TED Talk Secrets for Inspirational Public Speaking

First up. What are TED Talks?

How to give a TED Talk

1. Grab your audience’s attention right away

2. Deliver the unexpected

3. Make it personal

4. Keep it light

5. Give your speech a story

The best TED Talks on public speaking

1. Julian Treasure: How to speak so that people want to listen

2. Melissa Marshall: Talk nerdy to me

3. Megan Washington: Why I live in mortal dread of public speaking

4. Al Wiseman: Finding the funny: The power of humour in public speaking

5. Chris Anderson: TED’s secret to great public speaking

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A straight-talking, hardworking ex-senior journo turned PR pro with 25 years in the business, a book full of contacts, and a nose for a story.

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