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Unformatted text preview: Another good characteristic about this lady was her credibility. Every time she told a story, everyone in the audience believed her, whether the story really happened or not. This was because her skills creating different objects with just the paper were phenomenal, as she never made a mistake. Also, to add to her credibility, she had a relationship with audience from the start of her speaking. These were complete strangers to her, that were listening, and she managed to make us smile, laugh, and react to what she was saying from the start. She introduced herself by telling where she came from, her journey, and what her passions and life were. I have seldom seen speakers do this so fluidly, and I believe she had the audience wanting to find out more about her. The ability to have the audience wanting to hear more is always one of the best qualities for a speech, and Yamamoto achieved this before she told a single story....
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- Fall '09