Talk Like TED: The 9 Public-Speaking Secrets of the World’s Top Minds
This was just okay. The author presents nine points to make you give better TED-like presentations.
It’s padded – some of the lessons are obvious, and the author gets really repetitive trying to stretch them out for an entire chapter. Additionally, she keeps going over the same TED talks again and again, and makes sure to remind you every time how many million people watched them.
It’s not all bad, but I think she could have done this as a three-page essay really – nine headings supported by nine paragraphs, at most.
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