It’s all about your attitude

April 7, 2011 at 2:05 pm Leave a comment

This motto is not only a good to follow in life but also in speech class. Granted going up in front of a large group of people can be nerve racking. It almost may seem that death will be a better option than having to give your speech at times. But trust me you are not going to die. You will survive, I promise.  One of thing to that will help you to become a successful speaker is to have a positive attitude before and after your speech. When you are going up to present your speech, going up to the podium thinking “I am going to rock this!” “I am not perfect but no one is, so it is okay if I make a mistake.”  If you have faith in yourself and think that you will be able to become a good speaker. If you expect to fail or not do well with your speech, most likely you will meet you expectations. After you have given your speech, don’t beat yourself up for the mistakes you made. You did your best and that all you can do. Have a positive attitude still. Be proud that you had the courage in the first place to actually give a speech.  You need to have a positive attitude to get through speech class.

 

Hannah

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Entry filed under: By Hannah, public speaking, Public Speaking Delivery, Public Speaking Tips, Uncategorized.

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