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The Benefits of Public Speaking Imagine for a moment that human beings could not speak Imagine that they could not communicate ideas about science current events and topics as mundane as the weather It is only then that one can understand the benefits of social communication especially public speaking A long time before people were able to read or write or record stories and events with the aid of machines they were able to speak and communicate with each other Communication and public speaking are perhaps the most important of human traits If people could not communicate how could they pass stories down to each other through the generations exchange information and experiences And if they could not pass down information from generation to generation how could the human race evolve at all Think of it- if one generation could not teach the next the human race would never be able to evolve or change but would be forced to repeat the same experiences over and over again making the s ame mistakes We base so much of our understanding about the world upon what has come before us it is impossible to even imagine how we could have gotten to this point in history Just like the old saying goes If humanity does not learn from the past it is destined to repeat the past As far as public speaking goes all groups of people and all societies must have a leader or leaders who are able to voice their opinion and connect their people together For example in America senators and representatives must be good public speakers because it is their job to represent and speak the minds of the people The reason we communicate is simple- to take an active part in our society families and in the world around us It is human nature to want to talk to one another and express new ideas and feelings Speech is
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