There are people don’t need to practice. People who practice a little and people who practice exhaustively.
The book TED TALKS by Chris Anderson, Teds President, is very useful.
It teaches you how:
- choice of the theme presentation
- start the presentation
- prepare the thread of your main idea
- don’t leave people to fall asleep
- keep the ego in its own zone
In Porto Design Factory I learned about Design Thinking:
- study and plan
- test it
- monitor it
- evaluate it
- start again
With this two kinds of tips, is easier to do a public presentation. But for now, this seems like:
- practice, practice, practice
- practice again: what do you want to say and how do you want to say it?
- in the pre test you realise you presentation is not in the right screen resolution
- look to the public and forget what you want to say
- mix up different slides
- legs start shaking
- getting feedback
- try again!
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