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SHATTER THE BARRIERS
BETWEEN
YOU
AND
!
AUDIENCE
NACHOCABALLERO
THE
what makes up a
presentation?
presenter audiencestory
what makes up a
presentation?
presenter audiencestory understanding
what makes up a
presentation?
what you
want to
convey
what you
want to
convey
what you
actually
convey
what you
want to
convey
what you
actually
convey
what the
audience
perceives
what you
want to
convey
what you
actually
convey
what the
audience
perceives
what the
audience
understands
what you
want to
convey
what you
actually
convey
what the
audience
perceives
what the
audience
understands
Too much
Articles and
presentations have
different speeds
Too much
Articles and
presentations have
different speeds
one graph per slide.
otherwise, delete it
Too little
what did I
know before I
understood this?
Too little
what did I
know before I
understood this?
avoid acronyms
label axes
Too confusing
secondary threads
should support the
main thread
Too confusing
secondary threads
should support the
main thread
find the connections
between your facts
solution: rehearse
the entire talk
out loud
what you
want to
convey
what you
actually
convey
what the
audience
perceives
what the
audience
understands
what you
want to
convey
what you
actually
convey
what the
audience
perceives
what the
audience
understands
distance
tailor your
talk to this guy
distance
let yourself
be seen
distance
let yourself
be seen bit.ly/show_up
brené brown
distance
boredom
Kill the
robot
boredom
speak
like you care
boredom
• Distance	
  
• Tailor	
  your	
  talk	
  for	
  the	
  people	
  si5ng	
  in	
  the	
  back	
  of	
  the	
  room.	
  
• ...
lack of interest
look at people
in the eye
lack of interest
encourage
questions
lack of interest
answering questions
answering questions
questions have priority over slides
answering questions
questions have priority over slides
rephrase until you and everyone
else understands the question
answering questions
questions have priority over slides
rephrase until you and everyone
else understands the question
nod ...
what you
want to
convey
what you
actually
convey
what the
audience
perceives
what the
audience
understands
what you
want to
convey
what you
actually
convey
what the
audience
perceives
what the
audience
understands
fear
that I will
forget what I
wanted to say
fear
that I will
forget what I
wanted to say
that I won’t
know the answer
to a question
fear
that I will
forget what I
wanted to say
that I will get
lost and start
rambling
that I won’t
know the answer
to a question...
that I will
forget what I
wanted to say
that I will get
lost and start
rambling
that SOMEONE
WILL POINT OUT
A MISTAKE
that...
that I will
forget what I
wanted to say
that I will get
lost and start
rambling
that SOMEONE
WILL POINT OUT
A MISTAKE
that...
that people
will judge me
fear
that I will
forget what I
wanted to say
that I will get
lost and start
rambling
that SOMEON...
how to defuse fear
1. give it a name
how to defuse fear
1. give it a name
how to defuse fear
2. feel the fear and
do it anyway
1. give it a name
how to defuse fear
2. feel the fear and
do it anyway
3. repeat
1. give it a name
how to defuse fear
2. feel the fear and
do it anyway
3. repeat
fear
1. give it a name
how to defuse fear
2. feel the fear and
do it anyway
3. repeat
fear
resistence
1. give it a name
how to defuse fear
2. feel the fear and
do it anyway
3. repeat
fear
hesitation
resistence
1. give it a name
how to defuse fear
2. feel the fear and
do it anyway
3. repeat
fear
annoyance
hesitation
resistence
1. give it a name
how to defuse fear
2. feel the fear and
do it anyway
3. repeat
expert
advanced
intermediate
newbie
you
OTHER
PEOPLE you
OTHER
PEOPLE you
amount of control over
thoughts and actions
OTHER
PEOPLE you
amount of control over
thoughts and actions
0
OTHER
PEOPLE you
100
amount of control over
thoughts and actions
0
what you
want to
convey
what you
actually
convey
what the
audience
perceives
what the
audience
understands
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Sharing our thoughts with our audience should be easy, but it turns out it's an obstacle race. What the audience understands is only a subset of what they perceive, which is only a subset of what we manage to say, which is only a subset of what we actually wanted to say. These are some tips to overcome the barriers at each stage.
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Shatter the barriers between you and the audience

