exertion and has taken much out of the person. Still, the trail that individual has chosen is the right path. Just like the poem, there are two roads in life. It is with great pride and joy when I say that this special unit of people has taken the high road. Some people would have preferred the easier more appealing road, the road that is more comfortable and more convenient and the one that requires less effort. Either that or they would ha
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