Speech Titles

The Importance of Speech Titles

Cozy Log Cabin Cheesecake doesn’t the sound of that roll across your tongue and make you salivate?   That’s how your speech title should sound to your audience.

This is nutrition month and time to think about health and energy and eating well and maybe a Cozy Log Cabin Cheesecake doesn’t fit into that so well, but if eating it gives us some pleasure then it can be a benefit to our health.

Speeches are a lot like recipes.  You start with an idea for what you want to make or for the speech, a topic.  You take a little bit of this, a little bit of that, half a cup of something else and mix it all together.

Cozy Log Cabin Cheesecake can actually give you 4 different topics to speak about.

  1. You could talk about cozy days wrapped up in a blanket before the fire reading a great book.
  2. You could talk about logs, how you like watching them burn in a fire or what they can be used for, how they are processed in the factories.
  3. You could talk about Log Cabins and a time you stayed in one.
  4. And you can talk about all the different kinds of cheesecakes you have had over the years, or perhaps how you make a cheesecake.

Once you have decided on a topic you need to create the opening, fill in 2 or 3 points for the body, and end with a conclusion.  Just like a good food recipe when you put all the ingredients together, you create a successful project.

Have you come up with any ideas for a next speech by reading this blog?  Or did you just want to get to the recipe for the cheesecake?

 

Don’t worry I wasn’t going to leave without giving you the actual recipe for the Cheesecake!!

Cozy Log Cabin Cheesecake

Ingredients

2 (8 oz. pks) fat-free cream cheese
1 (4 oz. pk) sugar-free vanilla pudding mix
2/3 C. non-fat, dry, milk powder
1 C. sugar-free maple syrup
1 C. lite whipped topping
1 (6 oz.) graham cracker pie crust
1 tsp. coconut extract
2 T flaked coconut
2 T chopped pecans

Directions

Bring cream cheese and whipped topping to room temperature. In a large bowl, add pudding mix, milk powder, maple syrup. Mix well. Add and blend 1/4 cup whipped topping. Spread evenly in pie crust and refrigerate.

In a small bowl, combine remaining whipped topping and coconut extract. Mix well and spread on top of cream cheese filling.

Sprinkle top with coconut flakes and pecans. Refrigerate over night or at least 3 hours.

Enjoy

Fran Watson

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Fran Watson

Involved in public speaking since 2000. Joined Toastmasters in 2002 and have served in all Executive roles including serving one year as the District Public Relations Officer. Achieved my DTM in 2014. Develop and facilitate workshops in the area of employment and career development.

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