How To Deliver a TED Talk: Secrets of the World’s Most Inspiring Presentations

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  • If you haven’t watched a TED Talk, you probably should prior to reading my summary or the book. Ken Robinson is my favorite, so try him if you are an educator or a parent. Although the people who give TED Talks seem extraordinary, there is no reason why anyone can’t create and deliver a great story. The TED Commandments include: no sales pitch, use humor, reveal your passion, and don’t read your speech. You must stick to the 18 minute limit but less is fine. While you can use visuals, many good TED Talks don’t use any. Be sure to stay away from text heavy slides and bullet points.
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