Free ebook–Public Speaking Lessons from TED Talks

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Free until Saturday, March 8, 2014

Get your free Kindle version of the short e-book,
Public Speaking Lessons from TED Talks: The Good and the Bad
from the 10 Most-Viewed TED Talks
Imagine giving a powerful, TEDTalk-Style Presentation.  You can learn insightful tips from this ebook, a compilation my past 10 posts on the top 10 most-viewed TED Talks.  The good.  The bad.  And, how you can apply the lessons.

It’s free on Kindle through Saturday (after Saturday, it’s only $0.99).

Here is the “Big Take Away” from each of the TED Talks–read more in the ebook

#10—Use “you” language and bring your audience into a scene. (The Puzzle of Motivation, Dan Pink)

#9—A unique idea, well-described or demonstrated, will captivate an audience.  (The SixthSense Interaction, Patti Maes)

#8—If you have fascinating visuals, you can let them be the star. (Underwater Astonishments, David Gallo)

#7— Fake it till you become it! (Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are, Amy Cuddy)

#6— Content trumps delivery.  What you say (or show) is important. (The Thrilling Potential of SixthSense, Pranav Mistry)

#5—Telling 3 stories can make a great speech. (How to Live Before You Die, Steve Jobs)

#4— Turn a tragedy into insight for yourself and for others. (My Stroke of Insight, Jill Bolte Taylor)

#3—Be real. Be vulnerable. Connect. (The Power of Vulnerability, Brenè Brown)

#2—Start with why. (How Great Leaders Inspire Action–Simon Sinek)

#1—Start with humor.  End with heart. (How Schools Kill Creativity, Ken Robinson)

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