In life we all have to deal with confrontation. In public speaking this is no different. How do you confront without getting angry, mad, rude or belligerent?
Confrontation is defined as discord or a clash of opinions or ideas in the American Heritage College Dictionary (4th Edition). When you become a public speaker everyone may not agree with your ideas, take on a subject or your conclusions. You could face opposition, especially if you are in politics or are representing a controversial idea or position—like Pro Life.
How do you get your point across while maintaining your composure?