Conference Submissions and Presentations made more effective with 10 quick tips





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Published on Feb 2, 2013

Have you eyed that latest cool conference, thinking, "I'd sure like to go there. Darn, I'd even like to present there! But what would I talk about? How would I write the proposal? How would I deliver the talk with excellence?"

Those are all questions that both I and dozens of my frequently-presenting colleagues and friends have faced over the years. I've taken careful notes over the years, tried many of the ideas, recorded which ones worked and which ones didn't, wrote a book on the topic, and now, have a passion for helping others succeed in this space.

Being a teacher, even for a 30 minute slot at a conference, is a noble undertaking and extremely rewarding. I hope to inspire and offer a few bits of wisdom gained through experience in these 45 minutes together.

"Of all the hard jobs around, one of the hardest is being a good teacher." -- Maggie Gallagher

[Slides for this talk are available at https://speakerdeck.com/matthewmccull...]

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