Every year– as I work with the amazing speakers who take the stage– I’m blown away by the IDEAS for IMPACT these people bring into the world. Even the speakers– as they get to know each other during our group
It’s Fall in the Northern Hemisphere! With four children back in school this means: applying for college, (my oldest son is a senior), work, school dances, raking leaves, AND organizing a TEDx event for 1,200 people (coming up
Last Saturday my husband and I were invited to my friend, neighbor, and Editor-in-Chief Linda’s party. She had designed a gathering especially to celebrate her daughter, Sarah’s “Going Steady” milestone. As I sat at my table, I simply took
I’ve created a FRAMEWORK which my clients use to create their TED Talks. It breaks down the presentation into different key elements that contribute to an overall great talk. This is NOT A FORMULA–nor a cookie cutter, step-by-step process.
So how can YOU prepare to MEET your audience where they are? Remember–an “audience” can be one person or thousands of people. It can be your child, your partner, a colleague, or a room packed with people gathered to