Great Presenters Don't Rely On Recipes
Slowly, I started to tweak recipes to meet my own preferences, adding a bit more of this, a little less of that.
As my confidence in my judgment improved, I began to change recipes significantly or create dishes just by assembling what seemed like a good mix of ingredients.
In many ways we go through the same cycle as presenters, initially relying heavily on our prescripted outlines and notes, and eventually feeling confident enough to draw on the best ingredients (content segments) and assemble them in real-time, tweaking and fine-tuning based on our read of the participant's tastes.
The faster you can move through this progression, the more powerful the learning experiences you can create.
20+ yrs helping ppl & orgs rethink their beliefs and behaviors to refresh their results. I accept a very limited number of speaking or facilitating engagements each year.