Fit for presenting in English

Uff, it's after second day of the three days training. It's interesting. I feel totally exhausted after all the new information that I've got and all the presentation exercices I had to go through.
It finished after 6 PM and I have even a home work for tomorrow (yes, you're right. I had to prepared one for today already).

I like this quote from the course - "The amateurs have to practice, practice, practice till they are good.
The professionals have to practice, practice, practice till they aren't wrong".

Hmmm, seems that I don't really remember the sentence correctly... Can you fix it?
Comments:

The problem with presenting unfortunately you cannot quite practice alone - you need to be doing the real sessions with people listening to you and giving you feedback after the session. I think it is similar to war - you can practice a lot as a soldier, but only the real war experience is will learn you the things you need to survice ... BTW in the case you wanted to ask, the keynote demo yesterday went fine. Doing the on-device debugging session using bluetooth was quite risky (you never know what can go wrong with bluetooth connections if there is a thousand people around you using bluetooth-enabled devices), but everything went well :-).

Posted by Breh on March 22, 2006 at 02:22 AM CET #

I know. Practice, practice. You never know what will be wrong. Murph's law works against you.

Congratulation to successful presentation, bueno.

Posted by Lukas on March 25, 2006 at 07:55 AM CET #

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