How to remember your talk?
===============O Ways I don't like:
Reading from a script,
trying to memorise a script,
cards (bit too "Best Man")
or reading out everything from an OHP
===============O Ways I do like:
A4 page with big bullet points resting on a table in front of you or to the side, or resting on the floor / on a chair in front of you. Or even maybe held in your hand (though it might shake a bit if you have a problem with nerves)
Notes written very lightly in pencil on the flipchart before you start
Notes on a little post-it on the edge of the flip chart stand, so as you stand to the side of it you can see the note, but the audience only see it edge on
Cued by the bullet points on your visual aid (in my opinion, the best way)
PS - fame: is it worth anything really?
still, onwards and upwards!
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