Here are Best Ted Talks 2019. They are Secrets Worth Spreading.

With respect to whatever you do in life, we totally understand that you don`t have endless hours to lean over your macbook watching all those recently released Ted Talks, especially when (if talking frankly) not all of them are worth your time. So we have done the...

How to Write a Killer Intro

The introduction is your chance to captivate the audience. Their attention and willingness to listen to you for the next 5, 15 or 30 minutes depend on the way you start the first 15 seconds.  In 1962, Bennet Murdock in his article called "Serial Position Effect...

How to pick a speech topic your audience will actually love

We’ve all been there. You have a speech booked at Toastmasters (or something similar) and you have no idea what to talk about. It’s understandable that the task can seem so daunting. Picking a topic for a prepared speech can be like choosing a plot for that novel...
Focusing on how to search for interesting videos

Focusing on how to search for interesting videos

It is easy to get lost in the ocean of videos of public speaking presentations online. The search that stands out the most is for TED and TEDx talks and, even so, there is an endless supply of videos with the most varied topics, styles, length, etc. TED has been...

Practicing Backwards

Practicing Backwards

They say there's no glory in practising but without practice, there is no glory. I'd like to introduce you to a process that I've used frequently to practice my speech: Practising Backwards. It's a process that makes deliberate practice much more bearable, and much...

An impostor the world craves listening to

An impostor the world craves listening to

Your boss asked you to speak, to present on stage. You grabbed it, didn’t want to miss out on an opportunity. Maybe this would lead to the next promotion, you never know. But that was last week. Now you think that you have nothing good to say, you think that you’re an...

Do your worst. Just. Do.

Do your worst. Just. Do.

They say do your best. Whatever you do, do your best. Everyone says it again and again, so it must be right. But what if I told you it's misleading. The most important part of the phrase lies in the very first word.   Do.   Don't just sit there. Do. Refrain...