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In the beginning of this class I did not think it was going to be possible for me to get up in front of the class and discuss anything aloud I was a nervous a wreck just from the thought of it After viewing fellow students with the same uneasy feelings as I had made me realize I had no reason to sweat There were some students that struggled and some that looked at ease My first speech was somewhat flat and unorganized For any listener you could tell I was not a professional I tried to sum of my life in about 12 minutes I did not make it From my experience of first speech I learned to point out key point and organize them in a way to guide the audience the way I want them to go My second speech was a little bit better At first I was extremely nervous which caused me to read verbatim from my notes I did not link with the audience After awhile I calmed down and backed away from my jotted down notes Feeling a little more comfortable I arrange my thoughts blurted out the rest of my speech From the two speeches and listening requirements I learned it takes good listening proper preparation and confidence for me to be an effective speaker In almost every aspect of society people have many ways of judging one another We gain our impressions and thoughts of those we meet by their actions what they say and how they carry themselves Perhaps the most crucial tool used in getting acquainted with a person is what they say This is critical in various circles of society one that is most pertinent to the country however lies in what our politicians say to us Their speeches are important and carry far beyond the election year This is why I find it disheartening that many
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