7 must follow steps for your next TED Talk

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Palms sweating, heart pounding, dry throat, butterflies in stomach… it’s happened to everyone who went up on the dreaded stage to speak in front of public. 

Even the best of speakers cannot escape this horror called stage fright. Do you want to learn how they conquered the fear of public speaking? Do you want to overcome presentation jitters too and deliver presentations that knock the socks off?

Then watch this presentation “How to Prepare for your TED Talk”  by one of Asia Pacific’s best speakers Akash Karia. Akash is an award-winning speaker, trainer and presentation skills coach. He has been ranked as one of the Top 10 Speakers in Asia Pacific. In addition to this, he is a best-selling author and the recipient of over 40 public speaking awards.

The presentation below is based on Akash’s best-selling book “How to Deliver a Great TED Talk”. Through this presentation, Akash offers 7 simple yet highly effective tips that will help you prepare and deliver your next presentation like a pro:

How to prepare for your TED Talk

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In his personal blog, Akash confesses that he was very shy and introverted as a student. None of his peers in high school could imagine he’ll be a public speaker one day. That all changed when Akash began studying rigorously the art of public speaking. The tools and techniques he learned helped him overcome his inhibitions of public speaking and become a world class speaker. 

You too can transform your life and conquer your fear of speaking on stage. All you have to do is to follow those 7 simple, foolproof steps and PREPARE hard for your next presentation. As Akash puts it, “Failure to prepare is the same as preparation to fail.”


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Anuj Malhotra

A potter maniac, I live in a world inhabited by wizards and Marvel's superheroes. Writing is my defence mechanism (Mr. Freud, analyze this). Presentations are my new found love.

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