You get a platform by claiming a platform. Have a point of view and then let your voice claim its own space in the room. Sometimes, your point of view is a simple question – that everyone else had but were too embarrassed to ask. Or an observation that something does not make sense to you, perhaps to others too. Your contribution should not be a rambling time waster or irrelevant pontification (that is called being disruptive, and not good). And don’t hold back, trying to time your brilliant comment. Claim your space, even if only adding small, but real, value – so that others don’t look through you or never notice or remember that you were there at all. RealWinTips

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