Overused Persuasive Speech Topics В How To Make Them Intriguing
|Overused persuasive speech topics and checklists for your pubic speaking training to create good new insights that will make your audience really listen to your persuasion ideas. These are used over and over again:
Capital punishment, legalization of marijuanad, drinking age, abortion, smoking, organ dononation, media violence, adoption, affirmative action, gun control.
||Before I reveal how you make your listeners listen to overused persuasive speech topics they heard many times, let’s find out how we can make it interesting for you the public speaker. If you do not like the subject, why should you talk about it anyway? Answers these questions in a few lines:
- Why does it interest you?
- Why do you stand for your values?
- How do you practice your value in daily life?
- What is your attitude to other people who do not share the same value?
- What actions do you demand or suggest?
- What are the effects of the required actions?
Your anwers are the clues to the next step of creating new insights for overused persuasive speech topics:
- What will happen if we do nothing? Will the world end?
- Any new information, e.g. scientific research, theories, findings?
- What has been done till now or why has nobody been fixing the problem?
- Will it become worse if nothing will be done?
- What are global, national, state, community or school related problems, issues or controversies, or even bad causes, smashing effects, and great solutions related to the persuasive topic you want to explore?
- Is there a link between your persuasion ideas and any of your personal experiences, expertises or personal goals?
- How could the problems or obstacles be defined or described?
- Duration and costs? Revenues and lucrative moneymaking effects perhaps?
Take the final step. Translate your personal findings to answers on these checks. (I use sentences in an interrogative form to help you examening aspects of your subject)
- What attitude has the audience towards your subject?
- What approach would interest my listeners? Why? How?
- Could your overused persuasive speech topics made relevant to them?
- Have your audience or other people been affected by the problem and in what way?
- What do I want my listeners to know, do, motivate, change, or to agree with exactly?
- Why should the audience do/think the same as you?
- Which facts and figures can prove the proper dimensions for them and that you are right?
- What information can help them to understand the problem?
- Do other people consider it also as a problem?
|Okay, please wait a minute. There are only two things to do with overused persuasion ideas:
- Demonstrate the workability of your plan by citing experts and refering to a successful implementation elsewhere. That is a fresh method to restore the vitality of routine ideas.
- Recommendate a procedure for implementing your innovative solution. I wish you good luck with your public speaking training efforts!
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