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Speech 1-Outline - I Preparation Topic What three things...

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I. Preparation Topic: What three things about me are results of my interaction with the most significant persons in my life? Specific Purpose: To inform my audience of the following three points: I learned how to be an individual through my mom, what it means to work hard through my dad, and gained strength from my Lord. Thematic Statement: Strong family bonds and faith in Christ has molded me into the man I am today. II. Speech 1. Introduction: Attention Getter: "What lies behind us and what lies before us are small matters compared to what lies within us." Ralph Waldo Emerson, American essayist, philosopher and poet (1803-1882) #5 Sources: 1. Wisdom Quotes: www.wisdomquotes.com/cat_work.html 2. Think Exist: www.thinkexist.com/vince_lombardi.html 3. Individualist Voice: Dr. Phillip C. McGraw www.individualistvoice.com/quotes.html 4. Bible Topics: Psalms www.bibletopics.com/christian.htm 5. Joseph Son Institute www.josephsoninstitute.org/quotes/quotecharacter.htm Preview purpose & content Transition: "Stop going with the flow in your life. Start your own river instead." – Dr. Phil #3 2. Body Main Point #1 Ask my friends or family to describe me and they would most likely say “well, he is Jason”. This means that I am my own person and you won’t find anyone like me. I take a lot of pride in being my own individual self and I owe this sense of self to my mom. She has always spoken and acted her own way, even if it conflicted with the majority opinion.
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Support A. Being an individual has excelled me in both my work and education. Individualism lets you
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