Hey guys Attila here now if you’ve ever seen me talk in front of a group of people or in an event you’ve probably noticed that I’ve kind of done this before and especially if you see a PowerPoint behind me usually that is nice and clear and it kind of helps to educate the audience as well as engage with them.
So I thought I’d just give you three quick tips that you can use for yourself if you’re ever going to go out and speak with a group of people or if you’re going to even go on the air and convey some information either on live TV or something that’s recorded you want to record a webinar or something like that. So anyways here’s my three tips. The first one is to start off with the story now I’m not sure if you know this but the human brain remembers story is a lot better than facts and figures and sometimes presenters make the mistake of starting off with you know some shocking facts or a bunch of figures or showing a chart and sometimes that can kind of lose the audience up front. So, if you do have to convey something with maybe some statistics behind it starting off with the story is a good place to start and be sure to smile. You know that’s something I come struggle with a lot I try to smile but when I look kind of creepy so I’m really working on making my smile better I think it’s an ongoing life process and you’re probably going to have to live with that and go through that yourself.
Number one start with a story, number two is to keep your presentation simple. Now if you’ve ever used PowerPoint extensively you perhaps just like me got stuck in the animation section and that’s when you can make text fly-in you can make things appear and swirl around and show up on the screen that’s great but really stay away from that in fact some of the best presenters I’ve ever seen have kept it super simple. This one guy even used you know just a piece of paper and broke on like a little thing with a little projector behind it and that’s how we conveyed is information so you know I’ve seen some celebrity speak and when they talk they have maybe of 10-15 slides tops and they already know the content of the material and the slides are meant to just trigger a memory or trigger a story or trigger an experience and that’s what they want to share with you and as a presenter that’s what you want to share with them yourself if you have an expertise and there’s something in particular why not just put up a little trigger image and say oh let me tell you about the time when bla bla bla bla bla right and then then you can convey that information the audience they can learn from it they can benefit from your wisdom.
Okay now the third thing to end with and this is a probably something I picked up from doing a lot of interviews and that is with ending with a good vision of the future so, sometimes when you start off with this great idea you convey it to the audience is conveyed clearly but then the audience doesn’t really know what to do with it. Let’s say you want to talk about alternative energy well why not end the conversation or end the presentation with some vision of the future what we’re all driving clean cars we all have clean energy and it’s a possibility and it’s something that’s hopeful for the future so end with something positive and you know what no one can predict the future we all know that I think you know blockbuster could have predicted the future they would have done things a little bit differently.
When we go out and we present in front of a group of people we do really want to start off with something that’s memorable right so start off with a story keep it simple so don’t go crazy with your presentation trying to use trigger images and trigger words to help you convey the information that you already know is inside of you. Number three end with a positive vision of the future where you think that your product service or idea might go anyways I hope that helps if you have any questions or want some more advice feel free to reach out always here to help Aloha
Hey guys Attila here do you know anyone who does a lot of things like maybe they I don’t know shoot video and then they do gardening and then they also raise animals and do five other things that you might think are kind of not related but kind of are because you can do them.
Now here’s a little secret that maybe most people don’t know about me is that I’m actually really good at computer stuff but I’m also really good at other things too and it’s really kind of a problem and that kind of problem can lead to be really unfocused. Other things that are really good at is I’m really good at putting things together building things from out of wood and other materials I’m also really kind of good at art fact I’m pretty good at art and I play five instruments. I used to be a professional dancer if you can believe that and I’ve done a lot of things throughout the years and involve all kinds of things in the computer space they’re not necessarily cybersecurity related. So, I can write code built datacenters done a lot a telecom work and all these different things are a lot of fun but really when you start to narrow it down it’s very difficult to really do well with any of them if you’re doing all of them does that make sense?
Hopefully this video is for someone like you or someone that you know who is talented and does a lot of things really well but is still struggling to get ahead. What to do about it and guess what? it’s easier than you think it’s take one of them and do it really well because we live in a world where if you don’t do things with excellence you fall behind because guess what the next person is really focused on doing that one thing if let’s say you have a real passion for computers and you see that there’s this broad field available and there’s all these things out there. One thing that really gets you going is let’s just say it’s coding you really like to code but at the same time you really like to tinker with putting computers together well guess which one you should be doing? The coding! that’s right because coding pays more right? it’s fun and it makes you feel good there’s a lot of people in other countries that put computers together for fractions of a cent per hour and you’re not going to beat it so pick the thing and go deep so spend all your time on it.
Why not become the expert because if you wont someone else will and then if you’re the expert guess what starts to happen? You get compensated for it and now you get compensated more than the next guy because you become more of an expert then the next person who’s doing five other things. So hopefully this is giving you some ideas something that you can do in your own life.
