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

How To Be Introduced

  • This is something you don’t see online, but a great introduction can launch your talk. They need to be relevant to the speaker’s core message, audience centric, and establish credibility without placing the speaker on a pedestal. You should write it yourself and give it to the person doing the intros. Also ask them to read through it for practice. One to two minutes is a good length. I also helps if the emcee knows you and it’s ok for him or her to loosen up the audience with humor.
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