And so, having completed our speeches, we awaited judgement. Lynsey was most impressed, but just to balance out her compliments, she mentionned the danger of 'over-cooking' our speeches in the sense that the average person will only remember three things about a presentation. I guess it makes sense of course in the space of four minutes to think of three key points and devise ways of getting the audience's attention. This could be by beginning with a question or striking quote, using some form of story-telling, vocal variation and pausing. Barry thanked Lynsey for her very helpful adjudication and the meeting adjourned to the refreshment table.