Sir Ken Robinson’s TED talk isn’t just any other TED talk. At 38 million views, it’s the #1 TED talk ever. (Yes, you read that right – it’s the most viewed TED talk ever.) Like other great talks, this one
Leave your audience speechless: 5 presentation tips you can learn from the 2nd most popular TED talk ever
Need some presentation tips to help you nail your next business pitch, conference talk, or in-class presentation? Check out these 5 tips illustrated by Dr. Amy Cuddy’s TED talk on power posing. It’s the 2nd most viewed TED talk ever.
Why you should know your talk well enough that you can present without your slides
When I was in grad school, we sometimes had professors from other universities visit our department to give guest talks. One of these guest talks, however, didn’t go as planned. Things started out just as they always did: the speaker,
Word blunders at the Oscars
Some people trip at the Oscars (remember Jennifer Lawrence’s unfortunate mishap?). Other people end up insulting their award presenter. Cate Blanchett knows this all too well. In 2014, she received an Oscar for her role in Blue Jasmine. When she