Imagine that you have spent the better part of two weeks working on an important speech you plan to give to your company. You think you have done everything right. You have created a PowerPoint presentation packed with pertinent information and flashy animation. You have printed out handouts of the slides so that your audience can follow along. Although you haven't had time to rehearse the presentation, you are not worried, because you have the entire speech typed out. You plan to read it while you blow their socks off with the dynamic PowerPoint slides. Everything should go perfectly, right? Well, maybe not.
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