Sometimes satire better than reality. That has been proven during the hilarious TED talk by Stephen Will, online since July and has been watched 170,000 times. We can learn a lot from Stephen.
The speaker considers many proven techniques of presentation mercilessly ridiculed, and in the meantime applies them all . He uses humor and a props, he varies his intonations and speech rhythm, plays with the expectations of his audience. That same public stays involved because he is a classic tension and appoints what he is doing (in the theater they call it deconstruction). Read More
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