Over the weekend, I uploaded a video into iMovie. I edited part of the original video out, added some graphics (rather poorly I might add), and successfully uploaded it onto YouTube. It only took me…. much, much longer than it should have.
iMovie is easy to use. I’ve been to about three one-to-one teaching/coaching sessions at the Apple Store for iMovie. And, basically, when it came time to tackle this task, I forgot pretty much everything I learned.
In other words, it’s time for another iMovie refresher session. (Yes, I’ve already scheduled it).
What have you “learned” in the past, and now need to be brought back up to speed on? My guess is, if you are like me, you could make a list. (I could use about a decade worth of refreshers in math).
This is the idea behind our Speech Class Refresher on March 23. This could be important, because you never know when you will need to give your next speech (“presentation”) at work, or at the PTA, or at church, or…
If you are an accomplished speaker, you will already know all of this, and you are probably close to a master. But, if you took Speech Class back in college, maybe way back years ago in college, then this could be perfect for you. You will sit, listen, practice, and think to yourself “Oh, yea, now I remember.”
That’s what refreshers do. They make you think “oh, yea, now I remember.”
In other words, it really is a “use it or lose it” reality. It can come back – but you might need a little jump start to get it back.
Karl Krayer and I will lead this Speech Class Refresher. But there are a few other refreshers that I might like to attend. Like my iMovie refresher. I wonder, what other refresher sessions are there out there? If you know of any, let me know. I might sign up.
Click here to learn the details of our Speech Class Refresher session on March 23. And click here to register.