If you like the article it will be great if you share it. ‘Speaking off the cuff’, ‘thinking on your feet’ or ‘being put on the spot’.
These are all phrases that refer to impromptu public speaking.
Which topic do you know most about and find interesting?
Are there any hot topics that are bound to be a crowd pleaser?
When you review your short list of finalists there may be one topic that just leaps out at you, you find yourself naturally bonding with it and the speech is beginning to write itself in your mind.
When this happens you have hit the jack pot and the speech writing process can commence.
At this stage you need to go with your gut instinct and not spend hours debating.
A decision now must be made and then you need to stick to it.
Before writing any speech selecting the right speech topic can be a painful, drawn out and tedious process. With our Public Speaking for Life guide on how to select a speech topic you can narrow down the right speech topic for you without wasting time!
Finding out what the nature of the speaking event is and the primary purpose behind it can really help in narrowing down a topic which is relevant and fit for purpose.