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Highlights of World Champions of Public Speaking 2019

Here are the Results of World Champions of Public Speaking 2019:    winners-trophy

Congratulations to Aaron Beverly, District 18, on becoming the 2019 World Champion of Public Speaking.

Congratulations to Luisa Montalvo, District 55, on finishing in second place.

Congratulations to Kwong Yue Yang, District 89, on finishing in third place for his speech.

“Each year, the Toastmasters International Convention culminates in the final round of the International Speech Contest, where the World Champion of Public Speaking is chosen. In this exciting event, six contestants from all over the world deliver 5- to 7-minute speeches that are evaluated by a panel of experienced Toastmasters. After a year of competing in club, area, district, and semifinal competitions, these contestants have advanced for the chance to win this prestigious accolade.”

Watch Aaron Beverly – the 2019 Toastmasters International World Champion of Public Speaking – deliver his winning speech “An Unbelievable Story.”

Philadelphia man’s ‘unbelievable story’ helps him win the World Championship of Public Speaking.

Beverly’s top tips for public speaking:

  1. The number one golden rule is to know your audience.
  2. Record yourself giving your speech so you can see how you look and sound.
  3. Have colleagues or friends who you trust to give you unbiased feedback.
  4. Use words that you normally use in everyday conversations.
  5. Have fun with the crowd.

2nd Place Winner 2019 World Championship of Public Speaking – Luisa Montalvo

Toastmasters International World Championship of Public Speaking second place winner Luisa Montalvo. Her speech is titled, “First Impressions.”

3rd Place Winner 2019 World Championship of Public Speaking – Kwong Yue Yang

Toastmasters International World Championship of Public Speaking third-place winner Kwong Yue Yang. His speech is titled, “Less and More.”

Practice is the key to helping you improve your communication and presentation skills. Join Toastmasters and find a club that you like to practise your speeches in a friendly environment.  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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Highlights of World Champions of Public Speaking 2018

Here are the Results of World Champions of Public Speaking 2018:

Congratulations to Ramona J. Smith, District 56, on becoming the 2018 World Champion of Public Speaking.

Congratulations to Zifang Su, District 88, on finishing in second place.

Congratulations to Anita Fain Taylor, District 47, on finishing in third place for his speech.

“Each year, the Toastmasters International Convention culminates in the final round of the International Speech Contest, where the World Champion of Public Speaking ® is chosen. In this exciting event, 10 contestants from all over the world deliver 5- to 7-minute speeches that are evaluated by a panel of experienced Toastmasters. After a year of competing in club, area, district and semifinal competitions, these contestants have advanced for the chance to win this prestigious accolade.”

Watch Ramona J. Smith – the 2018 Toastmasters International World Champion of Public Speaking – deliver her winning speech “Still Standing.”

Houston high school teacher wins Toastmasters’ 2018 World Championship of Public Speaking.

Here’s a breakdown of the techniques that won the 2018 World Championship of Public Speaking:

  1. She chose a creative way to get through to her audience.
  2. She wasn’t afraid to look stupid.
  3. She asked the audience questions – and meant it.
  4. She learned from the greats.

2nd Place Winner 2018 World Championship of Public Speaking – Zifang Su

Toastmasters International World Championship of Public Speaking® second place winner Zifang “Sherrie” Su. Her speech is titled, “Turn Around.”

3rd Place Winner 2018 World Championship of Public Speaking – Anita Fain Taylor

Toastmasters International World Championship of Public Speaking® third place winner Anita Fain Taylor. Her speech is titled, “It Is What It Is, It Ain’t What It Ain’t.”

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.

P.S.
World Champions of Public Speaking Winning Speeches Playlist

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