As the executive director of the Professional Speechwriters Association, I'm obligated to help anyone in need of advice on speeches and speechwriting. And offering free advice to scribes in trouble is often the best part of my day. You don't even have to be a dues-paying, logo-flying PSA member to command my loving attention.
But you do have to talk regular, cuz I'm not going to sit there on the phone exchanging gibberish.
And if you interrupt my workday to ask me for "best practices around creating top-notch speaking content," I'll feign total bewilderment until you break that down into something closer to, "advice for writing good speeches."
Must. Hold. The line.
Because that's part of my job, too.