This is an excerpt from a project I am working on titled “Spin a Good Yarn”. Details available soon.
Crafting a great proposal, writing a good talk, learning to present it; all of these things are very important if you want to be a good speaker. However, there is something else you need to do, you need to get yourself organized and you need to do this before you submit your first proposal.
Most conferences will want you to submit not only your talk, but also your personal information when you submit to a CfP. The two most important pieces of information you can give them outside of your talk is your picture and your bio. You can prepare these ahead of time, or you can wing it when it comes time to submit. Trust me, being prepared ahead of time is much easier.
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