Everyone knows that practice makes perfect – and everyone loves a good challenge! Speaking well “Off-The-Cuff” with little time to research or prepare is terrifying for many. But with a little guidance, and a lot of practice, you can think clearly and speak with confidence. Impromptu speaking is perfect to practice – you can do it anywhere and it only takes a few minutes!
If you are a beginner, browse through our blog for some fantastic tips and tricks on breathing, correct posture and speech structure. Make sure you are in a comfortable place, perhaps at the dinner table with a small audience or looking at yourself in your bathroom mirror. Pick the topic you’ll speak on, take a breath and repeat the topic once outloud. Give yourself between 5 – 8 minutes to deliver the speech and remember to include an opening, closing and three main points.
Here are your thirty Release Your Voice Impromptu Speaking Challenge topics:
- My biggest concern for the future is…
- Real wealth is never measured in money or possessions.
- Conservation is survival.
- Real love is not the stuff of pop songs.
- If I were an animal I’d be a…
- Plants have feelings too.
- Junk food’s popularity relies on marketing.
- To err is human. To forgive is divine.
- The world is a smaller place these days.
- The more we communicate, the less we really say.
- When I grow up…
- To be grown up is a state of mind.
- Goals are good for you.
- The most important lesson of my life so far…
- Intelligence is not enough.
- If I ruled the world…
- Color effects the way people feel.
- Ill health begins in the mind.
- Team sports build strong individuals.
- Laughter is the best medicine.
- Fools and their money are easily parted.
- Discipline is not a dirty word.
- Beauty is always in the eye of the beholder.
- Children learn what they live with.
- Poverty is a state of mind.
- What characteristics make an ideal hero and why?
- What and who is an average person?
- Advertising targeting children is immoral.
- In what situation is lying a good idea?
- Does money make the world go round?
Send us photos or videos of your speech and if you have any questions, let us know and comment below.
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