COM 115 Self Analysis

COM 115 Self Analysis - Foust 1 Self-Analysis for Speech...

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Foust 1 Self-Analysis for Speech One Nathan Foust Communication 115 Dr. Sandra House
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Foust 2 22 February 2008 Self-Analysis for Speech One Public speaking, no matter how experienced you are with it, is always a stressful experience. Giving my first speech in a college class was especially nerve racking. I had high expectations for myself going into this speech; I have been giving speeches to large audiences for five years so giving a three minute speech on a topic I was intimately familiar with made me feel confident. I always enjoy speaking on matters I know a good deal about, and I could probably fill a bookshelf with the amount of research I have done on Autism. I was confident that since this was something I had given formal speeches about before that I could be both an effective and interesting speaker. But it’s hard to remember that not everyone is as
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Foust 3 interested in Autism as I am and so as I was walking up to the podium I got a sinking feeling in my stomach that this might not go as well as I thought. I think
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