Is an engineer atGoogle, where he fightslinkspam and helpswebmasters understandhow search works
Matt gives a light-hearted talk to“Try somethingnew for 30 days”
“The next 30 days aregoing to pass whetheryou like it or not, sowhy not think aboutsomething you havealways wanted to tryand give it a shot forthe next 30 days?” -Matt Cutts
“30 days is justthe right amountof time to ADDa new habit ORSUBTRACT a habit from your-Matt Cutts life”
Matt uses humor to capture the audiencesattention during his introduction
Matt effectivelyusesexcitement, humor and story-telling to engagethe audiencethroughout hisspeech
DYNAMISM RATING: 5/5I would rate Matt as a 5. He easilyengages the audience through hisenergetic personality and hishumor, as he challenges the audienceto try something new.
Matt, like Garr Reynolds, uses his slides as a humorouspunctuation. Yet his presentation follows closely withNancy Duarte in that he keeps the audiences’ attention bytraversing between “what is” and “what could be.”
Matt’s picturestell a story ofhow things areand how thingscould be if wewould just trysomething newand stick it outfor 30 days
MATT DELIVERS HIS MESSAGEeffortlessly through humor and excitement. HisThese are some of the qualities that effectivemessage is clearshould nurture and growpublic speakers and simple, yet filled withpassion.
TO COMPARE:Both Matt Cutts and Sir Ken Robinson are passionateabout their topics. Both use humor and story-telling toengage their audience.
WHERE THEY DIFFER:Sir Ken Robinson speaks clearly, yet with an urgency tochange the way we view education. He urges immediatechange, yet long term gain for the whole of society.
Matt’s topic includesshort term goals forindividuals that mayyield long term results
Both Matt Cutts and Sir Ken Robinsonhave a message to present. Althoughthe importance and urgency of theirmessages may differ, both men arepassionate about their topics.