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  1. 1. Elizabeth Gilbert Author ofEat, Pray, Love By: Jessah Diaz
  2. 2. Thesis:Why not use ancient Roman philosophy of “genius” tocreate healthy distance in the creative process?
  3. 3. Catching The Audience’s Attention Elizabeth caught audience’sattention by telling a personal story of people worrying that she wascreatively doomed after her success of Eat, Pray, Love
  4. 4. Keeping Audience Attention Elizabeth kept the audience’s attentionthroughout the speech withhumor, personal anecdotes, and examples to drive her point home.
  5. 5. TED Commandments Elizabeth uses the 8thTED Commandment of humor, successfully, throughout her speech
  6. 6. TED Commandments Elizabeth uses the 8thTED Commandment of humor, successfully, throughout her speech
  7. 7. Dynamism Rating (4) Elizabeth could haveimproved on her delivery by making the segment, about how writers are often killed by creativity, slower paced and impactful.
  8. 8. Tips utilized from Nancy Duarte “Spread Ideas & Move People”
  9. 9. “Spread Ideas &Move People” Elizabeth achieved this by conveyingdeep personalmeaning to her theory
  10. 10. Tips utilized from Garr Reynolds “Naturalness”
  11. 11. “Naturalness” Elizabeth achieved thistip by speaking in aconversational manner
  12. 12. What I Learned? Delivery can be very natural, even when planned. The most striking aspect of Elizabeth’s speech was the lack of filler speech, such as “um” and “uh”
  13. 13. Comparing & ContrastingElizabeth spoke quickly,without long pauses, and she utilized the entire stage while speaking.
  14. 14. Comparing & Contrasting Sir Ken Robinson used a slower speed when delivering the speech, took long pauses, andstood in one position on stage
  15. 15. Comparing & Contrasting Both speakers usedhumor and personalanecdotes to connect with their audience and keep them engaged.
  16. 16. Tips I le ar ned fro& Recom m Elizab mend to eth the Class
  17. 17. Find thehumor in thelevity of your speech!
  18. 18. Use yourstrengths to your advantage; youmay work better moving around the stage, like Elizabeth.
  19. 19. Post thought-provokingquestions to your audience to involve them emotionally
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