Published : Thursday, 04 September, 2014 04:10 PM
Essay section of XAT is very crucial and attempts your skills of expressing your opinions, specifically under time limitations. You should read variety of Essay topics and practice.
In XAT exam, you will be getting 20 minutes to write essay in 200 words.
Today, you will read Essay topic: Mind your words; your attitude is being felt
John C Maxwell, an evangelical Christian author, was right when he said, “People may hear your words, but they feel your attitude”. Your attitude combined with the words you utter, results in an action.
When you speak about your dreams and goals in life, people do not just listen to the content of your speech but they also focus on the passion and determination with which you utter those words.
Your attitude towards your goals and life can be felt in your words and seen in your eyes, which is why communication specialists stress the importance of both verbal and non-verbal communication.
One of the most powerful speakers in the world is US President Barack Obama, who not only speaks with conviction but with passion to change the lives of Americans. His determination to improve the lives of middle and lower income families in the US by making healthcare and education affordable can be felt in his speeches, and this is one of the reasons why the people of US re-elected him as the president for another term.
In India, we have a powerful speaker who is slowly but surely making his way into the hearts of millions of people. Our prime minster Narendra Modi, is one of the best speakers we have in the country today because he speaks from the heart. The words that he utters touch the heart of every Indian because he is able to connect with the public on an emotional level.
He is committed to changing the lives of millions in India and this is evident in his actions and attitude. In every speech, he speaks in an optimistic manner and conveys to the public on how he plans to change the face of India. He has definitely developed a rapport with his audience.
A speech comprises two parts – the content of the speech and the attitude of the speaker. The content reaches the listener’s brain whereas the attitude reaches his heart.
Powerful speakers are able to capture the minds and hearts of the audience because they not only utter the right words but speak with the right attitude.