Brainstorming for My PechaKucha Presentation

Next month, I am giving a presentation at PechaKucha Night (pronounced Pechak-Cha) and have chosen to talk about the importance of the people who surround me.  The presentation revolves around 20 slides, each with a duration of 20 seconds.

My idea is to talk about the people (and their work) that inspire me, challenge me and enable me.  I also want to talk about how I share my work and how I give back to the woodworking community that has helped me so much.  I’ll probably touch on the years when I got seriously into woodworking too, which is when support from my elders was the most important.

If you have any ideas or points to talk about that you think would be useful for my presentation, please leave it in the comments section.  I’m looking forward to reading your thoughts.

PechaKucha Vol. 9

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