Sunday, June 9, 2013

How to Deliver a Ted Talk

I have never been shy about public speaking as long as I feel passionate about the topic and have a bit of time to prepare.  I found this description of How to Deliver a Ted Talk to be very helpful and inspiring!


Greg and I presenting at OMSI last summer
In June’s edition of Harvard Business Review, Chris Anderson, TED’s curator, shares five key to great presentation:
1.       Frame Your Story
According to Anderson, conceptualizing and framing is the most vital part of the preparation. Great TED talkers frame their talk as a story as if taking people on a journey. They follow a narrative structure that loosely follows a detective story where the speaker ignites the interest by presenting a vexing problem and describing the search for a solution. There’s an “a-ha” moment that comes around the conclusion. Click Here to read the whole article.

What's your favorite Ted Talk?  Click on comment and share your favorite! 


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