Want to make it to the TED stage? Tips to make it happen.
We’ve all seen a TED talk we really love. Maybe it changed your life in some way, made you laugh, made you cry, or made you think differently about your own future. As a speaker, it has probably crossed your mind that you would like to give your own TED talk. But how? What would you say? Do you have an idea worth spreading?
On today’s episode, I interview Julia Mines, a TED speaker coach who has worked with speakers to improve their talks and share something memorable. We talk about the mistakes TED speakers make, how much practice and prep it takes to make your talk impressive, where TED speakers fail, how to make your talk stage-ready, and how to look for the stories in your own life that are worth telling. Julia offers speech coaching and you can find her at juliamines.com.
If you’d like to watch my two TEDx talks, you can find them below:
- TEDxPennQuarter: Angela Lussier, Reinventing Work
- TEDxSpringfield: Angela Lussier, Becoming Who You Are
If getting to the TED stage is on your list of goals, you’ve come to the right place.
Listen to the Claim the Stage Podcast 73: Craft A Stage-Ready TED Talk with Julia Mines
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Angela Lussier is the founder of the Speaker Sisterhood and also an award-winning speaker, four-time author, and two-time TEDx presenter. She is the host of Claim the Stage, a public speaking podcast for courageous women. Her motto: Stop waiting. Start creating.