“Lessons from the world of Aikido,” by Garr Reynolds

“At some point in a future presentation you may encounter tough questions or even a hostile audience member who may be more interested in making you look foolish or derail you during your talk than getting at the truth. It happens. Even if an audience member does choose to assume the role of “opponent,” your irritation or any display of anger will surely not do you or the rest of your audience (98% of whom may support your views) any good at all.”

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