refers to the concluding part of a speech, designed to inspire enthusiasm and drive home the 's key points with maximum impact.

A famous example is Martin Luther King Jr.'s in ‘I Have a Dream,' where he powerfully visions a future of equality and brotherhood.

This emotional summarizes his message and leaves his audience uplifted and motivated.

When crafting your , aim to reinforce your central message, appeal emotionally to your audience, and leave a .

Whether summarizing your points with reinforcing statements or with a powerful , the is your chance to resonate deeply with your listeners.

The of your speech—the peroration—is the most important part. Use your second strongest bit at the beginning and your strongest bit at the end to make your speech impactful, , and powerful.