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

How to Build Your Speech Body and Transitions

  • The basic concept is that you tell your audience what you are going to tell them, then you tell them, finally you tell them what you told them. As you transition from your opening, you want to tell the audience just enough so they will want to pay attention. Let them know how they will benefit as a result of what you are going to say. This is known as a tease. Jeremey suggests you break the body into three parts. The parts could be background context, complications, and solution. They could also be part of a chronological narrative or an idea-concepts format. Be sure to include right-brain stories, left-brain facts, and tips in each part. You can also summarize a bit at the end of each part.
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