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It's what you don't see that make all the difference

It's what you don't see that make all the difference

Last week we hosted the 4th edition of Present to Succeed Conference - the largest presentation skills event in the world.

Everyone who participated said that our speakers were world-class. And that's true. However, the talks they delivered didn't become world-class out of the blue. They were such because our speakers did the following:

  1. They came prepared.
  2. They rehearsed their talks a lot.
  3. They all booked a tech check with us and tested everything.

These are, as Brent Ozar said during his talk, table stakes - the bare minimum you have to do to pull off a presentation that people talk about.