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Delivering Under Pressure

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Delivering Under Pressure
Delivering Under Pressure

Going into a presentation, pitching your idea or work, facing criticism and judgment; it’s not easy. You should be prepared.

A List Apart writes about three things you should do before pitching your designs. In the case of this article, don’t be afraid to replace the words design with your job and designs with your lifeblood.

Got a clock handy? Good. Now watch that second hand and keep the following guideline in mind: once you’ve finished your initial pitch in a tough client meeting you’ll only have about 30 seconds to answer any individual question.

Stand And Deliver – [AListApart]

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