Consider how you might cope with a variety of unusual events that can confront public speakers.
How might you handle the following situations?
You arrive to give your speech and are asked to speak for an hour instead of for thirty minutes because a second speaker has canceled.
Someone interrupts you, saying that you are not speaking on the subject the audience has come to hear.
So you have diligently prepared your presentation and researched your audience, topic, and the setting in which you are to present your speech, and now scenarios 1 and 2 are thrown your way! How can you adapt to these situations, and should you routinely consider these possibilities every time you make a presentation? Has either of these situations happened to you?
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