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Ted Talks by Mind Map: Ted Talks

1. Ted´s secret to great public speaking

1.1. Transfer into our listeners mind an idea

1.1.1. 1. Focus on one major idea

1.1.2. 2. Give people a reason to care

1.1.3. 3. Build your idea with familiar concepts for the audience

1.1.4. 4. Make your idea worth sharing

2. How to speek so that people want to listen

2.1. Human voice: most powerful sound on the world

2.2. Deadly sins of speaking

2.2.1. Gossip

2.2.2. Judging

2.2.3. Negativity

2.2.4. Complaining

2.2.5. Excuses

2.2.6. Lying

2.2.7. Dogmatism

2.3. Poweful cornerstones, foundations to make our speech powerful

2.3.1. Hail: to greet or acclaim enthusiastically Honesty Authenticity Integrity Love

2.3.2. Toolbox Timbre: The way our voice feels Rich, smooth and warm Volume No sodcasting Pitch Pace Slow right down to emphasize Silence Prosody: Meta-language we use to impart meaning Repetitive Monotone Register: Locate your voice Nose Throat Chest: weight

3. Your body language may shape who you are

3.1. Power posing

3.1.1. Powerfull: Pride, expanding, opening up - Presence Confident, entusiastic, authentic, captivating, comfortable; asertive, optimistic, not surprisingly, able to think more abstractely

3.1.2. Powerless: Close up, wrap ourselves

3.2. Our bodies change our minds - our minds change our behavior - our behavior can change our outcomes

3.2.1. Our nonverbals govern how other people think and feel about us, but also how we think and feel about ourselves

3.2.2. Our minds change our bodies but also our bodies can change our minds

3.3. Tiny tweaks can lead you to big changes

3.4. Fake it till you become it

4. How I beat stage fright

4.1. Think about your audience

4.2. Embrace and explote your problem

4.3. Thake what blocks your progress and turn it into something essential for your sucess

5. Talk nerdy to me

5.1. Great comunication

5.1.1. Understanding = ((science - (jargon + bullets)) / relevance) x passion Beware of jargon: barrier to our understanding of your ideas Make your ideas accessible Make everything as simple as possible but no simpler Use examples, stories and analogies

6. How great leaders inspire action

6.1. Golden circle (brain)

6.1.1. 3. What (neocortex: language)

6.1.2. 2. How (limbic: decision-making)

6.1.3. 1. Why: purpose, cause, belief (limbic: decision-making)

6.2. Do business with peope who believe what you believe

6.3. Law of diffusión of innovation

6.3.1. If you want mass- market success or acceptance of an idea, need to have 15-18 market penetration

6.3.2. The early majority won´t try something until someone else has tried it first

7. Lies, damned lies and statistics


7.1.1. Topic Connect with audience easily and deeply

7.1.2. Delivery Talk as long as they will let you Use favorite words or phrases

7.1.3. Visuals Colors, your aspect Mood onstage

8. Why I leave in mortal dread of public speaking

8.1. Substitute words

8.2. Loophole method of using speech

8.2.1. Right at the last minute, change the thing and trick your brain

8.3. Smooth speech

8.3.1. Almost sing everything you say

9. The danger of silence

9.1. Consecuences of silence manifest themselves in the form of discrimination, violence, genocide and war

9.2. Silence is the residue of fear

9.3. Core principles

9.3.1. Write consciously

9.3.2. Read critically

9.3.3. Speak clearly

9.3.4. Tell your truth