These days, every author, business owner, activist, and their dog want to give a TED Talk.
But how do you achieve that gold-star in public speaking?
Speechy has the five-step-plan for that TED Talk triumph (and a few tough questions for you to ask yourself first)…
As a team, the Speechy writers have a zero tolerate (to the vast majority) of zeitgeist words. This is because, 90 per cent of the time, they’re meaningless fluff, used to give the impression of innovation to make up for the fact the speech content lacks any genuinely new ideas. Here’s the words you need to avoid.
A convincing talk can inspire a workforce, secure a deal and elevate your chances of success.
The trick to getting it right is in the preparation. Sure, delivery and the wording are important but planning is key.
Here are the five best ways you can improve your big speech before you even start writing it.
For business leaders, delivering a speech can be a make-or-break moment. As professional speechwriters, the Speechy team know For business leaders, delivering a speech can be a make-or-break moment.