Melvin Russell: I love being a police officer, but we need reform. Before I start to give my opinion Melvin Russell’s speech, I want to provide a foundation of why I choose Melvin Russell’s speech. My major life career goals is to become a police officer, needless to say that I stand behind in the support of police officers throughout the nations. This article is very important to me because it shows a different point of view of a controversial issue regarding police brutality.
Apollo Robins is an artist, security consultant, deception specialist and a self-described gentleman thief. Born in 1974 Plainview, Texas he first rose to fame in 2001 by pick-pocketing the Secret Service of former President Jimmy Carter. Apollo Robins is considered to be the best at what he does able to pick pocket Jennifer Garner’s engagement ring, or Charles Barkley’s money straight from his pocket. Robins uses pick-pocketing and sleight of hand to demonstrate how easily people’s minds can be deceived. I believe Apollo Robinson has proven himself to be an exceptional deception artist and speaker, able to distract peoples’ attention and deceive them while giving one of the best speeches of Ted Talks.
I feel that the speech that you chose was very unique. Robin Williams was such an amazing person and he truly connects with the audience every single time he speaks. I agree on how important it is for a speaker to maintain eye contact at all times to demonstrate respect and that he put effort at learning the words and at the same time being extemporaneous. Confidence is also a very important factor and Williams showed it throughout the whole speech. You did a wonderful job, just remember to include the main points and how he managed to pass from one point to another.
Giving a speech whether being for the public or not, offers personal, professional, and public benefits for the individual. The individual might find it easier to obtain a profession, build better relationships amongst peers, or even propel social movements by carefully constructing and delivering a well thought out speech. A speech needs to be excellent in order to do such things; it needs to have a clear concise thesis, a preview statement, a great organizational pattern, supporting material, memory, delivery and good representation of oneself. Thus, during the process of constructing and delivering a speech, one must have those aspects. This will ensure the speaker will deliver a powerful and moving speech.
Being confident shows your audience you are comfortable talking about your topic and that you are well informed on what you are specking of. Another thing that I can improve on is relaxing, for example, to not be so nervous. If I can think two steps ahead before I speak it would prepare me for what I am about to say which will allow my words to flow out smoothly and correctly. I plan on improving these skills by practicing more speeches in front of people and doing some relaxation exercises before my speech. I believe by implementing more speeches and doing some of the exercises, it will have me more relaxed, keep my mind focused and boost up my confidence so that I may present my speech flawlessly for an A plus grade.
ABOUT VIDEOTRANSCRIPT Governor Stevenson, Senator Johnson, Mr. Butler, Senator Symington, Senator Humphrey, Speaker Rayburn, Fellow Democrats, I want to express my thanks to Governor Stevenson for his generous and heart-warming introduction. It was my great honor to place his name in nomination at the 1956 Democratic Convention, and I am delighted to have his support and his counsel and his advice in the coming months ahead. With a deep sense of duty and high resolve, I accept your nomination. I accept it with a full and grateful heart--without reservation-- and with only one obligation--the obligation to devote every effort of body, mind and spirit to lead our Party back to victory and our Nation back to greatness. I am grateful, too, that you have provided me with such an eloquent
I consider this the most important thing because this 30 second speech that I will be giving to my potential employers is the first impression they will have of me. From what I’ve learned, first impressions can’t be stressed enough. On top of that, at a career fair, this 30 second speech is the only thing these recruiters have to judge me by other than by my
I also used my visual aid to help me with speaking points. If I was ever stuck I could always look back to regain my train of thought, these worked similar to notecards. My delivery had its highlights and its lowlights. My volume was good and I kept eye contact for a majority of the speech, only slipping up as a transitioned between notecards. However, I could hear my voice shake throughout the project as well.
Even though I would change a few things, I think that my monologue went much better than I envisioned. At first, I was horrified to have to go in front of the class and give a monologue, but afterwards I thought it wasn’t even that bad. I’m glad we did this embedded assessment and got to experience what it is like to give a
Thank you all for coming to my birthday party. It was a wonderful occassion. I enjoyed the fun, the conversations and just being surrounded with beautiful people. Thank you for the gifts, too. Although parties comes and goes, my 45th birthday celebration is unforgetable.
Thank you very much for your reply. It is not necessary to apologize. I know that you are doing your job and this is part of the process. To further clarify the situation, my husband and I were both previously married to other people and each had one kid from our previous marriages. Gabriella is my husband's biological daughter from a previous marriage and Ralph is my biological son from mine.
I will practice more to gain confidence before giving any speech. It will help me to deliver any speech with more confidence and less stress. Practicing in front of the mirror is one of the ways that helps me to reduce my stress level. Thus, I will remember to look at the audience while speaking instead of looking down in the notes.
As students, presentations are something that is required in most classes yet, students do not see themselves as public speakers. Throughout high school and now in college, I have had to present material in 80 percent of the classes that I have taken. Presenting was, and still is something that I struggle with no matter how big or how small the group is that I am presenting to. I knew that Public Speaking was a required class for me so, rather than putting it off, I decided to go ahead and get it out of the was as soon as possible. Speaking in front of people is out of my comfort zone.
By analysing this speech I have looked at the techniques Obama uses to accomplish these aspects. I converted this techniques into a ted talk where I explained them properly in order to make it as far as understable for the audience. This ted talk emphasizes that being a good orator is both a natural and a learnable skill. It shows that one of the formal best leaders even has techniques in order to reach his goal, but that they are learnable for everyone.