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TED Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking

TED Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking

Написано Chris Anderson

Озвучено Chris Anderson, Tom Rielly и Kelly Stoetzel


TED Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking

Написано Chris Anderson

Озвучено Chris Anderson, Tom Rielly и Kelly Stoetzel

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May 3, 2016
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9781501230455
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"Catnip for all the TED fans out there." -Publishers Weekly

"Unimpeachably practical . . . A handy guide for novice and moderately experienced speakers." -Kirkus Reviews

"Anderson shares the secrets behind the best TED presentations." -Booklist

Since taking over TED in 2001, Chris Anderson has shown how carefully crafted talks can be the key to unlocking empathy, spreading knowledge, and promoting a shared dream. Done right, a talk can electrify a room and transform an audience's worldview; it can be more powerful than anything in written form.

This "invaluable guide" (Publishers Weekly) explains how the miracle of powerful public speaking is achieved, and equips you to give it your best shot. There is no set formula, but there are tools that can empower any speaker.

Chris Anderson has worked with all the TED speakers who have inspired us the most, and here he shares insights from such favorites as Sir Ken Robinson, Salman Khan, Monica Lewinsky and more - everything from how to craft your talk's content to how you can be most effective on stage. This is a must-read for anyone who is ready to create impact with their ideas.

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CHRIS ANDERSON is the curator of TED. Trained as a journalist after graduating from Oxford University, Anderson launched a number of successful magazines before turning his attention to TED, which he and his nonprofit acquired in 2001. His TED mantra—“ideas worth spreading”—continues to blossom on an international scale. He lives with his family in New York City.


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  • Start paying attention to how TED Talks draw you in beyond the fascinating bits of information. Here are all the secrets behind the most compellingly told TED Talks, laid out by Chris Anderson, the owner of TED, who personally coached many speakers throughout the years.

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  • Have a "big idea" you're ready to share while standing on a big red dot? Find out if you're up for the task with "TED Talks": the official, comprehensive guide to public speaking from the curator of TED himself, Chris Anderson. Anderson uses examples from some of the most popular TED speakers — Bill Gates, Sir Ken Robinson, and Elizabeth Gilbert, to name a few — to frame concrete tips and tricks that will help you master the art of storytelling on any stage.

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  • (4/5)
    If you plan to do some public speaking, no matter the venue, this book is well worth your time. Tips on organization, tactics for better communicating your thoughts, and many tips on presentation methods.
  • (4/5)
    TED Talks starts out a little too fluffy and feel-good-y. It's not until Chapter 3, "Common Traps," where things get more practical starting with the four don'ts: No sales pitches, no rambling, no boring your audience with how great your office/organization/team is, and no substituting style for substance thinking no one will notice. Each of these shares a commonality which is discussed in the chapter and that is TED-level presentations are about giving, not taking. The root fault of the four types of bad speeches is a presenter taking the audiences time and attention while giving little or nothing in return.
  • (5/5)
    Excellent book on public speaking and especially the "TED way" - which really is simply to present a great idea.
  • (5/5)
    An alright book if you wanted to know about the founder's journey. Though only through the last few chapters that the author mentions how to be a better speaker.
  • (5/5)
    I am overwhelmed with joy and all the things I have heard on this audiobook it has opened my mind and expanded my ability to dream a dream that only I know but now I can share my dream with others. thank you very much
  • (5/5)
    A comprehensive guide to public speaking sprinkled with hundreds of examples from talks delivered at TED platform. An absolute reading for someone who is interested in giving attention grabbing and powerful talks.
  • (5/5)
    A great insightful book that explains what it takes not only to be a TED speaker but a public speaker in general.
  • (5/5)
    Awesome and informative. It can definitely be utilized in any format when it comes to public speaking.
  • (5/5)
    Absolutely indelible! I loved the book, the content, the language, the inspiring messages, everything. And it was narrated by 3 people so it made it a great listen. I highly recommend, because even if you never thought about giving a public talk, this book would make you want to give one.
  • (4/5)
    I grew up paying attention to my school teachers and to Southern Baptist preachers. There was a gap in what I heard. I heard lots of reason-based presentations at school. I learned in detail how the world worked (nature and humanity). I learned to think, to question, and to present myself as a reasonable human being.

    However, at church, I learned something different. I learned the art of rhetoric. While at school, I learned how to evaluate an argument, at church, I learned how to make an argument. To present myself in a manner that worked with normal people. School taught me the dignified way of presentation; church taught me the effective way of presentation.

    I hate to say it, but there's a difference. My schooling did not teach me leadership - to be effective. It did teach me efficiency - something my church pastors could have learned.

    Fortunately, the TED program (as described in this book) is both effective and efficient in its aims. In it, I reminded myself of public-speaking principles for effective presentations. I learned about new, innovative ways of connecting with my audiences.

    Most importantly, I learned ways that people are excited about transforming the world through thoughtful presentations. Example after example were drawn from real TED Talks about how to present effectively and efficiently. I was inspired over and over again while I honed my public speaking skills.

    As the old saying goes, the world will marvel as you do common things in an uncommon way. This book definitely achieved that. Public speaking was refreshed as leadership in communication was inspired. Good rhetoric was taught. I recommend it to anyone who seeks to connect better with their fellow humans.
  • (5/5)
    This is an excellent introduction not just to the format and ingredients of TED talks, but to best practices in public speaking and the art of communication in general. Clear, concise, intelligent, and engaging.
  • (5/5)
    Practical insights to clear up the "why" and tips to reach today's audience with worthwhile messages
  • (5/5)
    Anyone who has spoken to me in the last six months knows I love this book. I’ve been raving about it seen I first discovered it last fall.I’ve been a TED fan for years but my interest in Anderson’s book goes beyond the TED experience to how I can incorporate his suggestions into my communications classes at UBC.Overwhelmingly, I’ve seen students at every level ask for more instruction on public speaking. And while almost all my classes incorporate a formal presentation as part of the requirements, I’ve noticed that I’m not seeing a lot of improvement in student public speaking skills.What Anderson talks about in this book is integral to the TED experience: making a talk worth sharing. Telling a story. Making it clear that you have something important to share with an audience who can benefit from hearing it. And this is the most difficult part for my students. Identifying what is important in their work.I’ve been teaching a research writing course to graduate students in Engineering for almost a year now. I’ve seen three different classes of grad students share their writing with me. At the end of each course, students must create a short (5-minute) presentation about their research. And this is difficult for them. The audience is comprised of other graduate students and myself. An educated audience. But we all have varied levels of expertise. Because their research is usually very specialized, they must make it understandable and accessible to myself (an academic from a different discipline) and their classmates (academics from different sub-disciplines; what a mechanical engineering MA student studies is very different than what a civil engineering PhD student studies).The research these students are engaging in is fascinating and varied. But identifying the piece in their research that is compelling to a wider audience is a challenge. Anderson’s book gives a lot of tips for doing just that. In addition, he illustrates those tips with examples from all different kinds of TED talks. Then he challenges the reader to use similar techniques to create powerful presentations.I’ve bought the e-book, the audio book, and the print copy of this work and I then asked our UBC Librarian to order a copy for students to borrow. So you know I’m going to strongly recommend it. If you want to improve any kind of public speaking, check out Anderson’s book!