To present a very inspiring speech
I want to become one of the best-class organizers of the world-famous events. For that I need to be a very powerful speaker - to motivate and inspire people around me. That is why I joined Toastmasters International, because this non-profit worldwide organization helps people to train their public speaking and leadership skills. At the current moment I want to receive a Competent Communicator award. For that I need to present an inspirational speech in front of Moscow Toastmasters at the meeting of one of the English-speaking Clubs: Moscow Free Speakers, Toastbusters or WorldSurfers.
My presentation should reach the following objectives:
- To inspire the audience by appealing to noble motives and challenging the audience to achieve a higher level of beliefs or achievement
- Appel to the audience's needs and emotions, using stories, anecdotes, and quotes to add drama.
- Avoid using notes
I should speak within 8-10 minutes, not less, not more.
Goal Accomplishment Criteria
Toastmasters International confirmation letter, CC ribbon
I love to speak in front of the audience
Good command of English language
9/10 projects are already completed up to date
Goal ecological compatibility
It's not the ribbon that drives me to complete this goal, it's my inner desire to have more practice, make more mistakes (=learn more lessons) and become more experienced speaker after all.
Study the project #10 at the Competent Comunication manual
summarize and retell to English-speaking person what I understood from the project
Ask Dennis to be my mentor for this project.
Make a list of 15-20 ideas of what my project can be about?
Result - a list of ideas.
Define 3 most favorite ideas.
Discuss the list of ideas with my Mentor.
discussion and final decision what will be the topic of my speech.
Prepare a script for my speech
Rehearsing the speech
Presenting the speech in front of my Toastmasters friends at one of our meetings. July, first part
Denis Shevchuk and 5 more people confirm that my speech was inspiring
- 22 March 2015, 15:24
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