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Hold it . . and release it slowly . . and begin your normal breathing pattern. Now begin to visualize the beginning of a day in which you are going to give an informative speech. See yourself getting up in the morning, full of energy, full of conﬁdence, looking forward to the day’s challenges. You are putting on just the right clothes for the task at hand that day. Dressing well makes you look and feel good about yourself, so you have on just what you want to wear, which clearly expresses your sense of inner well-being.
Paraphrase the interviewee’s answers when appropriate in order to establish understanding. • Ask for clariﬁcation and elaboration when necessary. ”). • Brieﬂy offer a positive summary of important things you learned in the interview. • Offer to send the results of the interview to the interviewee. Investigate Published Sources Yet another way to learn about audience members is through published sources. Organizations of all kinds publish information describing their missions, operations, and achievements.
Are honest and unmanipulative. 2 Respect Audience Values Our ethical conduct is a reﬂection of our values—our most enduring judgments or standards of what’s good and bad in life, of what’s important to us. Like the individuals who hold them, values can conﬂict and clash. The more diverse the society, the greater these conﬂicts tend to be. One only has to think of the so-called values divide in the United States between “red states” (representing conservative values) and “blue states” (representing liberal values).