TEDx – Simon Sinek

Porque é sempre bom lembrar:  “People don’t buy WHAT you do, they buy WHY you do it.”


Every Presentation Ever: Communication FAIL

Death by Power Point

Tom Fishburne – Bem legal.

Really Bad Powerpoint

The typical person speaks 10 or 12 sentences a minute.

The atomic method requires you to create a slide for each sentence. For a five minute talk, that’s 50 slides.

Each slide must have either a single word, a single image or a single idea.

Make all 50 slides. Force yourself to break each concept into the smallest possible atom. If it’s not worthy of a slide, don’t say it.

Once you have 50 slides, do the talk in practice. Remove slides and sentences that add no value or don’t move you forward.

Now (and only now), start consolidating slides. If two or three or four slides work together as one, then go ahead and make them one. You’ve got molecules now, not atoms.

At this point, you can either get rid of slides altogether, keep them as is or lump them one more time into bigger ideas. But no (!) bullets please. What a waste those are.

Seth Godin (mais dele sobre apresentações ruins aqui –  Really Bad Powerpoint).

Elizabeth Gilbert – Processo Criativo

Criatividade e sofrimento parecem estar diretamentes ligados. É sobre isso essa palestra de Elizabeth Gilbert, a autora do livro Comer, Rezar, Amar.


Bem legal a ideia do “having a genius” versus “being one”. Serve tanto para o sofrimento como também para o ego do criativo.

Paul Isakson – Things Left Unshared

Slide que faz parte de uma apresentação que o Paul Isakson acabou de jogar no slideshare.

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Most of our stories right now are crap.

Apresentação nova do @paulisakson.

Looking At Life As A Story:

“Everyone has a plan ’till they get punched in the mouth.” -Mike Tyson

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