Public Speaking: The Ultimate Public Speaking Guide on How To Deliver a Ted Talk – Presentation Secrets of the World’s Best Speakers. Write & Deliver The Ultimate Presentation!

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Public Speaking

The Ultimate Public Speaking Guide on How To Deliver a Ted Talk – Presentation Secrets of the World’s Best Speakers. Write & Deliver The Ultimate Presentation!

Ken Robinson’s talk: “Do schools kill creativity?” remains the most popular TED TALK of all time; viewed more than 10 million times online; this pushes the total views of all talks since 1984 to over one billion views on YouTube alone; incredible!

So what did Ken do, what have others done to make speech presentation so classy; why is TED TALK revered this much that even the richest man in the world, Bill Gates, former U.S Vice President, Al Gore, and a host of other great minds cannot but get a piece of the action?

On the other hand, why is the fear of public speaking one of the most common phobias in the Western world, why do people develop cold feet when asked to address a crowd – whether small or large? Are the TED TALK ‘stars’ extraordinary, are their talents innate or do they actually learn it from somewhere?

These are the questions this timely book helps to answer. The guidelines and witty instructions, well researched and arranged, show clearly that speech-making – in the 21st century, and especially at TED TALK – is a science, it’s learnable if only one follows the recommendations highlighted herein.

From tips on how to gain and boost self-confidence to how to tell TED TALK-styled stories and close with a bang, this book is the Holy Grail of public presentation. You’ll also learn:

– How to tell a fascinating story on TED TALK.

– How to command the stage with your body language.

– How to be smooth and seamless in your delivery.

– How to open a TEDTALK with power and dynamism and close it with passionate appeal; and many more tried and tested tips.

Insights and evergreen quotes from renowned public speakers of note helps spice it up. It’s a book you won’t put down till the very last word. Promise!

December 27th, 2015 by