Good Job Rachel! you seem nervous, but got over it way to push through it and not give up haha "quitters never win."
Rachel, good idea starting with a story. The small bits of humor really added to the effect. It was great that you asked the audience about their mistakes. I loved your ending!
Rachel!I loved the quotes you used duirng your speech! They really added to what you were saying!I also liked the research you shared, like about how the brain remembers mistakes. Your speech was inspiring and you did a very great job presenting!
I like your topic, since my dad is a big cycling fan I can relate to your comment about Lance Armstrong. Good quotes!
You had amazing speaking techniques, and you weren't afraid to talk about your own struggles with quitting. I was also super impressed by all of your research on the brain and memory. Awesome TEDTalk!!
I loved the way you brought your talk to real life topics that everyone knows about. It was also a good message to send to people! I like the quotes that were on the board that went with your topic.
Quitters never win. This is a great motto for any person, student or not, for their life. To achieve greatness in a life, effort must be put forward, and that effort must be relentless and never cease. Excellent topic.
Your stories are all great support for your point. I love your topic and your speech was very inspiring! the way you ended your speech was especially good.
Rachel-You did a really good job! Everybody could relate to what you were saying. Your presentation was really good, you looked really confidant. I liked all of the examples that you had to relate to your story. Great job!
Rachel-Great job! I loved this presentation! You seemed very comfortable and it got even better as the time when on! I loved the story of Lance Armstrong. All your other examples that you shared also helped your presentation. It was very inspiring and you did a great job!
You had some awesome stories that really illustrated your points. You also incoporated some strong facts into your presentation. Great job!
Rachel-Great message! You looked very comfortable up there on the stage, and your timing was well rehearsed.Good job!
Your talk was so great! It was inspirational and all the stories in your talk really helped your message that quitters never win. Your backdrop went along really well with what you were saying!
I liked your story about your poor spelling because we are all bad at something, but then you said that just because you are bad at it doesn't mean you have to quit. Sometimes I feel like I want to quit something I am really sucking at, and your presentation really reinforces the fact that I should just keep going and not quit.
I enjoyed the humor that you added in your presentation and how comfortable you were when presenting. I loved the message that you sent to all of us and how powerful the words were that you spoke, great presentation.
I loved how you started out with humor and all the stories you brought into it as well as you personal story!! Great topic and great job.
You have a very touching story. Quitters never win is an excellent topic for TED talks. Your message is clear, thorough and really good. Great job!
Rachel, your message of self empowerment is inspiring. I really enjoyed listening to your speech. I will makes lots of mistakes. Great gob(purposeful mistake).
I liked how you explained your topic. You didn't say um or like or anything, and the messsage you had was great. Good job!
Great job Rachel! Your talk was so inspiring and uplifting. I completely agree with you and its true in every area of our lives. You reminded me of the power of never giving up. Thanks :)
Great Job Rachel, I like how you encorporated everyday life into your presentation. You did a great job speaking and I really liked your message. Sometimes you talked a bit slow, others a bit fast. Remember to pace yourself(:
Rachel-You have a very good speaking tone, I feel like you gave a great backup to your theme of "never give up" and I feel like it was inspirational. I also liked how you used humor to benefit your speech. Good job Rachel:)