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Michael Addidle

I used to be nervous before doing lectures. Now most, but not all of that fear has disappeared, due to having done these hundreds of times. It is always good to be a little nervous however.

I stand by the following maxims:

People are generally on your side.
What is the worst that can go wrong?
If things do go wrong, you can be sure that people forget very quickly.


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