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Sometimes people can find it hard to view someone elsea��s situation from their perspective. For instance, public speaking sounds like a much easier job than it is when you dona��t actually do public speaking for a living. However, there is a significant time spent on prep work, rehearsing, and being able to be comfortable delivering a speech. Most public speakers are also asked to travel to different locations to speak at conferences, so travel time is added to that too.
Most of the time, when public speakers attend conferences that they are asked to speak at, their travel and meals are taken care of. In rare instances though, speakers have been asked to pay for their attendance to a conference aside from having to pay for their own travel. In a case like this, it is unfair to the speaker. Especially, since their speech, which requires a great deal of preparation, is being given and should be considered a gift. If the speakers own their own business or work for a company, the time they take away from that is costly to them also.
When public speakers are asked to do speeches at conferences or other events, it is time consuming and costly to the speaker. The speaker need to value their speeches and people should view this from their perspective.