F-15 & L-15 - Deepstash

F-15 & L-15

  • F-15 stands for the First 15% of your talk. Use more of your fuel in this time, get more attention. In this section try to perform a practiced content with the known result (like - laughter) or may say something like this -

"What I'm going to tell, will change your life."

  • L-15 stands for the last 15%. Here you also can use practiced content or better you can summarise the talk or tell some key takeaways.


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