Highlights of World Champions of Public Speaking 2016

August 25, 2016

Here are the Results of World Champions of Public Speaking 2016:

World Champions of Public Speaking 2016

Congratulations to Darren Tay Wen Jie of Singapore, District 80, on becoming the 2016 World Champion of Public Speaking.

Congratulations to Aaron Beverly of Pennsylvania, District 18, on finishing in second place.

Congratulations to Josephine Lee of Founders District in California, on finishing in third place for her speech.

 

Source:http://www.toastmasters.org/Events/2016-International-Convention

Darren Tay Wen Jie World Champion of ‪Public Speaking 2016 Full Speech, “Outsmart; Outlast”.


Here’s a breakdown of the speech that won the 2016 World Championship of Public Speaking.
Source: http://www.businessinsider.sg/toastmasters-public-speaking-champion-darren-tay-2016-8

  1. He immediately disarms the audience
  2. He develops a message
  3. He lets that message guide his speech
  4. He effectively uses body language
  5. He has a dialogue with the audience

Singaporean lawyer wins international public speaking championship.
Here is another press release about the event.

Highlights of 2nd place winner 2016 World Championship of Public Speaking – Aaron Beverly

Highlights of 3rd place winner 2016 World Championship of Public Speaking – Josephine Lee

Practice is the key to helping you improve on your communication and presentation skills. Join Toastmasters and find a club that you like to practise your speeches in a friendly environments.  You are welcome to visit our Kampong Ubi Toastmasters Club if you are living in Singapore.

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World Champions of Public Speaking Winning Speeches Playlist

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Step-by-Step Guide to Become a Better Public Speaker

August 11, 2016

Here is Your Easy to Follow Step-by-Step Guide to Perfect Your Public Speaking Skills published in The Muse.

guide

Creating It

1. Watch Other People
2. Gather Information
3. Jot Down What You’d Like to Talk About
4. Figure Out Your Important Points
5. Write it Out

  • An Attention-Getting Introduction
  • A Preview
  • Points 1 Through 3
  • A Recap
  • A Q&A
  • A Closer

6. Add in Transitions
7. Decide on Your Visuals
8. Edit (and Then Edit Some More)

 

Rehearsing

9. Find Out if You’ll Be Able to Bring Up Notes
10. Break it Down Into Sections
11. Visualize It
12. Rewrite It
13. Time It
14. Say it in Front of a Mirror
15. Record Yourself
16. Practice in Front of a Friend
17. Think About Body Language
18. Think About Tone and Pace
19. Consider Volume
20. Check Out the Space

 

Conquering the Fear

21. Imagine the Worst
22. Remember That It’s Not About You
23. Remember That You’re Not Alone
24. Get to Know Your Fear
25. Know That it Won’t Go the Way You Expect it To

 

Getting Up There

26. Breathe
27. Work Your Power Pose
28. Find a Focal Point
29. But Also Make Eye Contact
30. Create Silence
31. Be Your (Slightly Better) Self

 

If you want to get more practice, join toastmasters. Find a club that you like to practise your speeches in a friendly environments. You are welcome to visit our Kampong Ubi Toastmasters Club if you are living in Singapore.

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