Tips to create a Ted Talk part 2 of 4 : Keep it simple
I love listening to loads of different voices, listening to the tones, sounds and uniqueness of our voice.
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This is Part 2 of 4.
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KISS for me…Keep it simple for me.
Only because you know the topic in detail it does not mean that your audience does, remember that. Imagine you are going to talk to someone about making chicken and rice, first may start off with telling them to buy chicken and then season it up first.
Make sure that your talk leaves your listeners informed and with a plan of how to get more knowledge. Pretend you are going to give the talk to your 5-year-old nephew.
It is not your chance to flood all your knowledge and degrees in a 30-45 minutes talk, given them what they need not all that you know.
I am excited to see you improve in this area. Don’t forget the next part is out next week, so stay tuned.
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