A Speech Made by Liz Murray to the Million Dollar Round Table Organization
Her speech was well organized, she started at childhood and when into the present, it was logically told as the events took place. She was very well composed throughout her presentation; she never lost her footing and was always in complete control.
Her diction was impressive for her whole speech and so was her choose of words, she made any errors in her pronunciation. Hand gestures were a hallmark of her presentation, as I said there told the audience any part of the story Ms Murray may have forgotten to tell.
She made constant eye contact with the audience, this made the audience believe she was more in touch with them, and understood their problems and knew if there were willing to put the effort into their solving there problems, they would be better off.
Besides the technical aspects of her speech, the most appealing part of her presentation was the mere fact that after all the hardship and difficulty she had been through, she was still able to come out to a massive audience and tell her heart breaking story, a story of an amazingly hard life and an even more amazing person.
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