In a recent post, Jon let you know about how much he and I enjoyed presenting “Fifty Shades of Great” at the recent Bid & Proposal Con 2013. One of the many nice things about the conference is that presenters receive feedback afterwards (unlike many proposal efforts where, all too often, those providing support don’t receive any feedback at all after the proposal is submitted!).
Among other very flattering comments were:
"A winner! Jon and BJ rocked It! The information they shared was truly phenomenal and the reference back to 50 Shades of Gray was a kick and very, very clever. "
“Absolutely FANTASTIC! I love how they tied a “risky” and engaging topic to proposal essentials.”
“Can’t say enough good things about this session. Truly terrific!”
“You could grasp how much time and effort they put into this presentation with the amount of valuable content, as well as the interactive props, matching grey ties and excellent collaboration. Thank you for your hard work I appreciate it!”
“I’ll say it again….it’s the PROPOSAL Guys and they always rock.”
- “Clever way to keep it interesting and fun by using the 50 Shades theme.”
- “There were a lot of pointers to cover, so this kept things light and flowing quickly.”
- “I got a lot out of the pointers and learned that presentations can be interesting and lighthearted.”
- “Effective, impactful and memorable presentation.”
Again, Jon and I are humbled by these kind words. The reception we receive during our presentations (“I could tell Jon and BJ were having fun!”) and your comments afterwards keep us challenging ourselves and “raising the bar” each time we deliver a presentation at an APMP conference. We’d like to thank those of you who attended the session and especially those of you who provided such generous feedback.