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BRENE BROWNIs a research professor who has spent a decade studyingvulnerability, courage, authenticity, shame and empathy ...
“ The Power of Vulnerability”In her talk, TitledBrene talks about why vulnerabilityis necessary to feel belonging andjoy. ...
Her job being a researcher, wasto control and predict.Discovering that the way to liveis with vulnerability and to stopcon...
lead to aBREAKDOWN
She spent an entire yearstruggling with vulnerability.Fighting with it until sheeventually lost. Brene howevergained her l...
Brene captured the Audiencewith a Introductory storyShe told it with humor and help established her credibility early on.T...
BreneMaintained the engagement of the audienceBy keeping the talk informative with her humor andalso providing many life e...
I rated Brene a 4 out of 5. She wasvery passionate about her subject.She tied it in with great story tellingand humor. Her...
I rated Brene a 4 out of 5. She wasvery passionate about her subject.She tied it in with great story tellingand humor. Her...
Brene followed the tips Nancy Duarte.She kept here slides simply. Each slidewas timed perfectly to her speech andthey help...
Brene followed the tips Nancy Duarte.She kept here slides simply. Each slidewas timed perfectly to her speech andthey help...
In a confident, humorous,simple, enjoyable andpassionate way. Shedelivered it consistentlywith a smile andconfidence.Brene...
Brene delivers herspeechIn a confident, humorous,simple, enjoyable andpassionate way. Shedelivered it consistentlywith a s...
HOW THEY COMPARE:Both Brene Brown and Ken Robinson areexcellent speakers. They provide humor andstorytelling to there spea...
HOW THEY DIFFER:Ken Robinson talked with amore urgent tone. The urgentand dramatic changes need forthe educational system....
Brene Brown spoke more softly.Since her topic was aboutvulnerability and the emotionsthat comes with it. Her deliverywas s...
THE MOST IMPORTANTTIP I CAN GIVE YOU ISTo find a topic that you truly enjoyand have a passion towards. Yourpassion well he...
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  1. 1. BRENE BROWNIs a research professor who has spent a decade studyingvulnerability, courage, authenticity, shame and empathy atthe University of Houston, Texas.
  2. 2. “ The Power of Vulnerability”In her talk, TitledBrene talks about why vulnerabilityis necessary to feel belonging andjoy. That vulnerability is neithercomfortable or excruciating. That theway to live is with vulnerability.
  3. 3. Her job being a researcher, wasto control and predict.Discovering that the way to liveis with vulnerability and to stopcontrolling and predicting.
  4. 4. lead to aBREAKDOWN
  5. 5. She spent an entire yearstruggling with vulnerability.Fighting with it until sheeventually lost. Brene howevergained her life back.
  6. 6. Brene captured the Audiencewith a Introductory storyShe told it with humor and help established her credibility early on.This also help her gain the audiences attention and let them knowthat this wasn’t going to be a boring talk.
  7. 7. BreneMaintained the engagement of the audienceBy keeping the talk informative with her humor andalso providing many life experiences in her talk. Shedelivered her speech with confidence and passion. Thatalso kept the audience interested and informed. Similarto her introductory story.
  8. 8. I rated Brene a 4 out of 5. She wasvery passionate about her subject.She tied it in with great story tellingand humor. Her style, delivery andpace at which she spoke werewonderful.DYNAMISMRATING:4/5I gave Brene a 4 out of 5. Duringher speak, she told a story andhad wonderful and informativedata. Her style, delivery andhumor kept the talk veryenjoyable. The way sheexpressed her passion for herwork helped her talk immensely.
  9. 9. I rated Brene a 4 out of 5. She wasvery passionate about her subject.She tied it in with great story tellingand humor. Her style, delivery andpace at which she spoke werewonderful.DYNAMISMRATING:4/5I gave Brene a 4 out of 5. Duringher speak, she told a story andhad wonderful and informativedata. Her style, delivery andhumor kept the talk veryenjoyable. The way sheexpressed her passion for herwork helped her talk immensely.HoweverWhen she adds stories about herpersonal life. She stumbles a bitand causes a small period ofconfusion.
  10. 10. Brene followed the tips Nancy Duarte.She kept here slides simply. Each slidewas timed perfectly to her speech andthey helped push her words to theaudience.
  11. 11. Brene followed the tips Nancy Duarte.She kept here slides simply. Each slidewas timed perfectly to her speech andthey helped push her words to theaudience.Towards the end of her speech. Sheused her images extremely well. Ithelped provide emotion and helpedfinish her speech.
  12. 12. In a confident, humorous,simple, enjoyable andpassionate way. Shedelivered it consistentlywith a smile andconfidence.Brene delivers herspeech
  13. 13. Brene delivers herspeechIn a confident, humorous,simple, enjoyable andpassionate way. Shedelivered it consistentlywith a smile andconfidence.Having the confidenceand the passion whenspeaking not only helpsyour message get across.It also relaxes and helps aspeaker truly enjoyspeaking.
  14. 14. HOW THEY COMPARE:Both Brene Brown and Ken Robinson areexcellent speakers. They provide humor andstorytelling to there speaks. Truly passionateabout their work, they speak both speakhonestly, and calmly.
  15. 15. HOW THEY DIFFER:Ken Robinson talked with amore urgent tone. The urgentand dramatic changes need forthe educational system. Healso had a more laidbackdelivery style. That slowlychanged to urgent as he spoke.
  16. 16. Brene Brown spoke more softly.Since her topic was aboutvulnerability and the emotionsthat comes with it. Her deliverywas smoother and got moremeaningful as the time went on.
  17. 17. THE MOST IMPORTANTTIP I CAN GIVE YOU ISTo find a topic that you truly enjoyand have a passion towards. Yourpassion well help, not only relaxyou but it shall also show in yourspeech. You will also mostly likelyresearch more and enjoy theprocess of learning more aboutyour speech.
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