TED Talks are powerful. The TED machine can catapult you into infamy, which is why speakers clamor for the opportunity. I specialize in coaching TED speakers. I have coached many well-known TED, TEDWomen, TEDMed, and TEDx presenters and helped raise their visibility to tens of thousands and in some cases, several million online viewers.
I also help speakers develop TED-worthy talks, which are inspiring compact presentations that share a big idea. If you want to be successful in today’s speaking market, I highly recommend you learn how to give an excellent 20-minute presentation.
The Coaching Process
From helping you identify what you are truly passionate about to teaching you how to design and deliver “wow” moments audiences will still be talking about years after your presentation, I am 100% invested in your success. I work with you at every stage of your writing and delivery. Then I coach you how to rehearse like the best TED speakers, so you can be comfortable, prepared, and have the impact you want in front of an audience.
You will learn how to:
- Touch people’s hearts, teach them something new and present your content in awe-inspiring and memorable ways.
- Engage your audience with new and innovate ideas or a unique approach to your area of study.
- Become a masterful storyteller who can create a deeper and more meaningful connection to your listeners and help them get emotionally attached to your topic.
- Make your body language and verbal deliver genuine, natural and conversational, no matter how large your audience is.
- Use writing and presentation techniques that make your talk novel, compelling, and impossible to ignore.
- Create a vivid, multisensory experience to help your audience easily recall and retain your content.
- Use genuine and effective humor without telling jokes.
- Borrow tips from the most popular TED speakers and use them strategically in your presentation.
~Award-winning Filmmaker, TEDWomen and TEDMed Speaker
Watch coaching client, Sheva Rajaee give her TEDxUCLA talk “Addicted to the Answer: Anxiety in the Age of Information.”