It’s a pleasure. Thank you for sharing with me, OK?
I hope someday, somewhere in the world, I meet you.
You’re a very powerful woman. You have powerful ideas. I want you to express them in English, it’s not your first language, as powerfully as possible.
I just want to encourage you that you have an instrument that you can use to your own effect. You can use it more mindfully to get what you want to bring power to your language.
Don’t be inauthentic. Don’t not be you, OK?
You just linked me. Yes, my name, tag me properly. Yes, of course, absolutely. I’ve never had that done before. It’s fantastic.
Of course, I am. This is about process. What I do is what I do with everyone. This is what I enjoy doing. You were good enough to share your content with me and be open to change your content. I gave you my honest feedback, of course.
Did you video me?
A hundred percent.
You have the recording also, right?
Keep it in mind. I hope this has been useful to you. Has it been useful to you?
Just something. This is a pretty smart audience from around the world. You have a good idea to...It could be useful if you want to ask them who it is you’re looking to connect with. That’s it. It’s a thought.
No, not at all. I’m talking about a wrap, an end to this presentation, OK?
Look, you started out as an optimist. Maybe you want to spread optimism around the world. Do that, maybe it’s helpful to be in touch with people who are doing a similar thing.
Why don’t you end with your request or your call to action, OK?
By the way, wait, I have one more question for you. This is a pretty clicked-on audience, pretty smart audience. What do you want from them in the end? Do you want to know people? Do you want to know ideas? Do you want to bring this to other places ...
That’s what I would do. Maybe there are more elegant ways of doing it, but I don’t know. I just think people will fight to be invited to do things.
I think you’re brilliant. What is it that you want to improve on? You just walked me through it. What felt like you want to strengthen it? What did you want to strengthen? What did you feel that you want to change, basically? When you were talking, was there ...
I don’t think you need to exemplify everything. But I think that is a perfect way of going from words to pictures to clarity.
Really great. That’s a much more powerful example. I think in one of the sheets I send you, it says that the specific is always more memorable than the the abstract, OK? You don’t have too much abstraction. That was the only abstraction that I got really lost ...
To turn a budget of that size into something that’s engaging and fun, that’s quite...That was done by a bunch of hackers?
Please, use that visual. It’s fantastic, it’s clear, it’s almost fun.
Yeah, please use the example, OK?
This is so much clearer to me than what you said before.
Can you give me an example?
Tell me in English. Tell me simply, to me, what this means. What’s the impact of this? What’s the power of this?
This is fork. Look at me and tell me. I got lost where...it got very technical. This is going to...
We occupy parliament. We get that. Move to the next one, please.
This is great. You’re really great.
It’s very inspiring. I want to go back to the g0v part. The very first section, please.
That’s a radical idea these days, as you know. Nobody’s listening anymore, right?
Because pragmatic is practical, but with the hearts you’re thinking empathetic, which is that I can hear you. I actually hear you.
Beautiful. You call it a pragmatic. I call it "empathetic."
Where are we next? What’s the next slide?
I don’t know. I interrupted you. I’m sorry...
Get to that. This should be a little shorter. Keep going, please.
Dutiful is a great word. No passion. No conviction. A dutiful, boring response. This actually got people to engage. I think that’s the point. You’re talking about engagement. Is that what you were talking about?
I think this section should be a little shorter. I think the answer is what you are doing is...You said it was a nonsensical response. I don’t that’s the right word. I think it’s a bland and bureaucratic response that no one believes anymore. It just ...
That’s kind of a little long to the end.
That’s a great detail that actually brings people together.
I think it’s important to say that.
First of all, that there are 60,000, and 60,000 licenses. No one was going to pay for that. That was a roadblock that we overcame with this. Second is, if you don’t like the software, and you can code, change it, or find some 12-year-old who can ...
I think you need to explain that, OK?