Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Public Speaking Self Reflection Essay
During the first week of secernate we learned about presentations and prattleing in front of people. At which from each one individual experienced nervousness and fear. As we gave our presentations each person was given(p) a critique on strengths and weaknesses. I saw many weaknesses in my presentation and intend on departing on finding slipway to improve them into strengths.Some anxiety signs I noticed were speaking too fast and moving around. I feel maybe I bucket along the presentation and possibly distracted by my thoughts and material in my hands. I didnt ease up the correct mind set to calm down(a) and speak clearer and slower. I wanted to get the presentation over with so I think I went in with the mind set of doing it fast. I think one way to work on that is take my presentations more than seriously and find ways to enjoy them. Looking at the social stratum while speaking may also contribute to this, because they seemed just as disinterested as I was. I think tha t may have messed with my head a bit but I need to work on ways to look and feel more enthusiastic, that way the sort out can feel the same.What I hope to accomplish in this class is get rid of the anticipation and nervousness I get forwards and during speeches and presentations. Though I dont have a  business speaking in front of people, I want the feeling to be second nature to me. Ways to improve that is practice talking with strangers and great(p) speeches or presentations in front of friends and family. If I cant talk in front of my friends and family, then chances are I cant do it in front of strangers.In conclusion, it was refreshing to get feedback from your peers in order to better yourself. A lot of times the presentation goes considerably in our head, or least we think so, but it doesnt sooner come out exactly same(p) you thought. Having the kind of criticism is firm because even though we practice, we dont notice things about ourselves, like body language or to ne of voice. Practice doesnt gather in perfect but practice makes permanent. If you practice wrong, you pretend bad habits and risk doing it wrong.