Robert Gupta Between music and medicine from Jonathan Hammock
Robert Gupta Between music and medicine Jonathan Hammock_Public Speaking 1211
THESIS:The thesis of Roberts presentation washow the beauty of music has the ability toheal and to speak where words fail.
To capture the audienceattention, Robert started off thepresentation by playing his violin
• Robert kept the audience focus by telling some of his personal stories. He used his humor to keep the attention of the audience’s. He also emphasized on the healing power of music, and totally surprising the audience by playing his violin for the second time.
• Robert used the fourth TED commandment, his speech was mostly on his life stories that helped him chose his path as a musician and a doctor.
FOR DYNAMISM, I WOULD HAVE TO GIVEBETWEEN MUSIC AND MEDICINE A FIVE!!
Robert Gupta was very well spoken and showed his passions to theaudience with his humor and story telling. Also showing off his violinskills made the presentation feel much realer and what made itinteresting.
Tips by Nancy Duarte, Robert was able to keep the first and secondrule in mind. He was able to treat the audience as king and spread isideas to move people. He showed his passion for music by playingthe violin for the audience.
I learned from this presentationthat well spoken life stories thatother people can relate to canhelp bring you presentationtogether.
Also having a personal story can helpyou ground the speech. Robert talkedabout the hard chose he had to make,ether to become a doctor or a musician.Every one has to make rough chocesso a topic like that would be easier forthe audience to relate.
Similarities:The similarites of Sir ken Robinson andRobert Gupta are the way they bothgive personal and life lessons forexamples to catch the attention of theaudience.
The Differences:Robert Gupta spoke on a more emotionallevel talking about his personal experience asa musician and the hard choses he had tomake along the way. Sir Ken Robinson spokemore from a objective view with cold hardfacts.