Ron Finley conveyed his message inA very powerful way. He did so asNancy Duarte tips, to tell it throughA story.
Ron didn’t depend solely on statisticsAnd dry facts, he let the audienceInto his world with his story of beingFather and active member of theSouth Central community. Doing so,He was able to really make the factsStick out, because he made his storySo RELATIBLE.
From watching Ron Finley’s speech,I have learned the importance ofBeing confortable with myself. RonSeemed to have mastered the art ofConveying his message with few to noStuttering, “ums”, or “uhs”. I haveThis is one of the keys to presentingSomething and not letting thoseThings subtract from the actualInformation.
The very first apparent difference I notice between Sir Ken Robinson and Ron Finley wasThe difference between the cadence of the two speakers.Sir Ken had a fast pace banter styleOf speaking which worked well withHis accent. While Finley presentedA smoother slower pace speechThat added an interesting tone toHis story.
Something both gentlemen did very well equally is maintainThe interest of the audience by making jokes and telling funny stories to keep the crowd laughing. It Help me stay pinned to each talk as I craved for the info because the heaviest of topics were made more digestible.
Advice I have for my classmates, is not to lose sight of what you have to say worrying aboutIf people will like what you will say. If you don’t doubt yourself, few others with find reasonTo do so.