Everyone's got a different background, everyone's got a different set of knowledge, and it's our job to explain the information in terms that they already understand.
As you start to explain, ask questions like "Is this making any sense?" And don't worry too much about whether you're telling the audience something they've already heard before.
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The 4 principles to effectively communicate complex concepts:
Focus on the bigger picture, instead of explaining in length every nitty-gritty detail, which people will find hard to absorb.
Too much information can dilute your message.
Being extremely accurate isn't that important as being clear, concise and simple.
A basic understanding of a concept, if done right, can later be built upon for a more comprehensive picture.
Personalize your subject by letting the listener know why you think it is cool.
Show your enthusiasm, and your motivation. They are contagious.
There is a natural tendency in humans to avoid tough conversations, due to the fear of conflict.
But sometimes it is necessary to have these conversations, as postponing them can make the situation worse.
Contrary to popular belief, body language in the context of public speaking is more than hand and arm gesture.
It means adjusting the way we stand, move and smile to capture and hold the attention of an audience.
It's what occurs when we want to achieve something and we think about it constantly but we don't do it.
This happens because of a few mental blocks that are keeping us locked in this cycle.