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The Ultimate Recap
Episode 923rd December 2022 • Presentation (Skills) Q&A • Carina Ridenius och Martin Lindeskog
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Carina and Martin make a recap of this autumn's episodes. One of their goals is that communication, regardless media, should be easy, attractive and an opportunity to use the technique as an important tool.

We also wish you A Merry Christmas and A Happy Yuletide.

Send us questions to: info AT pik DOT nu, or contact us via Carina's site or Martin's Bio.Link page. You could also contact us on LinkedIn (Carina Ridenius and Martin Lindeskog).

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The episode (9 minutes) was recorded at 1300 Central European Time, on December 16, 2022, with Ringr app.. Martin did the editing and post-production with the podcast maker, Alitu. The transcript is generated by Alitu.

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Martin:

Welcome to Presentation Skills Q and A. I am Martin Lindescog.

Martin:

Hi, Karina.

Carina:

Hi, Martin Lindesgog.

Carina:

Karina is here.

Martin:

Yes.

Carina:

How are you?

Martin:

I'm fine.

Martin:

Yourself?

Carina:

I'm fine.

Carina:

It's snow and it's a little bit cold.

Carina:

It's very nice.

Martin:

It's been chilly.

Carina:

Yes, it's chilly.

Martin:

You have to stay warm.

Carina:

Absolutely.

Carina:

We have recap day today.

Martin:

Yes.

Carina:

Isn't it so?

Martin:

Yes, that's correct.

Carina:

I think when I look back on this autumn that we have done many different type

Carina:

of episodes, we have both been talking about the voice and the body makes your presentation

Carina:

shine with non verbal communication.

Carina:

Yes, absolutely.

Carina:

And how you talk with your eyes.

Carina:

So they are with you when you are making

Carina:

presentation or whatever.

Martin:

And the handshake.

Martin:

And the handshake and where to keep your arms.

Martin:

Yes, in where or whatnot not dinosaur.

Carina:

Arms or penguin arms in some way.

Carina:

But we have also talked about the audience,

Carina:

how you as a podcaster can reach out to your audience and use technique that helps you in

Carina:

that way.

Martin:

Isn'T it so that's correct.

Martin:

And now when we have done yeah, we could

Martin:

depend on how you count in.

Martin:

But for Visa, you could say it's a season, but

Martin:

eight episodes so far.

Carina:

Yes.

Martin:

So it's an expression in America.

Martin:

Have you heard about the eight ball?

Martin:

Like the snooker or billiard?

Carina:

Absolutely.

Martin:

The black ball with an eight on and it's like a guessing game.

Martin:

So when you shake it, when you get the answer that you want, in a way.

Martin:

So we are looking now into the future.

Martin:

So I think now the listener could be almost

Martin:

like a co producer or co host because you could engage in that way, give us a positive

Martin:

feedback loop with comments and so on.

Martin:

So that's something for the future and that's

Martin:

also important often in presentation and if you share some information and to communicate

Martin:

to get that feedback loop right.

Carina:

Yes. Because our goal is that you as a presenter or if you are talking, regardless

Carina:

media, we should say you have to make it easy for you and you have to make it with

Carina:

attraction and used new technical things that helps you on the way.

Martin:

Yeah, like tools, different tools make it easier both for the presentator and for the

Martin:

listener or the audience.

Martin:

And again, giving that it's so easy in a way

Martin:

to give feedback in one thumbs up, for example, on social media.

Carina:

Exactly.

Martin:

But then also to maybe do a bit more so you could become a part of the process and

Martin:

of the production, you could call it, and what that could do with your, in a way, self esteem

Martin:

or galification or being into the now into the program, you could say.

Martin:

Or the episode, the last episode we.

Carina:

Were talking about, the ask that you should ask your audience.

Martin:

Yeah. And that's to give like a call to action, to ask the audience and the

Martin:

listener, the one individual.

Martin:

What do you think it's worth to listen to us?

Martin:

What could you gain for this? What could you help you in your professional

Martin:

life as a presenter and also personal? It could be that self esteem because often

Martin:

we're talked about that also how it could be scary to take the scene or present during

Martin:

presentation.

Carina:

Exactly.

Martin:

So it's also that kind of things to talk about.

Carina:

But I think now we are when we are making this recap, I think we should give our

Carina:

listeners some tips and advices which we have been talking about this last episodes.

Carina:

For example, when we were talking about the transcript that we have you need something to

Carina:

say there some tips or.

Martin:

Ideas yes so if you use like a podcast then you could use service with getting

Martin:

transcript so you get the text material of what we are saying.

Martin:

Of course it's a challenge for the intelligence to fix this AI exactly how you

Martin:

say it, depending if you have slang or something like that.

Martin:

But often you get it good enough.

Martin:

And then you could at the same time as you

Martin:

listen, you could read.

Martin:

You could also read what you think is

Martin:

important or interesting in a segment and jump to that section.

Martin:

For example.

Carina:

You don't have to listen to the whole podcast if you don't have the time or of

Carina:

course we.

Martin:

Want you to listen to the whole episode here because it's short and sweet

Martin:

often.

Martin:

Now we will be a bit longer because we do the

Martin:

recap but if it's a longer interview for example like 1 hour or something like that,

Martin:

then you could check out that segment or the part of the conversation that you are most

Martin:

interested from the beginning and then as well you could print it out, you could follow it up

Martin:

when talking about certain names or concepts or links so you could go back and also with

Martin:

accessibility thing as we said in the future that maybe will be a demand from certain

Martin:

lawmakers and others so that's one thing and also search engine optimization you will be

Martin:

able to be found.

Martin:

So for example the topic or the keyword

Martin:

presentation information communication podcasting 2.0 transcript show notes the ask

Martin:

if that's a keyword yet, maybe not.

Martin:

Maybe you could create it if you start si and

Martin:

doing like hashtag new podcast apps I'm often using that on Twitter sooner or later it will

Martin:

become a concept.

Carina:

You could say the keyword transcript is a very useful technical tool to aid.

Martin:

For people who have that accessibility issue.

Carina:

But the future now, martin we will continue with this podcast and these topics.

Martin:

We will and we will talk more about podcast in 2.0.

Martin:

What's happening in that space, how you could get exciting active in that involved and do it

Martin:

something that matters because it's lots of things going on in the world as we know it.

Martin:

Freedom of expression.

Martin:

What's going on with that?

Martin:

Promote it for the future.

Carina:

Exactly.

Carina:

And we can say regardless media, it's

Carina:

important that you get your voice heard and you can come out with your message, should we

Carina:

say here.

Carina:

Yes.

Carina:

And I think it's time now for us to make this ultimate recap and wish our listeners a merry

Carina:

Christmas.

Martin:

Yes, and I would say we'll have a recording during this weekend about that

Martin:

Christmas and how it was created, Christ and so on.

Martin:

So I say myself merry Yule tide, the old word for Christmas.

Martin:

And in Swedish it's interesting.

Martin:

We say good yule.

Martin:

So there you have Jewel and Yule tide.

Carina:

Nice. Well, I wish you a merry Christmas.

Martin:

And you wish merry Jewel tide.

Martin:

Good deal.

Carina:

Good deal.

Martin:

Yeah.

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