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Talk Like Ted Ideas are the true currency of the twenty-first century. So, in order to succeed you need to be able to sell yourself and your ideas persuasively. The ability to sell yourself and your ideas is the single greatest skill that will help you accomplish your dreams. TED Talks have redefined the elements of a successful presentation and become the gold standard for public speaking. TED--which stands for technology, entertainment, and design--brings together the world's leading innovators and thinkers. Their online presentations have been viewed more than a billion times. These are the presentations that set the world on fire, and the techniques that top TED speak...

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  • Relié: 288 pages
  • Editeur : St. Martin's Press (4 mars 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1250041120
  • ISBN-13: 978-1250041128
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Par Jamet Agnes sur 19 juillet 2014
Format: Relié
a really good book, with a lot of interessing examples and useful tips.
entertaining, easy to read, with a lot of practical situations
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0 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Soraya sur 22 avril 2014
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I have read a few books on Public Speaking and this one is the least helpful. It is easy and quick to read, and most of the advice it contains makes sense, but the author dedicates too many pages describing popular TED videos and too few pages giving practical tips and tools for improving one's public speaking ability.
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Top 9 secrets, out of 10 26 février 2014
Par Karen Tiede - Publié sur
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It's nice if you get to share a message that will change the world. Sometimes, you simply have to show people how to fill out a form. Sometimes, there just isn't that much room for passion. Sometimes, it can get really old being told One. More. Time. that you have to have "Passion!" in all that you do.

Yawn. Passion gets boring after a while, when you keep having your face rubbed in it.

I was more than a bit disappointed that the one fully-controllable, massively important factor in presentation success was hidden.


You don't get on the TED stage without delivering the talk A LOT. At least 100 times, is what I've seen elsewhere. When I look at the TOC, there is no mention of "practice." It turns out that the topic of practice is presented, but under the heading, "have a conversation." Huh? The chapter goes on to talk about practice, but why hide this dirty necessity under a different label?

Practice is NOT conversation. I can follow the train of thought; that one should be able to deliver the material as easily as a conversation flows. But I disagree. Conversations can ramble, go off track, contain sidebars. Good presentations don't.

Most "bad" presentations could be markedly improved with a little bit of practice and feedback. Five times, out of your mouth, out loud, to the cat the first three times if you're shy. Good-enough public speakers know this; newbies think that just looking at the material is enough.

The more important the presentation, the more practice, rather than any other variable, will improve the delivery and reception. It's strange to me that this element of presentation success was not labelled as such. Maybe it looks too much like hard work?
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Great title, good book 7 février 2014
Par C. MacPhail - Publié sur
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I was pleasantly surprised.

This book's catchy title uses TED brand equity just as feeble investment articles mention Warren Buffet in the title. Add "{an odd numeral} Secrets..." to the subtitle...and I was ready for lots of sizzle with very little steak.

But Gallo is not a blowhard. He knows his subject. Leaning the book so heavily on TED talks might seem like grand larceny, but it makes perfect sense. TED's rich and varied examples are a perfect way to learn, and they're at your fingertips, thanks to YouTube.

If you want to be an interesting presenter -- or just a more interesting person -- this is a good start. Even if they are not "Secrets," Gallo's classic and correct points add up to a solid, easily digested book.

Some of the main points, such as "Think outside the box," "Tell stories," "Create jaw-dropping moments," "Add some humor," require craftsmanship and practice. This book does not get you to the finish line. It shows you good examples and points you in the right direction.

- - - Nit Pick - - -

Gallo drifts off into brain science for no good reason. People like funny. People like stories. People like pictures. People remember the unusual. Talk of dopamine, endorphins, and neural pathways adds nothing.

- - - Alternatives - - -

Search "Ted Talk" in Amazon books. There are several other titles like this.

