TED and TEDX Talks
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Most of the speakers are not particularly experienced. More than 50% are occasional speakers or have almost no experience at all. This is a fantastic number – ignite might be effective at giving visibility to people who don’t often get it or aren’t usually attracted to the stage.
We use PPT like a magician uses a lovely assistant — to misdirect the attention of the audience.
No one likes meetings and for good reason. In most meetings, most of the time, most people think most of what goes on is a waste of time.
So what if you took out all of the stupid, wasteful stuff and left only the useful parts?
The Ignite talks mix humor with serious subjects stoked by the tension of wondering whether the speaker will stay on track with their slides or implode on stage. (Remember there is the time limit. And did I mention alcohol?)
The following guide explains how to prepare, deliver, and answer questions about a stellar presentation.
Who decided meetings should be 30 or 60 minutes? What data is this based on? None. 30 and 60 minute meetings leave no time to get between meetings, and assumes, on average, people need an hour to sort things out. Certainly not all meetings can be run in 22 minutes, but many can, so we’d all be better off if the default time were small, not large.
What is the one thing I want them to remember if they remember nothing else?
What do building a snow fort, surviving as a homeless person on the streets of Montreal, and learning about venture capital have in common? They’re all topics that will be presented at Ignite Montreal Tuesday…
Do you ever just take the time to learn about something that may have nothing to do with your immediate job or personal life?
The 2010 version of TED is the biggest yet and is on track to becoming the most successful. There are 1,400 people here in Long Beach, along with 500 at a satellite hookup in Palm Springs and thousands more participating in web streams in 75 countries.
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