Are you not happy with the way things are? You are not alone. Believe it or not, you can change the world just though ideas. But to make ideas happen, you have to get them out there. You must develop and create ideas that will find an audience and persuade them to stick with it. Here, we will talk about the process of idea development and presentation. Use these tactics to get your ideas out there and start being the change you want.
Idea Development and Refinement
Idea development can seem very daunting at times. However, there are ways to generate good ideas that can bring positive impact to the world. You may generate these ideas through research, in a team, or by making a laundry list. Next, think about which ones would make the most difference and that you are most passionate about. Lastly, it is time to simplify. Huge ideas should be able to be summed up for an audience in only one sentence. Refine your idea down until you know exactly what it is and why it would make the world better. Think about this from not just your point of view, but also from the point of view of your audience.
Find Your Audience and Persuade Them
An audience is the most valuable thing you can have for an idea. Audience members that you target who become passionate about said idea are the real driving force, here. Once you have found an audience, it is time to persuade them through targeting them. Do this through powerful, dynamic presentations. Help them to understand why your idea is important. Show them just how it could change the world. Make a strong argument for your idea. Do not pander, but keep up your love for your idea. If you are not passionate about it, then no one will be.
Hooking Your Audience
So how can you get your audience to truly care? Here are a few ways:
1. Do your best to incorporate logic, emotion, and a human element into your presentations and arguments.
2. Try to include real, touching human stories to exemplify your idea.
3. Let others see that you have done the research and are seriously invested in this idea.
4. Structure your presentations in a logical way. Give them a short pitch, elaborate, tell a story, and then offer your idea as a solution.
5. The more hooks you can get in a presentation, the better. Be sure to practice it beforehand to pull these hooks off.
Strong proponent of individual liberty and free speech. My goal is to present information that expands our awareness of crucial issues and exposes the manufactured illusion of freedom that we are sold in America. Question everything because nothing is what it seems.