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5 Secrets of Public Speaking From the Best TED Presenters

November 10, 2013

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Ask just about anyone these days for great examples of public speaking and you’ll hear a variation on a single thing — “Did you see that TED talk by so and so?” Powerful enough to change your life in 18-short minutes and garnering millions upon millions of views, the best TED talks are a well deserved cultural phenomena.

Could you borrow a bit of their magic?

That’s the premise of TEDx organizer Jeremey Donovan’s book “How to Deliver a TED Talk: Secrets of the World’s Most Inspiring Presentations.” Combing through the most viewed talks, Donovan tried to boil down what exactly makes them so gripping so he can bottle that special sauce for his readers. What did he come up with? A 33voices podcast featuring Donovan gives you a taster, including these tips:

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