  1. 1. SHATTER THE BARRIERS BETWEEN YOU AND ! AUDIENCE NACHOCABALLERO THE
  2. 2. what makes up a presentation?
  3. 3. presenter audiencestory what makes up a presentation?
  4. 4. presenter audiencestory understanding what makes up a presentation?
  5. 5. what you want to convey
  6. 6. what you want to convey what you actually convey
  7. 7. what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives
  8. 8. what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
  9. 9. what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
  10. 10. Too much Articles and presentations have different speeds
  11. 11. Too much Articles and presentations have different speeds one graph per slide. otherwise, delete it
  12. 12. Too little what did I know before I understood this?
  13. 13. Too little what did I know before I understood this? avoid acronyms label axes
  14. 14. Too confusing secondary threads should support the main thread
  15. 15. Too confusing secondary threads should support the main thread find the connections between your facts
  16. 16. solution: rehearse the entire talk out loud
  17. 17. what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
  18. 18. what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
  19. 19. distance
  20. 20. tailor your talk to this guy distance
  21. 21. let yourself be seen distance
  22. 22. let yourself be seen bit.ly/show_up brené brown distance
  23. 23. boredom
  24. 24. Kill the robot boredom
  25. 25. speak like you care boredom
  26. 26. • Distance   • Tailor  your  talk  for  the  people  si5ng  in  the  back  of  the  room.   • Don’t  stand  behind  the  podium  if  you  can  avoid  it.   • Boredom   • Don’t  be  afraid  to  show  your  personality  when  you  present.   • If  you  care  about  what  you’re  talking  about,  show  it.   • The  way  you  tell  the  story  is  what  makes  it  interesAng  (slides  help  a  bit). Your voice outperforms bullet points every time
  27. 27. lack of interest
  28. 28. look at people in the eye lack of interest
  29. 29. encourage questions lack of interest
  30. 30. answering questions
  31. 31. answering questions questions have priority over slides
  32. 32. answering questions questions have priority over slides rephrase until you and everyone else understands the question
  33. 33. answering questions questions have priority over slides rephrase until you and everyone else understands the question nod until you hear silence. then, answer
  34. 34. what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
  35. 35. what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
  36. 36. fear
  37. 37. that I will forget what I wanted to say fear
  38. 38. that I will forget what I wanted to say that I won’t know the answer to a question fear
  39. 39. that I will forget what I wanted to say that I will get lost and start rambling that I won’t know the answer to a question fear
  40. 40. that I will forget what I wanted to say that I will get lost and start rambling that SOMEONE WILL POINT OUT A MISTAKE that I won’t know the answer to a question fear
  41. 41. that I will forget what I wanted to say that I will get lost and start rambling that SOMEONE WILL POINT OUT A MISTAKE that I won’t know the answer to a question fear (THESE ARE NOT YOUR REAL FEARS)
  42. 42. that people will judge me fear that I will forget what I wanted to say that I will get lost and start rambling that SOMEONE WILL POINT OUT A MISTAKE that I won’t know the answer to a question
  43. 43. how to defuse fear
  44. 44. 1. give it a name how to defuse fear
  45. 45. 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway
  46. 46. 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway 3. repeat
  47. 47. 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway 3. repeat fear
  48. 48. 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway 3. repeat fear resistence
  49. 49. 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway 3. repeat fear hesitation resistence
  50. 50. 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway 3. repeat fear annoyance hesitation resistence
  51. 51. 1. give it a name how to defuse fear 2. feel the fear and do it anyway 3. repeat expert advanced intermediate newbie
  52. 52. you
  53. 53. OTHER PEOPLE you
  54. 54. OTHER PEOPLE you amount of control over thoughts and actions
  55. 55. OTHER PEOPLE you amount of control over thoughts and actions 0
  56. 56. OTHER PEOPLE you 100 amount of control over thoughts and actions 0
  57. 57. what you want to convey what you actually convey what the audience perceives what the audience understands
  58. 58. (Usually on sundays) Click on the envelope to get an email with more presentations tips every week

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