GTO's a sucker for a good list, and today David Ng at The World's Fair delivers. His post covers things you "should avoid at all costs" when giving a presentation. The list includes fake accents, vomiting, wardrobe malfunctions, and aggressive sweating, to name a few. Our favorite thing to avoid in talks: using the Comic Sans font. Ng invites readers to add their own warnings, so head on over.

 

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