Life is a Mystery

13 February 2009

Never apologize

I like Edward R. Tufte’s presentation advice:

Never apologize. Most people wouldn’t have noticed the issues for which you’re apologizing—and it just sounds lame.

Show up early. Something good is bound to happen—if there’s no need to fix a mechanical problem or resolve a room conflict, you can always mingle with the audience.

And much more.

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Eric Celeste / Saint Paul, Minnesota / 651.323.2009 / efc@clst.org