Sometimes I look at the titles of other people’s blog posts, and wonder if I should try something akin to being professional.
So, its the second to last (or last, depending) blog post of indepth this year. AS my title shows, there’s just a liiiitle but of stress that goes along with this part of the year. Due to AprilMayJune, and Musical Theater, I haven’t really had much free time nowadays. And by that, I mean I’ve been at school till 8 4/7 days this week. Haha, fun.
Nowadays, my indepth i mostly planning and working on my final presentation. I’ve started by narrowing down my options and clarifying exactly what I want to do. I’ve definitely decided on a media presentation instead of a learning center, and I have all the photos I need and the information, it’s just a matter of sitting down and GETTING IT DONE. That’s usually the part I have trouble with.
I talked a bit with Scott about the presentation and Indepth Night, if he’d want to come, how much I can say about him, etc. He’s pretty cool with information, (he can’t make the night itself sadly) but he mentioned to me in our last session some proper terminology to use for the presentation and such. I will do a big shoutout to him during the speaking part of my presentation (which I am purposefully not saying too much about, so as not to ruin the surprise, mwahahahaha)
De Bono talks about interrupting, and attitude. Back during sessions with my mentor, interrupts weren’t much of a problem, as he was usually giving me instructions and if I stopped him, I’d usually miss something important. The only time interruptions were necessary were when I couldn’t hear properly, or wanted to clarify a hand or foot position. As for attitude, Scott was always energized but calm during lessons, while I was extremely nervous. There was always a lot of energy, be it from the aura of circus in the room or the adrenaline from doing tricks.
Now the only thing I have left to do for my project is a short, less then 5 minutes presentation
. . . who wants to bet I won’t start it until may 21st.