Truth in Discussions
Avoid giving possible false information.\\ In "How to Win and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie, I remember reading that no one can remember everything, and during daily conversations, an average person content will be actually 30% correct, and for really smart people about 50% of it is correct. So with that said, I should begin doing less of those inspirational moments.
In the past, I would give more than the share of inspirational moments needed for a sermon or lesson, because I lacked in preperation, however, now realizing that if I go by speculation or memory, it has a 50/50 chance of being wrong, I now should do less of them and ideally use those inspirational momements if I really know the stuff inside and out. (Rough Sketch, I need go over it).