Malcolm Gladwell is a great and I listened to a podcast by him in history class and it was really interesting, but I can't be bias because i have listened to him before. He must hesitated a lot when speaking, like saying um or something.
Now I won't lie, his pauses where great and voice was strong. But at the beginning he stood so sift and awkward, and it was distracting. His gestures were just plain and boring.
Misty Copeland is the first African American to be a Principle Dancer. She is so relaxed when she speaks like she is meet to be up here, laughing with the audience her poise is great. She pauses to make her point and her voice goes up and down. She scans the room multiple times. And she really makes her point by leaning into the crowd, and takes makes a great gesture.
As much as I want to know where he goes with this subject but the way he talks I'm just not interested. I add to turn up my volume to hear what he had to say. He paused which was good, but he just didn't seem to interested, like turning in a homework assignment 5 minutes before it's due. His gestures are excellent, and his poise is confident. The voice is just really distracting.
The first thing I noticed was her happiness being up on the stage. Her voice isn't monochromatic, and she pauses. Her gestures are great showing her feelings when she speaks, which is substantial. She also is confident and seems compelled in what she is saying. She scanned the room many times, and caught everyone's eyes
He picked his first eight words perfectly I was immediately enthralled, especially because it's something we're talking about so it was a good T-S. He scanned the audience side to side and up and down, speaking with a loud clear, voice, fraught with pauses, and didn't stay the same the whole time. He was interested in what he was talking was talking about, and confident with it. He used a few gestures, here and there.