What Are Some Examples of "attention Getters" in Speeches?

Some examples of "attention getters" in speeches include direct questions, such as asking the audience whether they eat meat or how they would feel if their rights were taken away, or anecdotes about a travel experience or what it's like to work in politics. The purpose of an attention getter is to seize the audience's interest and attention from the very beginning of a speech, as well as to set the tone for what will come next.