Falling short

September 29, 2010 at 8:09 am Leave a comment

A major thing to remember in giving a speech is to keep eye contact. I was told to skim across the top of heads in the audience but as short as I am, I fall short of this technique. Visual aides are my favorite but at times I get carried away. My speech structure is considerably disjointed and according to logic so is my thinking process. This is my biggest flaw and I wish to fix this problem before I leave the class in December.



Entry filed under: public speaking, Public Speaking Evaluation, Public Speaking Tips, Uncategorized.

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