Public Speaking and The Law of Gender or Gestation

By James Chase

When it comes to this law of the universe how you define it may cause some confusion. Some define gender as masculine and feminine (which I consider a trait) while others define it to be male and female. The good thing is that they both work but each describes a different part of the law. Science teaches us that you have to have both a male and female counterparts to create life. That’s one part of the definition. The other part of the equation says that once the conception process starts, it takes nine months for the child to be born. The nine months is called the gestation period. This is why the law is referred to as the Law of Gender or Gestation.

When we want to accomplish something in life the Law of Gender/Gestation also plays apart. The thing you want to accomplish starts with an idea or “egg.” But the idea just isn’t enough. How many times have you thought of an idea and a few months or years later someone has brought it to life. That person took the “egg” and then proceeded to “impregnate” the idea with action. The problem with most ideas is that there isn’t a set gestation period for ideas. For some it takes a matter of months and others years.

In regards to public speaking the Law of Gender/Gestation is different for everyone. My gestation period was different than others. It wasn’t until the desire was strong enough and I emotionally enough. When it came to public speaking I always felt it would just happen but that wasn’t enough. When I finally got serious my personal gestation period took five years. For some it is shorter and some it takes longer. It is up to you.


Dr. James B. Chase, Jr., EdD
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