What I recommend is just make a list make an inventory of the things that you are really good at the things that you like to do and put a star next to the ones that you like to do the most. Maybe read yourself how good are you with these things from 1 to 5 and which one are you spending most of your time on. Now if you’re at a 4 out of 5 for all these things then guess what you need to pick one and take it to a 5 out of 5 and do that one a little bit more and see if you can get compensated
for it because that’s what’s going to make your life better right doing the thing that you’re really good at and getting compensated well for it and being able to get better at it every single day hopefully that gives you some ideas anyways guys I’m Attila stay well
Loomy, gray cityscapes making you crave the feeling of sitting beneath a lush, green tree canopy? You aren’t alone. But there is more to being in nature than lifting the spirits or breathing fresh air. It could add years to your life. People in urban areas worldwide who live close to a park, garden, or other natural area are at lower risk of premature death, according to a scientific review recently published in The Lancet Planetary Health.
Researchers used a “vegetation index” to measure the density of flora living in any given area. On their scale, tropical rainforests would get a score close to 1, while barren rock or sand would score closer to 0. They found that the higher the vegetation index, the lower the rate of premature death. The fact that parks are good for you is no surprise. But more intriguing is what happens to people’s health when green spaces change. When an area’s vegetation index increases by just 0.1, the people who live within a third of a mile from it lower their rate of premature mortality by around 4 percent. In other words, the more plant life you have around you, the better your chances of living a longer life. Painting the town green Researchers examined studies from the United States, Canada, Spain, Italy, Australia, Switzerland, and China on this topic and all follow this trend. All together these studies combined included more than eight million people. But, this analysis doesn’t answer the question of why proximity to plants is a good for human health. However, it does confirm the finding that being near green spaces really is good for you and most importantly, the effect likely applies to you, no matter where you live or visit in the world. More than half of the world’s population lives in cities, and the number is rising. This means the public health benefits of these green spaces could affect a lot of people. But some cities have better access to green space than others — which means certain people might be losing out on those extra years. People living in Atlanta, Dallas, and Portland, Oregon are all doing well, with 850 square feet or more of green space per resident. However New York City, Boston, and Miami are barren wastelands by comparison, with less than 200 square feet per resident.
Green space’s benefits aren’t limited to physical health, either. Mental health improves when people are close to leafy green spaces. In a study published earlier this year, for example, researchers found that growing up in nature led to better mental health across a person’s lifespan. The type of green space makes a difference. Between grass, shrubs, and tree canopy, tree canopy coverage has the greatest payoff for humans’ health, and is associated with lower psychological distress. They can also improve your quality of life in other ways: Urban green spaces curb air pollution, noise, and the urban heat island effect. Together, the results suggest cities should step up their urban greening programs and keep public parks public — the lives of their residents may depend on it.
I’m Attila. Be well.
Psychology of Being Late
Hey guys Atilla here I’d like to tell you about the three most commonly used words I guess it’s a phrase so this phrase in the English language. You might think that those three words would be “I love you” but you would be wrong. The three most common words are “sorry I’m late” isn’t that interesting? How many people are constantly late to things. We’re not talking extremely late but usually a few minutes late anywhere from 5 to 10 to 15 minutes tops late for an appointment for a meeting start a few minutes late here start a few minutes late there.
Haven’t you ever wondered are these people disrespectful? Do they not value their time? Do they not value your time? Guess what? I’m one of those people so I had to do a little bit of work I had to figure out why was I turning up just a few minutes late every single time and what could I do about it and I discovered some interesting things so I thought I’d share it with you. So really what it is that people who are late by a few minutes such as me. I guess we don’t disrespect time in fact we value time quite a bit now think about it what’s worse showing up early and being awkward not having anything to do have to sit there on your phone have to wait I have to tap your foot I have to stare at the ceiling or is it better to just come a few minutes late and just jump right into it. I think we all know the answer to that right being a few minutes late a few minutes early often is considered a waste of time to people who highly value time so I really value my time so showing up early and missing out on 10 to 15 minutes of productivity is really not good so I’d rather just try to cut it close. If I’m a few minutes late after that usually it’s not that big of a deal but we all know that everyone doesn’t like it so I wanted to do something about that.
I want to give you some of the advice that I picked up from you know looking on the internet and maybe you can use it for yourself in case you’re chronically late a few minutes to appointments here’s the thing set it your appointment for 10 minutes early so if you have a one 1:00 you now have a 12:50 and you know that kind of put a different anchor in your mind in terms of when you need to leave to be at that appointment? what you need to accommodate or get ready for? Believe it or not if you do that you’ll actually arrive probably a few minutes early and that’s just enough to cut it. But you won’t find that out until you try it. The first step is 10 minutes early. The second step which is the most important is schedule yourself something to do in those 10 minutes so for instance, let’s say you have an email that’s been nagging at the back of your mind says hey you really need to get back to that person schedule that for that 10 minute window if you’ve fallen behind on some news that you’d like to follow maybe who knows Tesla news. That’s always exciting just say look how I’m gonna spend 10 minutes on Tesla news before that appointment starts? Let’s just say there’s something, a phone call you want to make you know you want to catch up with some family members or friends and just let them know about something that’s coming up. Hey that 10 minute window is perfect for that so scheduled that for that 10 minute window. This way you’re not losing time you’re not losing productivity time and you’re not showing up late and it’s not awkward so hopefully those two tips helped.