Public Speaking 2.0
Chip and Dan Health
A little more on Archetypes:
How to analyze a story:
Behavioral finance/economics and heuristics:
Ideas for further research:
Not sure how good these videos are:
Ok resource–although learning specific
ARCS theory of motivational design
Business balls also has some resources in the way of motivation.
Cognitive dissonance & identity & commitment.
Belief & behavior consistency.
Change behavior. I need to change what I do.
Thought about this option for visual persuasion training–but probably won’t:
Negotiation Prep Book:
Negotiation Prep Questions:
See also the list of other questions from the prep book…
Options method ???????
Thinking about this–interesting model:
The change curve–this might belong more under coaching–but it fits here too:
You can think about it in terms of:
• personal change
• organizational change
A similar idea is talked about by Seth G. in terms getting past the hump of new ideas & new products–which presumably is borrowed from the change curve concept.
Using enablers vs. barriers–to get over the curve is pretty interesting. (this reminds me of the idea of triggers)
I assume its pretty related to adoption curve or the bell curve as well.
Nice use of Sliderocket webinar–using background music with 3 to 12 second per frame. 15 frames total & call to action at the end. Nice use of dual color on text.
Various MP3s & e-books
Not sure how good this is…
File under negotiation & communication:
Monroes motivated sequence:
1. Minimalism (1 slide does 1 thing)
2. Script + San Sarif Combo = Sweet
3. Know Your Colors (they use great combos in their presentation design. also borro from other firms as well as photos & from online tools that help with color choice…..or your actual stockphotos…..or the mood you want to create)
Classifying compliance gaining messages: Taxonomic disorder and strategic confusion.
Golden Mean/Balance/Beauty & Reason–Positioning
Make other uses of the word “AUDIENCE”
Understand (Audience Analysis)–or you can fit in anything they need to understand
Dreams, Desires, Doubts
Needs (blah). Maybe its a long-term versus short term distinction
C (creativity, creatively)
Biz Dev E-mail Stuff:
1) Data or Emotion or Question (who are you? what is possible?)
2) Trust & Credibility
3) Common Ground (specifics–dovetails–interest, values, etc..)
5) Passion/Mission (standard, etc..)
Problem, problem, problem.
Interview to feel out.
Also what is the proper order?
I wonder if I just did 3 with a decent hook if it would work. Emotion, story, mission, purpose is the core.
Rhetoric of Socio-Biology (metaphorically important)
On the purpose of rhetorical criticism:
3 Ways to Improve Your Persuasion with Greek:
7 to 8 recommendations:
Want to check this out soon–very interesting:
16 Rhetorical Devices by Steve Jobs:
Some engishman I found through wikipedia rhetoric…..poet:
I wonder what are considered Spurgeon’s most useful or best sermons:
Rhetoric at Wisconsin (lecture notes):
Idioms in the Bible:
Figures of speech:
Lackoff on Conceptual Metaphors:
Some interesting suggestions:
Alexander Campbell Fraser(the philosopher)
Might be worth looking over.
Interesting & interesting references:
They have an interesting chart on Classic rhetoric too.
Pretty extensive analysis of MLK “I have a dream” here:
Word by Word rhetorical analysis:
Oxford has a short rhetorical analysis.
Focus on 15 most popular.
Speeches & manifestos:
Transition words list:
Rhetoric of JFK:
Interesting resource possibility in self-publishing:
Thomas Nelson’s arm–Westbow Press:
History of Rhetoric:
Not sure this is helpful–but rhetoric related blogs:
simple speech critique/ evaluation tool:
Public speaking Resources:
Public Speaking Column:
Her $250 public speaking course:
-Skitch- Working along side of Evernote, you can doodle, highlight and type over all of those notes you collected. You also can add arrows to things you want to point out in visuals for your content.
-Resize.it- A site to easily resize all of your images quickly.
-Visual.ly- Beautiful infographics. They even have a corgi one!
-Piktochart- A way for you to create your own infographics. Time to put down that stock photo.
-Easel.ly- Not just a way for you to create infographics, but a way to share too. Sharing is caring, right?
-Tableau- Numbers look at tad boring all alone, time to visualize some of that data.
-Wordle- Tool to generate sweet word clouds.
-Issuu- Create online magazines.
-FotoFlexer- In a bind and can’t use photoshop? FotoFlexer has some basic and advanced editing features that can be matched up to Photoshop.
Random NLP thoughts:
Lifehacker post about writing–unfortunately you have to read a bunch of comments to get the content:
File under Startups, Creativity, Inspiration, etc..:
Also hiring designers.
I don’t quite get 3 and 4.
3 seems vague
In terms of 4: Why do you assert your authority? Is that assert your credibility?
Summary of Aristotle’s Rhetoric:
19 to 26 seem to be the most useful (23 and 24 are topoi):
Other rankings might be interesting:
This probably should be filed under education, but:
Also the harvard program
Richard McKeon & Rhetoric
A couple mentions of rhetorical scholars:
Might check this out later:
Communication & music:
* The various boxes in the article are the most helpful.
Specific to preaching, but overlap none-the-less (aka rhetoric):
Berlo model of communication:
Top three steve jobs speeches (video)
(also there are a number of “every apple video ever” on YouTube
TV Tropes is pretty good too.
Speeches at Trendhunter:
Start with Why:
Public speaking like Steve Jobs:
Still more rhetoric:
Conversion optimization tips based on science
Invention & Topoi
Need to find more like this–because I don’t feel like I have a good list:
Classic Rhetorical texts
This has a lot of interesting stuff:
Interesting folks in classics:
Also through here, but harder to find the content:
Terms/concepts…..aka inspiration for Topoi or frameworks:
This is pretty cool:
As Edward P.J. Corbett points out in his Classical Rhetoric
for the Modern Student, “The topics represented the system the classical rhetoricians
built upon this tendency of the human mind
and to synthesize].”
Aristotle Goes to Hollywood
Interesting stuff about 5 to 7 minutes in (its a bibliography).
He includes some David Mammut (spelling)
Adler, Art and Prudence
Classic texts before 400 BC
story elements graphic organizer
story elements worksheet
See also others.
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