Stumble On Top Speech Topics by Narrowing Down

Top speech topics can come across easily when you narrow down your strategic communication scheme and skim off the best angle of approach, like an air plane pilot who operates an flying machine. Once you know the age of the people who are going to be listening, and the reason that they are going to be there, you can focus your too broad highest ideas and steering on the remote automatic RC airplane mode is quite unjustifiable :-)   

For instance, if you know a lot about the solar system, but you are speaking to a group of 3rd graders who are there because their nice teacher is bringing them, you might want to narrow down your theme to only talk about the moon, or some of the specific planets.

However, if you are giving an hour long themed discussion to a bunch of top scientists in their 30s or 40s, you will be able to put much more technical information into your public lecture, and the information can be much more graphic and detailed.

If you are an expert on animal life in the Sahara, your oral presentation will be much different if you are speaking to a group of elderly people who are coming to hear you over brunch than it will be if you are speaking to a group of graduate students who have come to get a dissertation conception, that potentially exists in their minds.

Need some stimulation of the mind right now to design your strategic communication scheme? These are just two of my catalogs with top speech topics, browse them till you can pinpoint something:

850+ in 12 subdivisions
200+ top speech topics concepts

Narrowing down your subject of conversation or discussion is important. It gives control over what is said and what is going to be said about you and the direct communication and the interchange of thoughts you want to achieve. But please do it conforming to established interchange standards!

Bottomline: No RC airplane modus operandi – lets agree on that – you can give the best possible address to people who belong to a certain community of soul mates and have come to hear you when:

  • You have analyzed and determined how the persons in front of you are being related in some way;
  • And you have narrowed down accordingly … than they spontaneously want to know what you think they need to know …

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