Ted talk - Brene Brown

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Ted talk - Brene Brown

  1. 1. BrenéBrown
  2. 2. Thesis:“Vulnerability isthe birthplaceof joy,belonging,creativity,authenticity,and love.”
  3. 3. EngagingBrene engaged heraudience by startingout with a light storyabout a conversationbetween a friend andher. This storyultimately introducesto the audiencewhat she doesfor a living.
  4. 4. Brene primarily keepsher audienceengaged by her storytelling abilities. Shetells stories bases onher experiences andresearch. She keepsher speeches verypersonal and isable to connectwith her audiencesdeeper becauseof that.
  5. 5. 4 out of 5 dynamism Because Brene dealt withsome topics in her speech that were more intense or sad in nature, her dynamism or energy wasn’t always super high. What Brene did well though was match her tone and inflection very well to thetopic at hand. She was able tokeep it lively but still had times where she was able to getdown to business and serious about the topic at hand.
  6. 6. Tips Utilized I think the two main things that Brene use from GarrReynolds was that she filled her slides with humor and was ableto make the audience more aware and smarter on the topic at hand.
  7. 7. Important thinglearnedThe most important thingI learned from Brenewas that she was able toconnect and engage heraudience through storytelling very well. Usingstory to convey an ideaor thought is one of thebest ways to do so.
  8. 8. Robinson vs.BrownRobinson and What Brown both do very well is incorporate story to there speeches to bring ideas across to the audiences
  9. 9. Robinson vs.Brown would be theirThe differences target audience. Robinson istalking more so to the creative kids that don’t fit in normal schooling where as Brown encompasses everyone andthis is more so to do with topic then how they presented it.
  10. 10. or Classmates:se story in your speeches as much as possible toring your points across. Also, be personal and real.he more you connect with your audience the betterour presentation and speech will be.

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