Creating your TEDx talk
Constructing a TEDx Talk takes a lot of discipline and creativity. It is a different process to most public speaking engagements in that we work TOGETHER to help you present YOUR idea in the best possible way. We are here to give you support and guidance throughout the process.
On this page you will find resources to help you craft your talk. If you have any questions call your speaker coach - we are here to help you, to guide you and hear you practice (again, and again, and again!).
Remember: Structure - Brevity - Purpose
Are there any rules?
The most important rule is that for TEDxStowe your time limit is 10 minutes (not the usual 18)
Other than that, there are only 4 rules for TEDx Speakers
1) No Selling from the stage
2) No Political Agendas
3) No religious proselytizing
4) Only good science
These are explained in further detail HERE. If you are concerned that you are breaking one of these rules call us.
Chris Anderson - TED's secret to Public speaking
Speaker workshops are critical to helping you present your idea. TED talks are much more curated than most public speaking engagements. It's YOUR idea- we are here to help you give the clearest, most engaging version of that idea. Workshops help focus your talk, give you suggestions and improvements and build your confidence.