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1

What is the outline of the speech?

Intro - Character sketches - Chaos - Order - Summary - C2A

2

What is the outline of the Intro?

Greeting - Hook - Topic Intro - Transition

3

What is the greeting?

Thank you, Mr. Toastmaster. Good evening fellow Toastmasters, and welcome guests!

4

What comes after the greeting?

Hook

5

What is the hook?

Today, I’m going to tell you about a time when Batman was stuck in the same impenetrable room as Miranda Priestly, Jack Dawson, and Dr. Watson.

6

What comes after the hook?

Topic Intro

7

What is the topic intro?

Let's see how these 4 conflicting personalities try to break out of this panic room.

8

What comes after the topic intro?

Transition from intro to body

9

What is the transition from intro to body?

But first, let’s get to know them.

10

What points are you making in the body?

Character sketches - Chaos - Order

11

What are the sub-points of the character sketches?

Watson - Jack - Batman - Miranda

12

What are the sub-points of Chaos?

Confusion - Split

13

What are the sub-points of Order?

Batman-Jack; Miranda-Watson

14

Which part of the speech comes right after the transition from the topic intro?

Watson

15

What is the outline for "Watson"?

modest - details - active listener - indecisive

16

What is the exact content for "Watson"?

Dr. Watson is modest. He’s a war veteran, a doctor of acclaim, but he’ll always shy away from the spotlight. He has a keen ear, because of which he excels at anticipating others’ needs. But, he’s super indecisive.

17

What comes after "Watson"?

Jack

18

What is the outline for "Jack"?

sociable - energetic - talks too much

19

What is the exact content for "Jack"?

Jack is the heart of the party. He has boundless energy. He’s impulsive and of course, is really self-assured. But somehow, when he talks, no one can get a word in!

20

What comes after "Jack"?

Batman

21

What is the outline of "Batman?"

batman! - problem-solver - superman - private

22

What is the exact content of "Batman?"

Batman is... Well... Batman! Best problem-solver in the world. Superman might defeat him once, but Batman will go back to his lair, find kryptonite, and return to defeat him. But he’s so self-reliant and private that many people find it difficult to trust him. Working in a team? No, thanks.

23

What comes after "Batman"?

Miranda

24

What is the outline for "Miranda"?

DSR - impatient - results > relationships

25

What is the exact content for "Miranda"?

Miranda is incredibly demanding, values speed of execution, and is results-oriented. BUT because of that speed of thought and decision, she’s really impatient and throws relationships under the bus in her pursuit of results.

26

Which part comes after all character profiles?

Chaos

27

How do you transition from the character profiles to Chaos?

Well... What do you think happens when all four of them are stuck in a room with nowhere to go? Let’s go back and find out.

28

What is the outline of the Chaos part of the speech?

Confusion - Split

29

What is the outline of the "Confusion" part?

Batman - Batmobile; Miranda - impatient, superhero snark; Watson - Peppermint Latte; Jack - escape story

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What is the exact content of the "Confusion" part?

Batman is trying and failing to break the walls. He's trying to get his Batmobile, but the impenetrable walls block his comms. Miranda, an icon of the fashion industry, is losing her cool because no one can find a way out. She starts shooting off at Batman - "What's the point of being a 'caped superhero' if you can't get out of a stupid room? Besides, that all-black makes no fashion sense whatsoever." Watson starts getting jittery and trying to calm Miranda down, only to be told off - “What point is any of this? I don’t even have my Peppermint Latte to calm me down.” Meanwhile, Jack is narrating his life story. He says Batman should get off the wall and let him try — he's broken out of plenty of low-level ship decks in his life.