Unformatted text preview: I decided not to ask them to think about the taste of Coke because I wanted to keep that part from them for that moment. I also knew some of the audience would start thinking about soft drinks as soon as I pop the question. Then I gave them my central idea. At the near of the end I asked if anyone had any questions and one of my audience did have a question and I answered him back with an answer. I let them know that now the speech is just about get done and I gave my conclusion. I also felt that I had a strong conclusion. There are many things I would have done different the next time the first thing would be that I would like to research the product more thoroughly and also try to remember and memorize as much information as I could and rely less on the PowerPoint. I would also like to spend some more time on the power point to make it more visually appealing....
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course CISC 113 taught by Professor Doreencornell during the Spring '10 term at bucks.edu.
- Spring '10