Jeremy Vialet
Matt Killingsworth
When Are Humans Most       Happy?
Trackyourhappiness.org
3 Questions
Matt Killingsworth captured the audience by relating to them.
Matt maintained the audience attention through the use of  pictures, and little humor.
Killingsworth followed the 3rd TEDCommandment, ‘Thou shalt reveal  thy curiosity, and thy passion.’
Matt voiced his curiosity, ‘when are    humans most happy,’ andformulated a strategy, coming to a           conclusion.
Dynamism: 4/5He was passionate, but not enough             humor.
Matt’s presentation focused on thepoint, and used clear images and  graphs to support his theory; following the tips, used...
In order to have a great delivery,one must be passionate about his               topic.
Comparing: Both Matt and Sir are both  passionate in their beliefs  and by far well intelligent.
The differences: While both were passionate,  Sir was by far more  humorous.
Tips    In order to convey a great presentation, I strongly believe  one must be passionate about their beliefs. Be confid...
Citations:   http://images.ted.com/images/ted/2ff7ff0cde75d2a906557697701d2cf714763984_389x292.jpg   http://documentarys...
Citations   http://s3.amazonaws.com/SweetSpeeches_production/photos/41868/small/0.jpg   http://upload.wikimedia.org/wiki...
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Ted evaluation

  1. 1. Jeremy Vialet
  2. 2. Matt Killingsworth
  3. 3. When Are Humans Most Happy?
  4. 4. Trackyourhappiness.org
  5. 5. 3 Questions
  6. 6. Matt Killingsworth captured the audience by relating to them.
  7. 7. Matt maintained the audience attention through the use of pictures, and little humor.
  8. 8. Killingsworth followed the 3rd TEDCommandment, ‘Thou shalt reveal thy curiosity, and thy passion.’
  9. 9. Matt voiced his curiosity, ‘when are humans most happy,’ andformulated a strategy, coming to a conclusion.
  10. 10. Dynamism: 4/5He was passionate, but not enough humor.
  11. 11. Matt’s presentation focused on thepoint, and used clear images and graphs to support his theory; following the tips, used by bothGarr Reynolds and Nancy Duarte.
  12. 12. In order to have a great delivery,one must be passionate about his topic.
  13. 13. Comparing: Both Matt and Sir are both passionate in their beliefs and by far well intelligent.
  14. 14. The differences: While both were passionate, Sir was by far more humorous.
  15. 15. Tips In order to convey a great presentation, I strongly believe one must be passionate about their beliefs. Be confident, and never afraid of mistakes. Havefun, and engage your audience.
  16. 16. Citations: http://images.ted.com/images/ted/2ff7ff0cde75d2a906557697701d2cf714763984_389x292.jpg http://documentarystorm.com/files/2012/11/happyball-2a7o5rt.jpg http://www.salesbenchmarkindex.com/Portals/23541/images/3-questionsOF.jpeg http://jaimehepp.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/happypeople.jpg http://www.hss.ucsf.edu/img/Scholars/killingsworth_matthew-2012.jpg http://i.ytimg.com/vi/LMxepH-MHG0/0.jpg
  17. 17. Citations http://s3.amazonaws.com/SweetSpeeches_production/photos/41868/small/0.jpg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c9/Sir_Ken_Robinson_at_The_Creative_Com pany_Conference.jpg http://images.ted.com/images/ted/172559_389x292.jpg

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