Short, but powerful talks. Although typically fewer than 18 minutes long, TEDTalks pack a punch: unique ideas presented with passion.
Inspired by a recent NSA-MN Chapter meeting speaker, Hayley Foster, who spoke about creating TED-style talks (post here), I decided that I (and you) could probably learn some public speaking tips from TEDTalks. For the next 10 weeks, I will watch and analyze a talk a week, from the most viewed talks (starting with #10 and working up to #1). Above is a screen shot of the top 10 most viewed talks as of 11/21/2013. (Link to current most-viewed list).
In about 600 words, I will share some public speaking tips from each talk that you can use in your presentations. I invite your comments!
Next week is #10: Dan Pink: The Puzzle of Motivation