LOOKING FORWARD INTOTED TALKS WITH STEVE JOBS AND SIR KEN ROBINSON PublicSpeaking
TED TALKS GET REAL Sir KenSteve Jobs Robinson “How to live “Changing educationbefore you die” paradigms”
Steve Jobs captured the audience’s attentionjust like he did mine by sharing not only hispassions and dreams, but also some of his
Thesis: “Today, I want to tell you three stories from my life.”
Connecting the Dots through personalstories ”The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” – Steve
Stay Hungry. Stay foolish. Jobs was able to maintain his audience’s attention by using personal stories that were relevant and inspiring.
Dynamism = EnergyI rate Steve Jobs speech at a 4.8.He was passionate, enthusiastic, and had greatstage presence.Why 4.8 & not 5???The one thing I did notice, was that he oftenlooked down at his notes. He could have mademore eye contact with the audience.
Learning from the bestI have learned that you not only needto be prepared and well rehearsedwhen giving a speech, but you alsoneed to be passionate in what you arespeaking about.
Sir Ken Robinson captured the audience’sattention by speaking clearly and byhaving a passion for the topic he was
He speaksThesi about the links: between 3 troubling trends: rising drop-out rates, schools dwindling stake in the
How do we square that circle???Robinson wasable tomaintain hisaudience’sattention bychallengingtraditionalthinking oneducation.
Dynamism =EnergyI rate Sir Ken Robinson’s speechat a 4.0.He was interesting, creative , andvery knowledgeable about thistopic.Why 4.0 & not 5???His speech was hard to judgebecause I couldn’t actually see himspeak. All I had to judge him off ofwas his voice. Which was very
Learning tothink.I learned to challenge the way Ithink about the public educationsystem.I also learned to get creative withmy presentations. I loved the dry
ExpertsA few things from Garr Reynolds. Reynoldsrecommended to keep the presentation simpleand to limit the use of bullets. Also to always usehigh quality graphics and don’t use clip art.
Sharing My Two CentsMy advice to my classmates is topractice, practice, practice. Trynot to look down at your notesthe entire time. Instead try to useyour notes as a quick reference.Always be creative whenpresenting a speech.
And in the words of the late SteveJobs… ALWAYS remember to Stay Hungry. Stay foolish.
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