I have given presentations of my story several times in the last years. From guest lectures at a university to conferences (3 hours) to presentations such as the Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit (45 minutes). I’ve recorded an audio track with the sheets and put the presentation it up on YouTube. The version is roughly 1 hour long, not as lively/interactive as a real presentation (and not as detailed as the book itself of course). But enjoy, anyway:
Outstanding! Maybe all that time wasted on learning chess openings will bear some fruit when applied to my professional pursuits. After all, I never thought one opening was the answer but I analyzed my games to see which openings were more effective against players of various ratings. The more openings I learned, the more tools I had for various situations. Good preso!
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This is pretty good. Don’t get discouraged that it runs 25 minutes before mentioning chess.