Truth is, I don’t know how many people have included a reconstructed speech in their autobiography. Never the less, that will not affect me in my decision. The speeches I’ve done throughout my life haven’t been many nor have they been “important”, so as long as I don’t announce a speech that’s “important”, I won’t include it in my autobiography. That doesn’t mean I don’t want to, or that I won’t give an “important” speech, as a matter of fact, I’m very interested in impacting people’s life’s throughout a speech, and I hope that one day I will.
Second, many others have announced “important” speeches, that depending on what I will be writing about in my autobiography, will be what speeches from someone else I place in it. Of course, I might not place the whole speech, but maybe just a part of it, a part considered “important” or “inspirable”. That’s pretty much my thought on this.