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Speaking at WordCamps? What not to do…

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Good Morning, everyone! I am Sakin Shrestha from Kathmandu, Nepal and I am the founding member of WordPress community in Nepal. I would like to call myself as Tech Entrepreneur, running companies like Catch Internet, Catch Themes, Theme Palace, Theme Review Co, DevotePress and NepalBuzz. So WordCamp Kathmandu 2017 is less than a month away, (and I believe many of you will be speaking) I’ll be talking about what you should strictly NOT do when speaking at a WordCamp.

1. Preparing slides at the last moment
2. Messy Slides
3. Plagiarize
4. Pitch Products
5. Pretentious
6. Drag Your Speech
7. Monotone
8. Messing with Code of Conduct

Here you go. Keep all these things in mind when preparing for your speech. Be natural, let your passion and knowledge show through your words. I’m sure you will do great.
All the best! Cheers! For details check out blog post at https://sakinshrestha.com/

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Speaking at WordCamps? What not to do…

  1. 1. WordPress Meetup, April 2017
  2. 2. Tech Entrepreneur Sakin Shrestha @sakinshrestha
  3. 3. Speaking at WordCamps? What not to do…
  4. 4. Preparing Slides at the Last Moment
  5. 5. Messy Slides
  6. 6. Plagiarize
  7. 7. Pitch Products
  8. 8. Being Pretentious
  9. 9. Drag Your Speech
  10. 10. Monotone
  11. 11. Messing with Code of Conduct
  12. 12. 1. Preparing slides at the last moment 2. Messy Slides 3. Plagiarize 4. Pitch Products 5. Be Original 6. Drag Your Speech 7. Monotone 8. Messing with Code of Conduct Speaking at WordCamps? What not to do…
  13. 13. Thank You
  14. 14. Any Questions? @sakinshrestha

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