On this introductory episode of Season 8, we take a behind-the-scenes look into the history of TED and how a TEDx event is produced. We also reveal the ten most popular TEDx talks and why each is so powerful.
What does an audience truly want? Do they come just for information or to hear a speaker read from notes or slides? Today’s guest offers a powerful reminder that an audience wants you to interpret your personal journey. By stepping into the shoes of the audience and understanding what moves them, you can create a voice that makes people want to listen.
There are many methods speakers use to communicate their message. Today’s guest shares how she uses the concept of channeling your message in order to impact an audience. You’ll learn practical tips for preparation along with many other insights into becoming a more effective speaker.
You have prepared a message, possibly traveled, and have something important to share. Yet the message is not about you. Today’s guest shares why you are there to serve the event and deliver a memorable experience. He reveals lots of tips for serving the event by preparing, knowing your audience, and much more.
It’s easy to view speaking as a one-sided monologue. But today’s guest will help you see that speaking is actually a conversation, and what that means. She also describes her fascinating background in teaching and how that impacts her approach to speaking.
As a speaker, you must bring an authority and command to the stage. But how do you do that? Our guest today will show you that it’s not about seizing command—it’s getting clear on your message, being your authentic self, and nurturing your voice. She shares practical strategies and insights to help you be more effective in your personal life as well as on the stage.
You must be constantly improving if you want to continue impacting audiences. Today’s guest reveals how he used a negative experience as a catalyst for taking his speaking to a new level. You’ll also learn tips for preparing, rehearsing, and much more.
What is the secret to being a memorable speaker? While there is no single answer, today’s guest shares great advice for standing out and making a lasting impression on your audience.
What is your speaking really about? Is it about your, or about the audience? Our guest today shows why your speaking is all about your audience and solving problems for them. She offers a powerful reminder that you are there to give, not to take.