Can't do that to talk proposals.
You've got to give reviewers the whole plot: the intro, the conflict, the climax, the conclusion, all of it. (1/8)
There would be several paragraphs of problem statement of something to solve, and then ends with: "In this talk, I'll show you how to solve those".
Don't leave us hanging! Tell us how! Elaborate! Convince us! (2/8)
When you're telling us a solution to a problem, we need to know if it is in fact good practice, is this something new, is it controversial idea, or is it common knowledge already? (3/8)
- find yourself a speaker mentor
- write a complete proposal, not a teaser