When it comes to giving speeches, I feel my greatest strength is knowing that nothing is perfect and to not beat yourself up about making a mistake. I have learned that if you make a mistake or forget what you are trying to say, move on and if you remember it later, bring it back up. If too much time is spent thinking about what to say while talking, people lose interest.
When it comes to speeches i feel like my strength would be that i can keep a flow going on. i wouldn't really like stop during a speech unless im catching my breathe. We all make mistakes but that would be one of my strengths.
My strengths would be to get the point across and know how to get peoples attention. Realize that I'm speaking and being able to understand my speech and feel my emotions.
My greatest strength in giving speeches would be my confidence. I'm not really afraid to make myself look stupid in front of others, and I fully intend to do so when doing my speeches.
I believe my greatest strength at giving speeches is my ability to elaborate my points clearly, and consistently. The way I give speeches is very free-form, and I typically end up elaborating on many of my topics. This lets me to seem more knowledgeable about my topi, and come off as confident, and thoughtful.
Something enables me to give speeches is that I understand the audience probably feels the same as me. They have to be there and there is likely something else the would rather be doing.
My greatest strength in giving a speech would be talking to the group while I give my speech and don't stop while I'm giving it.
My greatest strength in giving speechs is that I talk loud and clear to make sure everyone hears me. I engage in the crowd to make them believe I really know what I am talking about. I will practice talking more with my gestures of hands, eyes and voice for the speeches I have coming up.
The biggest perk about me doing speeches is that i have a loud voice. I will let everyone hear my voice. The thing about having a loud voice is you can make you stand. You will tell them what you want to tell them. They can understand you clearly, so they wont say "I cant hear you."
I think that my biggest strength in giving a speech is that I can memorize something very easily. I also use a lot of pauses in my speech. I think this will be good because it will make the speech easier for me to tell and for others to understand.
My greatest strength in giving a speech is my ability to think of something to say off of the top of my head. I plan on using this during my speech next week to vocalize more information than is shown in my power-point. In addition, I hope to provide more entertainment while speaking.
When it comes to speaking publicly, I don't have many strengths, which I'm not afraid to admit. In my opinion, one of the strengths I do have is consistency and being straight to the point.
My greatest strength in giving a speech is making a clear point. This might be due to the fact I get nervous and repeat myself a hundred times but the point will be clear. I can incorporate this talent by really giving an accurate description of myself.
My greatest strength in giving a speech is to be understand and to be loud. Hope the audience is interested in me and what I have to say, and just to get it over with and feel like Ive accomplished.
I find that my greatest strength in giving a speech would be taking a different approach than most people so I hold everyone's attention. I can keep the attention of people and get my point across
i think one of the only strengths next week will be the fact that ill be able to memorize the speech before i go up the its just up to me if it comes out of my mouth
My greatest strength is that I make people laugh. So if they are laughing they wont be looking at me as much and I wont be as nervous
I don't have a greatest asset when it comes to giving speeches. I always freeze up and I get really scared I start to cry, I even go into panic attacks and start to hyperventilate
I find my greatest strength in giving a speech is that I do not give up easily. If i where to mess up next week, I wouldn't just give up, I would try to fix my mistake and push through the rest of my speech.
My greatest strength in giving speeches is probably how I will try my best and hope that with enough practice I will one day not be afraid to talk in front of a crowd.
My biggest asset during speeches would be the knowledge I have within my presentation. I incorporate it by use of facts and knowledge. It helps paint a more clear picture of the topic I am speaking about no matter what the topic is.
My greatest strength whenever it comes to giving speeches is how I project my voice, and fluctuate my tone to keep my audience's attention. Knowing and having a rough draft of my speech will be a huge help as well so I will not have to look at the projector and keep eye contact with my audience. Three key Essentials to a proper speech are eye contact, pronunciation, and a confident tone of voice.
One of my strengths when given a speech will probably be that even if I get nervous I will continue trying and in my head I will just think that no one is perfect and that even if the crowd makes fun of me it will be temporary.
To be honest I don't have any strengths in giving speeches, especially in front of a group. But if I did with a smaller group it would be eye contact. Make sure that I have eye to eye contact when I'm making speeches. Next week I want to give more of my energy and confidence that I do have, but don't show.
My greatest strength in giving speeches is that if I mess up I remember to move on and keep going. I can easily stay on track in my speech and not go off topic too much.
I don't have many strengths when it comes to giving speeches. With that being said I am able to remain calm when i mess up on something. I just take a deep breathe and try a new approach.
My strengths related to giving speeches is my ability to kinda play off mistakes and on occasion connect with the audience. I'm hoping that these strengths will aid me in the presentations so I don't make an idiot of myself.
My greatest strength when it comes to speeches is that don't have the habit of saying "like" or "um" in every sentence. This is a pet peeve of mine so i'm very aware of what I say.
my greatest asset when giving speech is remembering that not everyone is perfect that we all mess up. So give the speech and be proud of yourself because you did it . your grade couldn't be that bad.
think that my biggest strength in giving a speech is that if I mess up I will still keep giving my speech till I finish.
I think my biggest asset is that i tend to talk a lot, so that may help me get through the speech quicker. I don't usually use a lot of emotion though which tends to make me look like a terrified robot with a lot to say.
I think my biggest strength when it comes to giving speeches is even when I miss up on something I still continue with the speech as if nothing went wrong.
i feel like because i am a very interesting person people will tune in to what i am saying very quickly ,i feel like because i love to be in front of other an i love to talk will help with me giving speeches .
I feel like my strength when giving speeches will be my ability to try and remain calm even if I make a mistake. If I do make one, I know that we all make them so I'll forget about it and move along. This will help me with all future speeches.
I feel like my greatest strength in giving speeches is the simplicity. I get right to the point and I keep it short. This can also be a weakness. For my upcoming presentations I think I'll incorporate it to keep it short and sweet.
My biggest strengths are not being afraid to go up and talk in front of my peers, i think mainly why I'm not is because i grew up with them so i know them and talked to them before, or the people i don't know than they will get to know me, and i want to get it done! Just being able to talk and make eye contact with everyone is a good strength of mine.
The journals posted are for use by Mr. Dickson's professional communication classes to assist students on their journey.