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SNI compiled some examples of a few advanced methods and techniques taken from some of the best public presentations ever produced by TED Talks. Enjoy.

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  4. TED TALK: The secret structure of great talks by Nancy Duarte 1. Follow the path of influential speeches Show “what is”1 Show “what could be” 2 Repeat pattern and end with a “new bliss” that is the result of that change. 3 Tweet This
  5. Register Speak in a deeper voice. Deeper voices are associated with authority. Timbre The way your voice feels. People prefer rich, smooth and warm voices. Prosody The melody of how we speak. Avoid monotone. Pace Varying the speed of your speech in a controlled manner, and strategically using silence. Pitch Similar to pace, varying pitch can change the feeling or message that comes from a statement. Volume The use of loud and soft speech can add emphasis or cause your audience to listen carefully, respectively. TED TALK: How to speak so that people want to listen by Julian Treasure 2. Use the tools in your vocal toolbox Tweet This
  6. TED TALK: The best stats you’ve ever seen by Hans Rosling 3. Be engaged Be familiar enough with your presentation so that you can be excited and animated while you present, rather than just reading information from a screen. In doing this, your audience will want to stay engaged with you. Know your data and be excited about it Tweet This
  7. TED TALK: How to pitch to a VC by David S. Rose 4. Keep their attention Research shows that people’s attention spans start to drop off after about 18 minutes. Keep it short Use headlines instead of bullet points. Use images. Give them a broad idea, but keep them focused on you. Do’s and Don’ts Tweet This
  8. TED TALK: How great leaders inspire action by Simon Sinek 5. “The Golden Circle” what people do why they do it how they do it what how why The “Golden Circle” discusses three topics that come up in presentations: The most common practice is to present them in that order; however, several successful people have presented them in the opposite order. This allows the audience to connect more deeply with the idea. 1 2 3 Tweet This
  9. TED TALK: Once upon a time, my mother... by Carmen Agra Deedy 6. Connect with the audience Allow for interaction within the presentation. Draw parallels between your topic and the audience by presenting familiar situations in a relatable way. Deedy tells a simple story about an outing to the store with her mother, she finds connecting points with the audience and creates an interesting tale from something that could easily be seen as mundane. Tweet This
  10. TED TALK: Your body language shapes who you are by Amy Cuddy 7. Body language Body language affects our behaviors. For example, we smile when we’re happy, but we also feel happier when we smile. Keep your posture open and spread out, rather than hunched over and closed off. TIP: An experiment was performed wherein people were randomly asked to hold specific poses that, unknown to the subjects, had been classified as “high power” and “low power,” then held those poses for two minutes. Those who took the “high power” poses experienced a significant increase and decrease in hormones that promote feelings of dominance and stress, respectively, while those who took “low power” poses experienced the opposite effect. The results: Tweet This
  11. TED TALK: How I beat stage fright by Joe Kowan 8. Break the ice Joe Kowan talks about his struggles with stage fright as he worked to become a folk singer. Eventually, he wrote a song about stage fright and how he was feeling. Doing this, he connected with the audience, and they were able to feel more comfortable watching him, because they no longer had to feel uncomfortable for him. This follows along with the practice of telling a joke before a talk, or even poking gentle fun at oneself in moderation.ha ha ha Tweet This
  12. SOURCES: http://www.ted.com/talks/nancy_duarte_the_secret_structure_of_great_talks http://www.ted.com/talks/julian_treasure_how_to_speak_so_that_people_want_to_listen http://www.ted.com/talks/hans_rosling_shows_the_best_stats_you_ve_ever_seen http://www.ted.com/talks/david_s_rose_on_pitching_to_vcs#t-92339 http://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_how_great_leaders_inspire_action http://www.ted.com/talks/carmen_agra_deedy_spins_stories http://www.ted.com/talks/amy_cuddy_your_body_language_shapes_who_you_are http://www.ted.com/talks/joe_kowan_how_i_beat_stage_fright Click here to view the full infographic: