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u/DinosaurOnASpaceship · 1 pointr/Toastmasters

Here are a couple of resources that I've transferred over to Table Topics (Impromptu Speaking). And to echo others, yes, practice is the key.

Quiet. The Power of Introverts in a world that can't stop talking
Fantastic advice for those that are introverts, basically 'plan' your impromptu speaking by having 2-3 ready to tell stories that work in almost any given situation (

How to talk to anyone.
Great book for social situations. Many of the lesson translate to impromptu (

How to win friends and influence people (need I say any more?)
Don Hewitt, Tell me a story (

u/Austiniuliano · 1 pointr/Toastmasters

As someone who works at Tedx as well as a Toastmaster, I highly recommend you get TED Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking

u/IQBoosterShot · 1 pointr/Toastmasters

"Night Light" was my speech and it was a comparison between how ancient man and modern man utilize light.

I opened with this:
> It is night outside but as modern people we barely take notice. Have you ever lost power at night? If so, you were probably surprised at how dark it became. One hundred years after the creation of electric lights we are so accustomed to illumination that we are taken aback by its absence.

> Our experiences after dark differs greatly from that of our ancestors. They stood gape-jawed beneath a cosmic spectacle while the night turned familiar paths into lost passages. We take no note of the sky and the arrival of night barely impedes our travels. While our ancestors cautiously ventured out at night, we routinely travel many miles without care or worry.

> Our “night light” has changed our relationship to the night sky and how we travel after dark.

I decided on the topic because of my interest in the book "At Day's Close: Night in Times Past" by A. Roger Ekirch.