Without a Prompt

No planning. You're placed on a stage in front of millions. What would you say?

You'd obviously initially wish you had some time to prepare, so why not consider this scenario now?

We're often put into awkward and/or stressful situations where we wish we would have known to prepare. Preparation comes in many forms, though.

We can either lay it out perfectly or assemble our thoughts around our own visions of the world knowingly and with purpose.

The ultimate question here is "what is your own personal statement?"

What do you want to tell the world? No shameless plugs. No greed. Just value being presented.

If you can identify your own personal elevator pitch, you'll rarely be placed in uncomfortable positions. It's this type of unprompted preparation that will usually keep you out of trouble.