After a talk, it’s common to field a host of unwieldy questions that are all over the map. Why wait for the audience to come up with the questions when you can guide them to key themes?
As much as you prepare for a Q&A, there will still be questions you can’t anticipate or worse—someone’s bound to throw a body shot. For tips on how to respond when someone hurls an insult, it’s best to study the master, Steve Jobs.
I want to help you build resilience so you can bounce back when things go awry during a talk, presentation or pitch. The trick? Insert intentionally-disruptive moments into your rehearsals.
If you think I can be of help, email me: firstname.lastname@example.org.