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How to prepare for your TED Talk | TED Talk Preparation Principles


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How to prepare for your TED Talk | TED Talk Preparation Principles

  1. 1. 1 HOW TO PREPARE FOR YOUR TEDTALK or any other speech or presentation
  2. 2. 2 rehearse: Lock yourself up in your room and deliver your speech the same way you would if you were in front of a live audience. This means that your volume, tone and gestures should be similar to what you would do on stage.
  3. 3. 3 exercise: Exercising will release endorphins, which will make you happier. You will feel less stressed and more confident about your presentation.
  4. 4. 4 get familiar: Walk on the stage you will be speaking on. Familiarize yourself with how much room you have to move around.
  5. 5. 5 test: If you are going to be using PowerPoint or a microphone, check that it works. Test the microphone to ensure it doesn’t make any screeching noises
  6. 6. 6 practice: Once again rehearse the opening of your speech. This way, when you get up on stage, you will find it easier to overcome any stage fright because you will already know what to say.
  7. 7. 7 music: Before your speech or presentation, listen to some of your favorite music. It can help you relax and focus.
  8. 8. 8 visualize: Visualize yourself giving a great speech. Visualize yourself handling any unexpected challenges with ease. Visualization will get you “in the zone.”
  9. 9. free Download this free guide for more tools and tips
  11. 11. like this? Like this presentation? It was based on the bestselling book, “How to Deliver a Great TED Talk”
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