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The Naked Presenter

Pts This succinct and enlightening overview is a reuired reading for all those interested in the subject We hope you find this book useful in shaping your future career Business. I didn t appreciate some self help like parts but it is totally personal Besides that there are some tips that are very well known by anyone that have already searched for uick tips on the internet However I liked the most part of this book It has a lot of good advice about public speaking that is not easily found or at least well explained in other resources

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T's core elements A flowing writing style combines with the use of illustrations and diagrams throughout the text to ensure the reader understands even the most complex of conce. Must read for any Organization relies on presentation to make decisionsand of course don t forget to have conversations dialogs and debatesLiked the metaphors in the book that links Japanese culture to thee ways of doing things Eg hadaka no tsukiai janapnese likes to go to hot spring bath after work There is no cloth no hierarchy no barriers no formalityjust naked truthconversation in the pool I know what to do in next team building

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This updated and expanded second edition of Book provides a user friendly introduction to the subject Taking a clear structural framework it guides the reader through the subjec. Not good at all Reynolds strength lies in design and he should stick to the knitting He is not a speechwriter and not a presentation coach so his advice while fundamentally sound rings hollow to me throughout this book There are no new ideas here and the ideas he does propound are not particularly well written Also the book lacks examples say of of a presentation evolving from it an early draft to a strong final version with the reasons for the changes clearly highlightedThere is another problem with this book Reynolds is deeply fascinated by Japanese civilisation and clearly believes it has many lessons to teach us and his minimalist Zen aesthetic on the design side is what has rightly made him famous in the presentation world But in this book he reminded me of Alison Hannigan s character in the American Pie films who begins every other sentence with the phrase This one time at band camp Garr spends a LOT of time using at best tenuous analogies from Japanese culture to make his points about presentations so apparently a presentation is like taking a Japanese bath should be like a bamboo must overcome the 10 evils of Budo could be like Aikido and Judo and should have PUNCH yet another lousy acronym tooGarr s fascination with all things Japanese is even starting to pollute his slides I have noticed now that he regularly has his usual beautiful image along with the pull uote or tightly phrased idea on his slides PLUS Japanese subtitles for the verbiage What That s called clutter If you re presenting to a Japanese audience you use the yokogaki for everyone else that is just indecipherable clutter taking up room on your slideIf you re looking for a good text on crafting the narrative of your presentation try Nancy Duarte s Resonate Nancy works with presenters every day and it shows on every page and if you want to get into the meat and potatoes of oratory and rhetoric for your delivery go to the Master Max Atkinson No cutesie ideas no silly acronyms or self indulgent analogies just solid example driven advice from the trenchesThis book Not worth your time


10 thoughts on “The Naked Presenter

  1. says:

    cross posted from my blog at wwwkimpallistercomRecently I was exchanging email with a colleague on the subject of presentations when he brought up Nancy Duarte's books which I'd read some time ago and given a positive review to at least one of them One of the books that came up was Garr Reynolds Presentation Zen which I'd also liked It turned out he had a recent book out The Naked Presenter and so I decided to give it a readIt's okay but I

  2. says:

    This book is fabulous for those who want to become better speakers You can’t help but feel the book has powerful messages just by flipping through its pages Reynolds as you would expect practices his own Zen presentation skills keeping the content simple and straightforward without the fussy marginalia and cartoonish icons for

  3. says:

    Not good at all Reynolds' strength lies in design and he should stick to the knitting He is not a speechwriter and

  4. says:

    I'm a big fan of Garr Reynolds but if you've read his other two books about delivering presentations this one doesn't add much to the conversation He re uotes his favorite authors Dan Pink and the Heath Brothers and speakers

  5. says:

    If you teach public speaking or simply find yourself being asked to present your ideas this book has some brilliant insight It's one to read

  6. says:

    Must read for any Organization relies on presentation to make decisionsand of course don't forget to have conversations dialogs and debatesLiked the metaphors in the book that links Japanese culture to thee ways of doing things Eg hadaka no tsukiai janapnese likes to go to hot spring bath after work There is no cloth no hierarchy no barriers no formalityjust naked truthconversation in the pool I know what to do in next team building

  7. says:

    The content is 4 star but I take 1 star out for the presentation of the book so ordinary boring and lack of creativity After reading Resonate by Nancy Duarte a book teaches you similar techniues but with much better design

  8. says:

    An inspiring read which I recommend for presenterspublic speakers who exercise meditation Yoga or martial arts enjoy the serenity they experience leading this type of lifestyle and would like to make it part of th

  9. says:

    I didn’t appreciate some self help like parts but it is totally personal Besides that there are some “tips” that are very well known by anyone that have already searched for uick tips on the internet However I liked

  10. says:

    This book is very insightful for those that struggle with the skill of presenting in front of audiences However this book

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