A 12-year-old boy from Kenya was asked to give a TED talk. Although nervous and inexperienced in English, he told his story before a crowd of hundreds. And when he finished, the response was immediate – a full standing ovation.
“In a matter of hours, a speaker’s content and delivery can be transformed from muddled to mesmerizing.”
It just goes to show: speakers of all levels can give world-class presentations. Download this article by TED curator Chris Anderson to learn why that’s true – and how your presentation can be the next to reach elite status.
Download this Harvard Business Review article to discover:
• Presentation tips from the head of TED
• What TED talkers do differently
• Ways to find and frame your story
• How to give a talk that people enjoy watching