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If you liked this, sign up for the Awesome Presentations Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/PPD4L 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. Image credit from the Noun Project Graph designed by Pham Thi Dieu Linh Graph designed by Mister Pixel Graph designed by Simple Icons Arrows by Juan Pablo Bravo Group designed by Parmelyn Envelope by Diego Naive Robot by Simon Child Speech by Juan Pablo Bravo Sitting by Melonnie Manohar

Transcript of Shatter the barriers between you and the audience

  • 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 bren 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. Dont stand behind the podium if you can avoid it. Boredom Dont be afraid to show your personality when you present. If you care about what youre 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
  • 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 until you hear silence. then, answer
  • 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 wont 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 wont 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 SOMEONE WILL POINT OUT A MISTAKE that I wont 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 SOMEONE WILL POINT OUT A MISTAKE that I wont know the answer to a question fear (THESE ARE NOT YOUR REAL FEARS)
  • 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 wont know the answer to a question
  • 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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