Leah Messer claims that she had indeed found her passion in life after spending years at home as a stay-at-home mother. While filming "Teen Mom 2," Leah has revealed that her biggest passion has been her children and Messer promised herself that she would go back to school when her kids were in school. Last year, Leah enrolled in school and she was excited to go back to school, get her degree and set an example for her three girls. But Leah has revealed that her passion goes beyond "Teen Mom 2." She told viewers that she wants to pursue a career in Public Speaking.

According to a new tweet, Leah Messer is now revealing that she's excited about her public speaking journey.

Even though her first attempt didn't go as she had expected, she tried once again and she felt her event went really well. She also revealed that people were inspired and left the speech motivated, which is why she felt she was good at it. However, viewers didn't feel the same way and several people encouraged her to pursue another career choice.

Fans not inspired by her speaking event

On Twitter, people reached out to Leah and they didn't agree with her. One person tweeted that motivational speaking isn't for her and she should consider something else. The person even told Leah that it was downright awful. However, Messer didn't take the criticism seriously, as she believes that the editing made it look worse than it was. As she explains, fans only saw a few minutes of what was actually a long event.

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In fact, it appears that Leah's confidence was great during this speech. She even had her girls show up at the end to speak to the ladies who had shown up to support Messer.

Did MTV make her look bad?

It's interesting that Leah is blaming editing for the way things unfolded for her. As it turns out, this isn't the first time that editing has been blamed for the way things appear on the show. Leah Messer has previously slammed MTV for making her look horrible on the show and for messing up the timelines of how and when things unfold. During the speech, Leah talked about how she worries about her daughter Ali, about her struggles with muscular dystrophy, and about how she's struggling to be a good mother all the time. The ladies who showed up at the event appeared to be inspired by her personal story.

What do you think about Leah Messer's public speaking event? Do you think she did much better or do you think she should think about doing something else?