- - - Additional Reading - - -

For help building your word-craft muscles, check out Word Hero by Jay Heinrichs.

~~~ Comments & questions welcome ~~~
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Developing Confidence in Our Ability to Inform and Inspire; Enabling Us to Reach Our Full Potential 4 mars 2014
Par Thomas M. Loarie - Publié sur
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Bestselling author ("Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs," "Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs," and "The Apple Experience") and communications expert, Carmine Gallo, has switched his focus from the "secrets" of Steve Jobs and Apple to the presentation secrets of TED's (technology, education, and design) exceptional speakers. TED talks which began as a one-time event in 1984 are now viewed daily on by over 1.5 million people from all over the world.

"Talk Like TED" is based on the author's scientific analysis of hundreds of presentations, direct interviews with TED's most popular speakers, and personal insights gleaned from years of coaching inspiring leaders. From this, Gallo has identified the nine secrets common to all who are exceptionally good at presenting their ideas. They are grouped under three major headings - the presenter touches my heart, the presenter teaches me something new, and he/she presents content in ways I'll never forget.

Subtopics include:
1. Unleashing the master within
2. Mastering the art of storytelling
3. Having a conversation
4. Teaching something new
5. Delivering jaw-dropping moments
6. Lightening up
7. Sticking to the 18 minute rule
8. Painting a mental picture with multisensory experiences
9. Staying in your lane

Each chapter explores the science behind the featured secret, and features a specific technique shared by the most popular Ted speakers. Examples, web sites, and interviews with the speakers are also included.

The roles played by passion, authenticity, memorability, novelty, and shock (and more) are thoroughly discussed and are provided in a "how to" format will help anyone seeking to become "Ted-like" - a speaker with perceived confidence and authority. Specific sub-topics include: what makes your heart sing?; passion why it works; the secrets of an infectious personality; the ideal pace of public speaking; debunking body language myths; three easy fixes for common body language problems; pictures, images, and videos; and, the rule of three.

Gallo notes that we are a much more capable than we can imagine, but we can only reach our potential if we believe in ourselves and in our ability to inform and inspire. He cautions us all to remember that ideas are the currency of the 21st century. "Ideas can change the direction of your life and potentially change the world. Don't let anything stand in your way."

This book provides a great tool kit for anyone who delivers or wants to succeed in presenting, selling products and services, or leading and inspiring people.
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After Reading This Book, I Think I CAN 23 février 2014
Par Meg Cox - Publié sur
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To be sure, author Carmine Gallo sometimes resorts to the repetitive, over-caffeinated I-WILL-MAKE-YOU-RICH school of how-to writing. If he had exhorted me one more time in the first chapter to achieve success by sharing my passion, I would have stabbed the book with a butcher knife.

Nonetheless, Gallo clearly knows this terrain well, did his homework thoroughly, and has loads of solid information to impart. I was drawn to the book for two reasons: as an author myself, I lecture frequently and am eager to become more effective. Second, I'm a big fan of the TED talks and was really curious to see his analysis of why the most-viewed talks connect with audiences.

By the time I got to the last page, I was thoroughly won over. Although I've read a few books about public speaking (the one that helped me most before this is called "Be Heard Now"), this one made the biggest impression and gave me practical take-aways. I don't flatter myself that I'll ever get called to do a TED talk on one of the areas of my expertise (family traditions and modern quilt making), but I can already see ways to make my talks more vivid, memorable and concise. I've already completely overhauled one of the speeches I give most often on family traditions, using his "rule of 3" and other templates.

Now, a lot of the book seems to be written directly for business types, and Gallo gives lots of examples of CEOs and marketing honchos whose talks he helped whip into shape. But I really felt that the specifics are applicable to any type of speech, and clearly, the TED talkers come from all sorts of backgrounds and pursuits. One of the biggest and most needed messages of Talk Like TED is that great speeches don't just come out of peoples' mouths in off-the-cuff ramblings, even if they are masters or icons of their respective fields. To be a truly powerful speaker, and this is similar to writing, you have to be a good editor, willing to pare down to the bone. The other most important point, to me, is that great speeches are performance art, and we all have enough ham in us, given the right topic, to perform rather than read a good speech.

So, get this book! Even if you only speak at church or in small local groups. Even if you never speak publicly, but love watching the TED talks on YouTube: this volume is like a companion study guide for finding and appreciating the best of the best TEDs.
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Can this book make you a more effective speaker? 28 mars 2014
Par Brian Kodi - Publié sur
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It depends. A book such as this must accomplish 3 objectives:

1. Provide effective and practical advice
2. Keep the reader engaged throughout
3. Motivate the reader to act

On the first objective, the material does a bang up job. Mr. Gallo obviously has the credentials and experience to offer a worthy thesis on public speaking. On page 3, however, Mr. Galo states this book “represents a bold, fresh, contemporary, and compelling style that will help you win over your audience.” A few sentences before this ambitious claim he states, “These are techniques I’ve used for years to coach CEOs, entrepreneurs, and leaders who have invented products or run companies that touch your life every day.” So which is it then? Are these “bold, fresh, contemporary” ideas gleaned from TED presentations or tried and true techniques devised by Mr. Gallo and used for years in his business practice? Has Mr. Gallo used his research of TED to reinforce his long held beliefs, thereby his conclusions are biased, or was he able to remain objective throughout?

And this is what brings us to the 2nd objective of keeping the reader engaged, which I would give an average grade to. Mr. Gallo could have reduced the content in half and accomplished just as much. The anecdotes are excessive, and the self promotions could have been toned down a little.

Unfortunately, on the 3rd objective of motivating the reader to act, Mr. Gallo gets a below average grade. Actions that serve the purpose of improving one’s presentation skills go beyond viewing YouTube clips of past TED presentations. Mr. Gallo spends relatively little time in emphasizing practice. On the science of effective presentation, the book falls short as well, perhaps because there isn’t a plethora of research on the subject. And maybe science is unnecessary. Be passionate about your topic, offer novel material, use appropriate humor and practice your presentations incessantly. There isn’t much more to becoming an effective presenter. Not everyone is a natural at this, but everyone can improve and use these skills not just in public speaking, but interpersonal communication as well.

This book gets an average score overall. You will find all the practical advice you need to become an effective speaker, but beyond that there isn’t a whole lot else because there isn’t a whole lot else to elaborate on. There’s not much to effective public speaking beyond a few basics and lots of practice, e.g. at your local toastmaster club which was surprisingly not mentioned in the book.
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