SpeakGood_Workshop-Session_2.pdf

008c45c68ff49184796deda5faca4126?s=47 Craig Berntson
July 26, 2018
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 SpeakGood_Workshop-Session_2.pdf

Part 2 of my How to Speak Good Workshop. In this part, I discuss preparing your presentation in analog.

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Craig Berntson

July 26, 2018
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  1. HOW TO SPEAK GOOD Craig Berntson Public Speaking for Everyone

    Workshop Session 2 Slides are at www.speakerdeck.com/craigber
  2. 1 Anxiety 2 Preparing in Analog 3 PowerPoint 4 Showtime

    5 Presentations 6 Presentations & Wrap-up
  3. Session 2 ▪ Preparation ▪ Analog ▪ Workshop

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  10. THE ANTANGONIST

  11. THE PROTAGONIST

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  13. Entertain Inform Persuade

  14. Keynote Lecture Workshop Demonstration Conversation Monologue Humorous Serious Teaching Introduction

    Tribute Time
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  17. Blah, blah, blah. Yakety Schmakety. Boogety Boogety. Yabba Dabba Doo.

    Sprockety Thing-a-Majiggers. Horsefeathers.
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  19. Blah, blah, blah. Yakety Schmakety. • Humpty Dumpty fell off

    the wall • Little Red Riding Hood wore a red riding hood that was too small for her • The three bears were actually bare • The Pied Piper sold pies when he wasn’t piping
  20. Draw a Roadmap • List key points you want your

    audience to know • Categorize your list until you are left with three to five points • Under each point, add rhetorical questions to enhance narrative
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  22. Why

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  25. Eliminate buzz words and jargon Use amazingly zippy words Simplify

    Have fun with words
  26. 2007 CES Steve Jobs Bill Gates Avg. words/sentence 10.5 21.6

    Lexical density 16.5% 21% Hard words 2.9% 5.11% Fog index 5.5 10.7 2008 CES Steve Jobs Bill Gates Avg. words/sentence 13.79 18.23 Lexical density 15.76% 24.52% Hard words 3.18% 5.2% Fog index 6.79 9.73
  27. Word choice Storyboarding Adding details Bullet pointing Story & Emotion

  28. Workshop Using the topic from yesterday: 1. Bullet point topics

    & sub-topics 2. Expand those bullet points into sub-topics and paragraphs on 3x5 cards 3. Why, What, How, and One Most Important Point 4. What emotions do you want to touch 5. Think about your words 6. Order the cards
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