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    Any helpful tips on explaining something in a simple way to an audience who is not familiar with your subject and all the jargon that comes with it? My topic is "Procrastination is good for us" and it's explaining how the longer you leave tasks undone, the more time you have to let your ideas develop and the more original your ideas will be.
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    (Original post by giraffebaby)
    Any helpful tips on explaining something in a simple way to an audience who is not familiar with your subject and all the jargon that comes with it? My topic is "Procrastination is good for us" and it's explaining how the longer you leave tasks undone, the more time you have to let your ideas develop and the more original your ideas will be.
    I have a few suggestions do you still need help with this?
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