کتاب اصول سخنرانی و فن بیان به روش TED

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Since taking over TED in the early 2000s, Chris Anderson has shown how carefully crafted short talks can be the key to unlocking empathy, stirring excitement, spreading knowledge, and promoting a shared dream. Done right, a talk can electrify a room and transform an audience’s worldview. Done right, a talk is more powerful than anything in written form. This book explains how the miracle of powerful public speaking is achieved, and equips you to give it your best shot. There is no set formula; no two talks should be the same. The goal is for you to give the talk that only you can give.


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معرفی کتاب اصول سخنرانی و فن بیان به روش TED از نگاه کاربران
Kai aš esu TED konferencijų mėgėjas, tai ši knyga man tikrai patiko. Nemažai praktinių patarimų ruošiantis pristatymui, dirbant su pristatymo medžiaga, bei ruošiantis kalbėti viešai prieš daug žmonių arba kelis klausytojus. Daug sužinojau apie minčių dėstymą ir beveik pradedu suprasti kodėl man taip sunku sklandžiai išdėstyti savo mintis. Bandysiu pritaikyti šiuos patarimus praktikoje ir rašyti suprantamesnius tekstus ir pasakojimus iš savo nuotykių.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
Probably one of the finest books written about public speaking.
The book is filled with the public speaking experiences of TED speakers. The thing I loved most about this book is that it doesnt ask the reader to follow a definite advice, it makes the reader decide his own speaking style by giving a variety of options.
I can listen to Chris Anderson all the day !!!

مشاهده لینک اصلی
O carte pe care am citit-o cu caietul de notițe și cu laptop-ul lângă mine, căutând discursurile la care făcea referiri. O carte care te face să vrei să ții un discurs în care să aplici tot ce te învață și pe care îți dorești să o fi citit și profesorii tăi înainte de ți preda. Cu siguranță următorul discurs îl voi pregăti cu această carte în față.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
If you could *read* or *hear* what a man or woman has to say, why would you actually want to SEE them speak? Public speaking is hardwired into our brains: from the time we gathered around a campfire to listen to some blind old man with a long white beard (not Gandalf), or watch Socrates deliver his famous symposiums. We like the energy of...being there. The experience of attending a great talk can fire up your brain cells and expand your consciousness. It can inspire you. Or when used for insidious purpose, make you do evil things. Chris Anderson is the curator of TED Talks and he helps you understand all this and more. (Audiobook version).

مشاهده لینک اصلی
A big point made by the author is that Substance matters more than Style. But one of the notorious failings of TED talks is that they are too often sizzle with no steak. Some of his specific models are merely great ads for lousy books, like when you go to a movie and it turns out every good scene was in the trailer.

Beyond that, especially for an audiobook about speaking, it is disappointing because it breaks many of its own good rules, e.g.: find a narrative instead of delivering a laundry list, keep it short, dont start by mentioning your colleagues, dont talk about your outfits background, dont bury your most interesting point, etc. Overall, this is just an OK list of reasonable public speaking tips, e.g. @be yourself.@

For most people, I think its much more helpful to read:
@How

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