Really nice speech content. People who visit our house and even some of my friends and relatives take me for a snob and unfriendly because I’m usually in my room reading books. I really don’t think so. I am a social person and I am very fond of talking and laughing along with others, but I have to get some solitude, and my solitude is in reading books, drawing and doing some things on my own. I am also not antisocial, but I admit I am choosy on whom to be “social” with. Part of the reason I go in my solo mode is because I am not feeling talking to people I don’t like. Rather than saying bad things to them or talk to them about nonsense, I’d go inside my room.
She is also right in saying “Some of the known leaders are there not because they want to be looked at; they are there because they had no choice; they are driven to do what they thought was right.” I am usually chosen as a leader maybe because I’m an effective one. I really don’t want to be in the spotlight because I feel awkward but I’m already there so I had to do what I had to as a leader. Receiving compliments also cause me really awkward moments. I don’t know why, but my first move would be to keep myself from smiling. I tried smiling once, so people won’t say I’m not proud of my accomplishment (I won in an impromptu speech contest), but a friend of a losing contestant came to me and told me to stop boasting. What’s wrong with her?
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