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PDCA日記 / Diary Vol. 1,578「初めからアイコンタクトをとる」/ "Make eye contact from the beginning"

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PDCA日記 Vol. 1,578「初めからアイコンタクトをとる」










今回紹介する資料「TED TALKSは、「スーパープレゼンを学ぶTED公式ガイド」をキャッチフレーズにしており、「はじめからアイコンタクトをとる」部分の以下フレーズが印象的でした。













P.S. 今回紹介した資料「TED TALKS」が述べている「舞台に上ったら、何人かを選んで、その目を見つめる」手法は、私自身もプレゼン時に実践しています。




プレゼンで緊張してしまう人や、発表の機会が多い人は、本書を手に取ってみるとよいですね :-)。


< Mr. PDCAのボンジュール英語「アイコンタクトをとる」 = 「make eye contact」


今回出てきた「アイコンタクトをとる」の英訳は、「make eye contact」になります。


「初めからアイコンタクトをとる」を英語で表現する場合、「Make eye contact from the beginning」とすればよいですね :-)。




PDCA (plan-do-check-action) Diary Vol. 1,578 "Make eye contact from the beginning"

As mentioned in the past PDCA diary, no one is good at presentation from the scratch.


People who speak well are "Just doing a lot of speeches" and have improved their skills by stepping on the number of places.


This also applies to foreign languages, and if you do not use English because you are not good at it, you will not be able to speak English forever.


People who are good at English just spoke with a lot with foreigners by using English.


The material to be introduced today “TED Talks” explains “Tips and tricks for giving unforgettable speeches and presentations” and the following phrases were impressive.


"When you're on stage, you only have to think about one thing.


You are really excited about the opportunity to share your passion with the people who are right in front of you.


Don't panic and talk.


Once you're on stage, pick a few, stare at their eyes those who are nodding to welcome them, and laughing.


Then you're ready." (Unquote)


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