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How to go from zero to hero in 60 seconds making 1 minute speeches
January 29, 2020
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Happy New Year!

(I'll spare you all the jokes about 2020 vision. You are fortunate as they are mostly of the groan variety: along the lines of seeing clearly for the first time. ☺)

That over, it's great to be able to share with you some of what I've doing over the last while. Here's a brand new page I've enjoyed putting together on another aspect of one of my favorite subjects; impromptu speaking.

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150 One Minute Speech Topics

How succinct can you be? Can you get the point quickly and effectively?

Can you speak up with clarity, confidence and competence at a moment's notice?

Giving impromptu 1 minute speeches teaches us about talking smarter, not faster!

Regularly practice will hone your skills effectively and efficiently.

Visit 150 one minute speech topics!

You'll find much more than 150 speech topics split into 3 groups: 50 suitable for kids from middle school up, 50 work/career themed topics, and 50 topics just for fun.

You will also find:

  • 3 complete speech outlines that use the Point-Reason-Example-Point (PREP) structure
  • 3 full speech scripts
  • 3 audio recordings of yours truly, me, reading each speech
  • and a blank downloadable PREP speech outline.

I hope you that it's all useful to you and that you have fun with it!

150 1 minute speech topics .

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Until next time,
Happy speaking,

Susan

PS. Did you know I offer a custom speech writing service, as well as online coaching?
You’ll get personal assistance tailored to meet your needs.

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