If your graphs don’t visually illustrate the percentages associated with them I literally stop listening to the point being made. It’s often not the speakers fault, and I don’t consciously stop listening up in my high horse, I just get so caught up in the inaccuracy that I can’t focus on what’s being said.
Yes. End of. I came across a tweet this morning from Jen Simmons along the lines of this post title. As a professional speaker, I continue to be amazed at how many conferences ask their speakers to cover the event’s airfare and accommodation costs out of their own pockets. Be humble. It’s a privilege to […]
Today I’m off on an adventure after very fortunately being invited to speak at the Adobe max conference in LA. I’m going to be talking about 5 things to take your RWD to the next level, and as always I’m concerned that the talk won’t be good enough of miss the mark with the attendees. […]