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Presentation with Dignity

March 26th, 2002 · No Comments · Uncategorized

I had a good time doing my presentation on “Submission with Dignity,” thank you very much. No disasters, my fly was up, I didn’t eject too much spit into the crowd, and people snored only in the most polite of ways.

Attendance was much better than I thought it would be, especially since the weather was crap. I think the topic has a strong appeal. You don’t get a lot of people talking about submission for some reason.

I’m grateful to all the people who took the time to come up afterwards and who said such nice things. A big reason I’m into service and submission, because pleasing people gives me such a great feeling, and what better way to get a bucket load of pleasing than giving a good presentation to a room full of appreciative folks, many of whom I respect and admire a great deal.

I left kind of buzzed afterwards, actually. I’m so easy. Before I even walked out the door, I had already agreed to do another talk in October. I’m turning into a presentation slut it seems.

Could be worse, I suppose.

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