Public-Speaking Lessons from Daniel Day-Lewis’ Acceptance Speech


Daniel Day-Lewis (Reuters)

If you were able to stay awake for arguably one of the worst Oscar shows in recent memory (David Letterman, all is forgiven), you were rewarded with one of the best Oscar acceptance speeches ever.  Best Actor winner Daniel Day-Lewis (Lincoln) was funny, gracious and brief — or perhaps we just wanted him to keep going.

Fox Business’ Gabrielle Karol spoke to a national expert on public speaking, to show us how Day-Lewis got it right.

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