Winchmore Hill Speakers Club

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Gavel Club Meeting Theme Ideas

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Winchmore Hill Gavel Club is an affiliate of Toastmasters International. In the year 2024, we established the club with the purpose of improving public speaking and building leadership skills of young children.  

Children build self-confidence and self-awareness; we developed their ability of writing speeches, debating, and delivering speeches. We empowered them to take responsibilities and to take decisions on their leadership roles. They maximized their potential and enjoyed unlimited personal growth.

At the same time, we bring educational programs and prepare them for life developing their emotional intelligence and making them resilient, caring, and open minded to adopt to any situation.

We often tell members they are not just a member of the club, but also a member of a global organization.

Here’s some great ideas if the meeting theme is the importance of music

  1. If you had a theme song, what would it be, and why?
  2. What is the earliest piece of music you can remember loving listening to? 
  3. How does music unite people?
  4. What are some of the health benefits of listening to music?
  5. What piece of music drives you crazy?
  6. Which musical instrument would you like to play, and why? 
  7. What is your all-time favorite song? Why? What makes it special?
  8. What is your favorite musical genre? Why?
  9. What singer or musician do you particularly admire? Why?
  10. Why do you think some musicians become mega stars?
  11. What music has special memories for you?
  12. What music do you listen to while you work?
  13. What’s the first album you bought?
  14. How does the music played in either lifts, shops or arcades make you feel?
  15. What music makes you want to dance?
  16. What sort of music did your parents listen to?
  17. What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to?
  18. Why is it important for children to have a musical education?
  19. What types of music are most popular amongst the people you know?
  20. What makes music universally appealing?

If the meeting theme is ‘life lessons’ the speech topics could be:

  1. The time I got caught out doing something I knew I shouldn’t have been.
  2. What lessons I have learned the hard way.
  3. How I solved my procrastination problem
  4. Why looks can be deceiving
  5. How what you think about yourself shapes your life
  6. How to de-clutter and recycle
  7. Why learning you can’t please everyone will save your sanity
  8. Having money does not solve all problems
  9. That budgeting works
  10. Why, when and how to apologize
  11. That power is intoxicating
  12. How giving more is the key to getting more
  13. How to work out what is essential 
  14. That learning to laugh at oneself keeps your ego in check
  15. That it’s the little things in life that count
  16. That preparation and practice are the keys to success
  17. That getting older or aging is not an excuse
  18. Why failure can be an opportunity
  19. That regret is a waste of time
  20. That education is never complete

If the meeting theme is “thought-provoking” table topics questions

  1. My most valued possession
  2. If I had all the time in the world I would…
  3. If I could only change one thing, I would change…
  4. What do you find truly beautiful?
  5. What have you learned about handling your own stress levels?
  6. Why is it important to do what you’re told?
  7. How will you know when you’ve ‘made it’?
  8. If you want to find yourself, where is the first place to look?
  9. If you could wish for a dream to come true, what dream would you wish for?
  10. What secret have you never shared with anybody until now?
  11. How do you know money is the root of all evil?
  12. Would you rather be popular or intelligent?
  13. What is something that used to scare you and doesn’t anymore?
  14. What do you want to be forgiven for?
  15. What makes me laugh.
  16. Is it ever right to do the wrong thing?
  17. What makes you feel safe and secure?
  18. When is it a good idea to follow your own path?
  19. What important lesson does failing teach?
  20. What does doing the ‘right thing’ actually mean?