I've been known to stand in large groups of people pacing back and forth, waving my hands furiously, and talking. I used to get panic attacks when I did this, but after a lot of practice, I still sweat, but I no longer panic.
I've spoken to very large crowds who scare me with their powerful anonymity in Wellington, New Zealand, I've run small workshops in the middle of Winter in Philadelphia with bright people who asked equally bright questions, and once I was asked to speak on a bus in Dublin, Ireland — it was awesome.
I've developed short presentations that cut to the chase in 15 minutes. I've designed longer presentations that fill an hour. I'm reasonably comfortable with webinars, but I like to be able to see what they are thinking. I don't like it when Q&A is part of a presentation because the crowd is always smarter than me and I always forget to say something.
Workshops are the best way to explore as much of the Rands content as possible. Every single one I've done has been tailored to the specific team or company needs.
A few of my favorite talks in no particular order are:
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