Geoff from geoffmobile.com gives “Project 1″ in the Entertaining Speaker toastmasters manual called “The Entertaining Speech”. The objective of this speech is for the speaker to entertain the audience in a five to seven minute talk by relating a personal experience.
Presented to Vancouver Toastmasters Club 59: www.tmclub59.com
July 30th 2012 in Vancouver BC Canada
Geoff’s speech is called “All A Buzz About Business” or, “What I learned in Business School”. My goal is to entertain the audience by relating a personal experience about business school, through a speech which has a definite opening, body, and conclusion which is brief, sudden and definite. I am going to attempt to create vivid and simple descriptions, anecdotes, and stories that have a twist. My speech may have the role-play that I am speaking to a group of fellow business colleagues or entrepreneurs. What I am going to try to do is have natural feeling and expressive body language without hand clasping, and make little use of notes. I am also going to try making good use of the stage and vocal variety.
Thank you to Steve C. for filming me!
Thanks to Deborah L. for being my evaluator, and for all the inspiring support from everyone in Vancouver Toastmasters Club 59. www.tmclub59.com
P.s. the closing music is an original electronic music song created by myself, Geoff Peters. I edited this video using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 on a Windows 7 Dell PC (Intel i7 and USB 3.0 for a faster workflow).
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