World Champion of Public Speaking 2017
What are the three most important things we can learn from the 2017 World Champion of Public Speaking - Manoj Vasudevan?
In August 2017, Manoj Vasudevan beat 30,000 other competitors in a six-month long competition, culminating in being crowned World Champion at Toastmasters annual convention in Vancouver.
What are the most important things we can learn from this. Read this week's blog to find out.
(The video above is an abbreviated version of the speech. If you want to see the full version of his speech, you can see it here.)
If you want to become a World Champion of Public Speaking, you can use many different structures in your speeches, but here are some key elements that Manoj included, that you might want to consider using yourself.
It is not essential to have humour in a World Champion of Public Speaking winning speech, or in your speeches. However, it is a great asset to have, if you can pull it off. Here are some examples of humour that Manoj included in his speech:
To become the World Champion of Public Speaking, you only have 5 - 7 minutes to get your message across. Metaphors are a potent tool to help you achieve this. In this speech, the solution is presented to Manoj by his Mother as a bow and arrow metaphor. How does it work?