- How to get past the obvious and identify the real story that will become your script
- Vulnerability, intrigue and more: the qualities that take TED talks viral
- What to leave out of your talk
- Structures and how much you can get into the shorter formats
- How to decide whether you benefit from props, slides, or a demonstration
- Considerations that will help you plan for the video
- Top delivery tips specific to TED talks, from strong starts to gesture, pace, and vocalizing
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"Denise prepared for my TEDMED talk. I don't mind speaking to small groups or teaching, but the idea of performing -- what a horror. I'm the valedictorian who skipped town and missed her graduation because she didn't want to explain why she wouldn't / couldn't give the class graduation speech. How was this basket case of a speaker supposed to do a TEDMED talk in front of a thousand people? -- Denise helped me make it happen!"