The Lectora User’s Conference and my First Big Presentation - Part 7: Practice practice practice (um)

By Mary Word

We have been discussing the content of the presentation, and the challenges and solutions at the core of it. I have not gone into the nitty-gritty detail of it, but I think I have covered the high points. I have provided a few takeaways that you can apply to your own challenges, and use to make your own solutions. Maybe some specifics, too, if you are a Lectora developer.

Now let’s get back to the presentation itself. Content is important, and without it your talk can be all smoke and mirrors. But don’t forget that root word ‘present’—the verb, that is. You have to present that content in an effective manner. That means standing up in front of an unknown number of people you have never met, and being able to communicate your message in a way that engages your audience.

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