I was contemplating this morning whether to go to work or not... in fact, as early as 6am, I woke up to a confused mind, "Should I go to work or not?" I have not been sleeping well the previous night due to constant coughing and getting up to spit and drink warm water to ease the throat itchiness. Eventually I decided to go to work and it was already 9am then.... I know I would not be able to rest peacefully at home knowing there was going to be a meeting and my work had not completed yet. I couldn't avoid the meeting, it was my "public speaking" turn .. somehow or rather, my turn will come and I just want it to be fast and over with.... I started off with the formalities and greetings and "memohon maaf kerana suara yang kurang merdu pagi ini." (apologize for not having a sweet voice this morning) That helped to break the ice a bit.... But as I didn't prepare my speech on paper, I have a lot of " er... er... " (trying frantically to translate some english words to malay at the spur of the moment) and ending up speaking in half malay, half english....

 

http://www.reanaclaire.com/2011/11/my-public-speaking-dilemma.html

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