Honoured to be the last speaker
You’ve been waiting all the time. Looking and listening to the other talks.
And then it’s your turn.
Rob Baan looks at food and health in a different way
Rob has an inspiring talk.
He really gets angry.
Not officially being able to say that broccoli is healthy.
While at the same time there is a lot of budget for promoting junk food.
He uses contrast in his story. A strong way of explaining.
Not afraid to use humor in his speech.
Last but not least.
Daan Roosegaarde likes to challenge his audience
Daan is someone who knows about presenting.
He says it’s a skill.
One you have to practise.
He likes to improve. Over and over again.
And he’s honoured to be the last speaker.
Daan is very much in contact with his audience. He looks a natural.
He says his preparation was different from 3 years ago at TED.
“No copy paste, but copy more”.
“The most difficult part of the presentation is the beginning.
Once I’ve started, I’m off.”
“A few minutes before entering the stage, I focus, on myself. I’m an artist, I know how to do that.”
“Then I’m in my own world”.
“Presenting is like meeting a girl for the first time. You both think of when to kiss. But neither of you say it.”
No guts no glory!
Hope to see more at TEDx podia all over the Netherlands.