Summary of TED Talks

Summary of TED Talks by Chris Anderson | Includes Analysis


TED Talks is a comprehensive handbook for learning the now-famous TED talk style. TED is a world-renowned conference series founded by Ricky Wurman and Harry Marks in 1984. The book provides tips, tricks, and practical advice to readers who wish to become proficient in delivering effective speeches. The skills described in the book can be applied to a work presentation in a small conference room or a lecture in front of thousands of people.
Even though many Americans fear public speaking, the art of giving a great speech is just another skill that can be learned. There is not a single, set style for delivering a great speech. Speakers must find the style, preparation method, and delivery that works best for them.
While it is important to focus on developing presentation skills, the first objective of all speakers should be to ensure they have an idea that others will find useful or edifying…

PLEASE NOTE: This is key takeaways and analysis of the book and NOT the original book.

Inside this Instaread Summary of TED Talks:

Overview of the Book
Important People
Key Takeaways
Analysis of Key Takeaways

About the Author

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