Ever wonder what it would be like if your presentations were subject to scrutiny? Not the usual kind of scrutiny—is she prepared, does he speak clearly, are the facts in line—but the hyper scrutiny (think: freeze-frame, slow motion, GIF-enabling scrutiny) of, say, a presidential debate?
Right. So now that we’re all sweating, shivering, or both, it’s worth a) thanking our stars that we are not subject to that, and b) taking a look at it for what we can take away. Because the great thing about that kind of hyper-scrutiny is that it underscores just how crucial some aspects of presentation are.