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Sharing our thoughts with our audience should be easy, but it turns out it's an obstacle race. What the audience understands is only a subset of what they perceive, which is only a subset of what we manage to say, which is only a subset of what we actually wanted to say. These are some tips to overcome the barriers at each stage.
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  • SHATTER THE BARRIERS BETWEEN YOU AND ! AUDIENCE NACHOCABALLERO THE
  • what makes up a presentation?
  • presenter audiencestory what makes up a presentation?
  • presenter audiencestory understanding what makes up a presentation?
  • what you want to convey
  • what you want to convey what you actually convey
  • what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives
  • what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
  • what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
  • Too much Articles and presentations have different speeds
  • Too much Articles and presentations have different speeds one graph per slide. otherwise, delete it
  • Too little what did I know before I understood this?
  • Too little what did I know before I understood this? avoid acronyms label axes
  • Too confusing secondary threads should support the main thread
  • Too confusing secondary threads should support the main thread find the connections between your facts
  • solution: rehearse the entire talk out loud
  • what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
  • what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
  • distance
  • tailor your talk to this guy distance
  • let yourself be seen distance
  • let yourself be seen bit.ly/show_up brené brown distance
  • boredom
  • Kill the robot boredom
  • speak like you care boredom
  • • Distance   • Tailor  your  talk  for  the  people  si5ng  in  the  back  of  the  room.   • Don’t  stand  behind  the  podium  if  you  can  avoid  it.   • Boredom   • Don’t  be  afraid  to  show  your  personality  when  you  present.   • If  you  care  about  what  you’re  talking  about,  show  it.   • The  way  you  tell  the  story  is  what  makes  it  interesAng  (slides  help  a  bit). Your voice outperforms bullet points every time
  • lack of interest
  • look at people in the eye lack of interest
  • encourage questions lack of interest
  • answering questions
  • answering questions questions have priority over slides
  • answering questions questions have priority over slides rephrase until you and everyone else understands the question
  • answering questions questions have priority over slides rephrase until you and everyone else understands the question nod until you hear silence. then, answer
  • what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
  • what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
  • fear
  • that I will forget what I wanted to say fear
  • that I will forget what I wanted to say that I won’t know the answer to a question fear
  • that I will forget what I wanted to say that I will get lost and start rambling that I won’t know the answer to a question fear
  • that I will forget what I wanted to say that I will get lost and start rambling that SOMEONE WILL POINT OUT A MISTAKE that I won’t know the answer to a question fear
  • that I will forget what I wanted to say that I will get lost and start rambling that SOMEONE WILL POINT OUT A MISTAKE that I won’t know the answer to a question fear (THESE ARE NOT YOUR REAL FEARS)
  • that people will judge me fear that I will forget what I wanted to say that I will get lost and start rambling that SOMEONE WILL POINT OUT A MISTAKE that I won’t know the answer to a question
  • how to defuse fear
  • 1. give it a name how to defuse fear
  • 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway
  • 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway 3. repeat
  • 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway 3. repeat fear
  • 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway 3. repeat fear resistence
  • 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway 3. repeat fear hesitation resistence
  • 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway 3. repeat fear annoyance hesitation resistence
  • 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway 3. repeat expert advanced intermediate newbie
  • you
  • OTHER PEOPLE you
  • OTHER PEOPLE you amount of control over thoughts and actions
  • OTHER PEOPLE you amount of control over thoughts and actions 0
  • OTHER PEOPLE you 100 amount of control over thoughts and actions 0
  • what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
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