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Quantum Locking Quantum Locking Presentation Transcript

  • THE PHENOMENA OFQUANTUM LOCKING by Boaz Almog
  • THE PHENOMENA OFQUANTUM LOCKING by Boaz Almog
  • THE PHENOMENA OFQUANTUM LOCKING by Boaz Almog
  • The Speaker- “Boaz Almog”PHD Student at Aviv UniversityStudied Physics & Astronomy
  • Capturing the AudienceReal Levitation - Not a trickLooks like a space ship
  • Capture with shockThe Jaw Dropping Factor.
  • Simplification of Vast informationMy Speaker was able to Simplify Something VeryComplex
  • The TED Commandments#6 No Ego#2 Big Dream
  • The TED Commandments#7 No Sales Pitch#8 Big Dream
  • The TED Commandments#1 Perfect Simplification#10 Time Thief
  • DynamismLack in postureStrong in Clarification
  • DynamismLaughterShock & Ahh!
  • Garr Reynolds Tips Executed!Simplification with Zen
  • What I learnedDelivery is everything!Eye Contact is Essential
  • More learning-Posture is keyEngagement of the audience is a major plus!
  • Compare & ContrastThe intro was lacking excitement - compared to thelaughter of Sir Ken RobinsonSir Ken Robinson had great posture my speaker was
  • Compare & ContrastSir Ken Robinson had great posture but my speakerwas a bit timid and shy and I could see it though theposture.
  • Compare & ContrastBoth had great content & excelled at theirexplanations.
  • Help TipsMemorize your material
  • Help TipsKeep the audience engagedYour posture is Key
  • Help TipsDress for the Occasion
  • Thank you for your timeSlide by Vee Washington