There is a man in our ward--I'm going to call him Glen--who is really accomplished in his career. He was known all over the nation as the outstanding Athletic Director for BYU. After he retired, another college--that was having major problems--had him come and serve as their athletic director for a couple of years. He did, and when he got things running smoothly he retired again.
Anyway, what I am getting to is Glen has credentials and achievements a mile long. Not just as Athletic Directors. He had done "stuff." Every summer, when his kids were young, he would take the whole family in the car and they would drive for most of the summer, as he had speaking commitments all over the nation.
Recently he was asked to give a speech and he asked the person in charge what he wanted him to talk about.
"You should take a couple of minutes at the beginning and tell about all your accomplishments."
"Well now, how will I ever be able to do that?" Glen joked.
"Just talk real slow."