Eilinį kartą prisimenam (šįkart via Tadas Žukas) šią kalbą ir šią tyrinėtoją, kurios kiekvienas žodis tampte sutampa su mano mintimis ir jausenomis. Su paantrašte, ““Just because you’re the best speaker doesn’t mean you have the best ideas.” , kurią galbūt perfrazuočiau “pozityvesne” linkme: Just because you’re the worse speaker doesn’t mean you don’t have better ideas (than good speakers).
By far the most viewed talk from TED2012 was given by an introvert who doesn’t like talking. Susan Cain, author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, quietly and powerfully delivered a call to action: take introverts seriously and understand what they can do in the right environment.
There is, of course, much more to say, and maybe an introvert should also talk in a one-on-one setting. So TED’s Ben Lillie called her up for an extended conversation about the terrors of public speaking, how her issue is one of civil rights, and the neuroscience behind personalities.
What was it like giving a TEDTalk, as opposed to some of the other talks you’ve given?
It was a lot scarier, for one thing.
So how did you get through that?
Well, there was “How did I prepare for it?” and then “How did I…
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