You performed beautifully, Eve. I am so proud of you
You created a strong connection between you and your audience; brilliant! Great comeback, that says more good things about you and your presentation than a perfect delivery!
You did a great job even when you forgot your lines! You didn't give up and kept going and that's awesome. I think your TED Challenge will really help people to "find" themselves and be happy in life
Eve, I am so proud of you. You spoke slowly, which was awesome! You really came out of your shell. This was an eloquently made TED Talk idea. It inspires us, and I believe you made a difference in all of us. Even though you had a few hiccups, you went out there, made yourself vulnerable, and earned our respect. And no one cares if you forget your lines, you got your idea across, and thats whats important. Good job :)
The content of your speech was really good and I loved the message because I could really relate to it. If you forget in the future just remember that we don't know your speech so it's ok to skip something.
Eve:You did an awesome job even though you forgot what you were going to say you kept going. Good Job!
Eve, you did a really good job. You made some very strong points and I enjoyed your presentation a lot. I think that you should just take a breath every once in a while and try not to say "um" and "like" so much. It just helps to not distract the audience as much.
Wow this was deep even from the start. I love how you used facts to give us a perspective. This was really inspiring and personal because you didn't use typical facts and just "follow your dreams" but it really connected with me. You built it up to your big point which was really powerful.
Eve: Nice job on your attention-getter. You had a wonderful topic and you did great on memorizing your quotes. Outstanding! However, you might want to work on memorization. You might want to take deep breathes to help out, but otherwise awesome job!
Eve, I am very impressed. I think that you showed true courage to make such an excellent recovery in your speech. I really liked the ideas that you presented, and could see the personal connection. Great work.
You had a really inspiring message and you were able to back it up with both personal stories and outside sources. You were able to recover when you forgot something which takees a lot of skill and that was really cool to see. Good job.
Eve, you did an amazing job and you nailed those quotes!!! Great job!
Eve,Your speech was inspiring. Your facts that you provided proved your point even more. I am proud of you for choosing to go on the first day! Good job!
Eve: even though you frooze you stayed calm and got right back to your speech. I thought the visuals were very helpful and I really liked the attention getter as well.
You did fantastic! Really good emotion and honesty. I really like your examples. Your challenge was very good. It was reasonable but also very challenging.
Way to push through! I love the way you told us your own story- it made me really connect with your message. I loved your presentation and ideas!
Eve my dear, you did amazing. Although you tripped up, you did wonderfully as you didnt say um and you kept the ball rolling, looking at your slides and remembering the rest of the way, You really brought it home, I loved your topic and was so glad that you incorporated quotes. Lovely job.
Great topic and I liked how you kept going and really saved it there at the end great job!
Eve that was excellent. You may have slipped up, but instead of completely losing it, you put your chin down and rammed through the rest of the speech. It was very inspiring for you to keep going and the speech itself has increased the confidence within myself.
Eve you did really good with your speech! I love that you took something very personal to you! You showed a lot of courage to go up there and give your speech on the first day. Great job!
Eve!! You were very calm and collected, and it was so impressive you kept your cool when you slipped up. Your points were great!
Speech and content were well thought-out and articulate, recovered well from mistakes. She really related this (peer pressure) into her own life and the life of every teenager, which was a really nice touch. You could tell she was really passionate about her topic and, in bringing in a personal story, really deepened the message behind the speech