“It is not enough to do your best; you must know what to do, and then do your best.”
W. Edwards Deming
ah. good advice. that’s precisely my problem right at the moment. i’m supposed to give a speech next month to 700 people at a convention. i’m trying to write the BEST speech, but at the moment i have no idea WHAT i’m going to say. that makes the writing pretty damn tough.
i console myself by reminding myself that people at conventions never actually listen to the speeches anyway.
yep you got it … every seminar or convention i go to is “death by powerpoint” – you can kinda follow what is going on but at the same time you have no clue about what the big picture is
i talk after the big banquet. i figure everyone will be asleep anyway by then, or drunk. or so i’m hoping.
what are you talking about ? make it short and snappy and then everyone will remember you as the most effective presenter
um…. i haven’t figured out my topic yet. but i was told that the last four keynote speakers they had were flat-out terrible. to which i say, “that’s a bar i can meet!”
there’ll be a bar ? go there before you start hahaha
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