Continuing our series on things speakers MUST have with them in their “Pearl Harbor Kit.” <<The USA was caught unprepared for the Japanese Bombing on December 7, 1941.>> No me; I want to be prepared for any speaking contingencies. Today, we now talk about TSA-approved small scissors. You may think this is one thing you can leave at home. Let me tell you the number of times these little guys have really come in handy. Less than a buck!!!
TSA Approved!!! The scissors I keep in my Pearl Harbor Kit are all of two inches long and have rounded tips to breeze by TSA at the airport. Many times I need to cut out a small article to present to the Cruise Director or trim down one of my handouts. To tear it is tacky and to fold it over several times and then use a credit card to slice it looks unprofessional. How about that thread that is hanging from your suit. Pull it and it may unravel. Biting it may not get it all. Snipping it makes things nice and tidy. You can also clip those stray hairs that pop up.
More items in future blogs.
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