TEDx: How To Spread Your Idea

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TEDx: How To Spread Your Idea

  1. 1. How to make your ideaS p r e a d?
  2. 2. Embrace everyone Be authentic Celebrate our possibilitiesPresented by...
  3. 3. 3 2 HOW? 1 WHAT? WHY? to make your we do to make idea have your ONE idea IMPACT?give a Talk? spread?
  4. 4. for your Talk?
  5. 5. 2011 >8,000,000 fans idea spreads +1,000,000%2006 TED Conference800 attendees
  6. 6. TEDx speaker 113-year old Teresa Hsu
  7. 7. Dec 2011 45,000 people Idea spreads >20,000%Dec 2010 TEDxSingaporeWomen200 people
  8. 8. Why?give a Talk?
  9. 9. Chris Anderson
  10. 10. ‘To build a better future through ideas’
  11. 11. What’s your dentin the universe?
  12. 12. What?
  13. 13. We e xist to make you anI D E A R O C K S TA R !
  14. 14. Spread your idea TEDxSingapore eventFind people with ideas, talent, work WORTH SPREADING
  15. 15. >1,000 communities around the world TEDFuture Build a Better x
  16. 16. Ideas Worth For all the worldSpreading For all time
  17. 17. be real, be true, be you...
  18. 18. Wemakean impact..
  19. 19. picked up by top USparenthood portal
  20. 20. Making an impact..
  21. 21. 6 year old Mirella spoke on TEDxYouth Day about how she learnt to be compassionate...
  22. 22. To inspire possibilities... Inspiring other children during the event
  23. 23. How?to spread Talk?
  24. 24. Esther along with 5 women climbed Mt Everest took 5 years because no one would believe in them Human journey and ideas inspire possibilities about who we can become
  25. 25. TalkPresent Speech~Inspirefacts & data stories & emotions
  26. 26. How to make your talk spread worldwide1. Compelling =NEW =DIFFERENT never seen before never heard before =WOW! X-factor =STAR moment = Some Thing Anyone would Remember =Well-designed =Beautifully presented =Practice, practice, practice
  27. 27. How to make your talk spread worldwide1. Compelling2. Concise
  28. 28. How to make your talk spread worldwide1. Compelling2. Concise “Baby shoes, Brand new, Never used.”
  29. 29. Describe your talk in 6 words‘Let my dataset change your mindset’‘Do schools educate creativity out of us?’ ‘My stroke of insight’ ‘Wisdom across all ages’‘Hype and hope of stem cell research’‘Who’s the hope for World Change 2.0?’
  30. 30. Describe your talk in 4 wordsLet my dataset change your mindsetDo schools educate creativity out?of us My stroke of insight Wisdom across all agesHype and hope of stem cellsresearchWho’s the hope for World Change? 2.0
  31. 31. How to make your talk spread worldwide1. Compelling2. Concise What’s your Talk about? write in 140 chrs
  32. 32. How to make your talk spread worldwide1. Compelling2. Concise MORE is Less? Less is MORE
  33. 33. How to make your talk spread worldwide1. Compelling2. Concise3. Conscious -who is audience?
  34. 34. remember your infiniteglobal audience
  35. 35. How to make your talk spread worldwide1. Compelling2. Concise3. Conscious 4. Comprehended
  36. 36. Would a 113 year old personunderstand your talk?
  37. 37. Would young people understand your talk?
  38. 38. How to make your talk spread worldwide1. Compelling2. Concise3. Conscious 4. Comprehended5. Context
  39. 39. How to make your talk spread worldwide1. Compelling2. Concise3. Conscious 4. Comprehended5. Context 6. Clear = Use of industry words, abbreviations,difficult concepts, explain clearlyt using metaphors,diagrams, graphs
  40. 40. miles / km $dollar=US?7. Conversions feet / metres kg / lbs
  41. 41. How to make your talk spread worldwide1. Compelling2. Concise3. Conscious 4. Comprehended5. Context 6. Clear 7. Conversions8. Colloqualism = local words that no one globally understands
  42. 42. How to make your talk spread worldwide1. Compelling2. Concise3. Conscious 4. Comprehended5. Context 6. Clear 7. Conversions8. Colloqualism9. Cautious about >18mins, indecent language, sensitive content, screen format ideal 16:9
  43. 43. How to make your talk spread worldwide1. Compelling2. Concise3. Conscious 4. Comprehended5. Context 6. Clear 7. Conversions8. Colloqualism9. Cautious 10. Copyrights = do not infringe and ‘fair use’
  44. 44. Go change the world with your idea!
  45. 45. 10 Cs of How To Make Your Idea Spread?Compelling: What idea are you most passionate about vs What excites and resonates with your 2 audiences?Concise: Less Can Be More: Do you really need 18 mins?Conscious: Who is your audience? Not just Local BUT GlobalComprehended: Would 113 year Teresa Hsu understand you? Would 17-year old teens understand you?Context: background, need local knowledge, understanding,Clear: Use of industry words, abbreviations, difficult concepts, explain using of metaphors, diagrams, graphsConversions: if important say in both metric+imperial, USDColloqualism: local language or word use, “primary school”Cautious: Don’t give TED a reason not to be able to post eg way exceeding 18minsCopyrights: Be careful

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