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chiuki video on how to generate ideas

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theophani committed Jun 18, 2012
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Talk about anything you know to any audience that doesn’t already know it. If you are afraid to talk about a programming topic to an audience of programmers, then talk about programming to designers, or talk about design to programmers.
+In this short talk, Chiu-Ki Chan ([@chiuki](https://twitter.com/chiuki)) shares her secret formula for finding ideas using only your brain and a notepad:
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You can also talk about something brand new for you. It doesn’t matter if you don’t know anything about the topic yet, either, since I promise you will know a lot about it when you give the talk. Giving a talk is a fantastic way to learn. Give the talk you want to hear.
##2. You think “I’d be a terrible speaker”
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As you watch anyone give a talk, pay attention to what you liked, and didn't like. When working and re-working your own talk, go back to those thoughts: Can you use any of the effective techniques in your talk? Are you making any of the same mistakes?
-Or learn from this person, Caroline Drucker ([@bougie](https://twitter.com/#!/bougie)), from her five minute talk about how to give a great talk:
+Or learn from this person, Caroline Drucker ([@bougie](https://twitter.com/bougie)), from her five minute talk about how to give a great talk:
<iframe width="509" height="286" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/2H36kbMMrZo" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true"> </iframe>

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