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Impromptu presentation tips
Impromptu presentation tips
Impromptu presentation tips
Impromptu presentation tips
Impromptu presentation tips
Impromptu presentation tips
Impromptu presentation tips
Impromptu presentation tips
Impromptu presentation tips
Impromptu presentation tips
Impromptu presentation tips
Impromptu presentation tips
Impromptu presentation tips
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Impromptu presentation tips

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Tips on how to handle impromptu topics as a speaker. Learning to think on your feet is a great way to increase your confidence as a speaker. We have to deal with off the cuff questions daily - after …

Tips on how to handle impromptu topics as a speaker. Learning to think on your feet is a great way to increase your confidence as a speaker. We have to deal with off the cuff questions daily - after presentations, when dating and in social situations.

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  • Tips for speaking off the cuff
  • Relating ideas (analogy) together
    e.g. handling fear of snakes similar to fear of speaking
  • Speaking to the opposite
    Changing the view or approach.
    e.g. on corruption, speak to integrity and principle
  • If you were a cat? Alien? Fly on wall? chair?
    Life would be
    Topic would seem
  • 2 characters discussing the topic
    Father and son, mother and daughter, husband wife ...
  • loosely related to the topic
  • Dramatic story relating to topic
  • Aliens, cows that talk, mind reading
    and chip implants
  • Speak to the past or future of the topic
    What it meant or will mean in another time
  • Two or more sides of argument
    Trig is easy, walking and chewing gum is hard
  • It was a dark and stormy night, the wind howled
    Mrs Faversham was in the library
  • Meat, meet - Meat :)
    Begonia - no longer just a flower ….
    The place you go when you are gone from here…
  • Transcript

    • 1. Impromptu tips for Speakers
    • 2. Analogy
    • 3. Reframing
    • 4. Change the angle
    • 5. Create a dialogue
    • 6. Open with a question, quote or joke This reminds me of the quote by Einstein “...” Ha Ha Ha
    • 7. Personal monodrama
    • 8. Make it ridiculous … 8
    • 9. Past, present and future
    • 10. On one hand, on the other hand
    • 11. Dramatic story
    • 12. Alternate meanings
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