Would you like to do a TEDx talk?
Rise Wilson- Founder of The Laundromat Project
This is Rise Wilson’s YouTube video that forever and a day can be visited by hundreds, thousands and millions of viewers who subscribe to YouTube.
Rise Wilson is the founder of The Laundromat Project – How Making Art is a Practice Space for Becoming A Change Agent. Ms. Wilson also happens to be my niece.
You should really consider it.
Why? Because when you give a really good TEDx talk, it’s not uncommon for the video of your talk to be seen on YouTube by hundreds of thousands of people all around the world.
Imagine someone Googling your name and the first thing they see is a TEDx talk with more than 300,000 views. That’s credibility!
But of course, there’s a lot you need to know to make this happen.
First, most TEDx organizers are flooded with applications from far more would-be speakers than they can accept. Plus, many only accept those based on very narrow criteria, such as being associated with a given university.
Second, the quality of the video you’ll get from your TEDx talk varies dramatically depending on the organizer – which is a huge problem, since coming away with a really compelling, well-edited video on YouTube is the biggest payoff of your talk. A not-so great video might be worse than none at all.
My friend Steve Harrison and his team have helped 19 of his clients land TEDx talks in the last few years. They’ve learned an enormous amount in the process, and they’ll be sharing some of that wisdom in a live web class this Thursday.
Join Steve’s free web class on “How to Land a TEDx Talk (and Other Tips for Becoming a Successful Speaker)” this Wednesday, November 15th, at your choice of 2pm Eastern (11 am Pacific) or 7 pm Eastern (4 pm Pacific).
Here’s a sneak peek at what Steve and Geoffrey Berwind, one of the world’s foremost public speaking and storytelling experts, will show you on the web class:
– How delivering a really good TEDx talk can be a huge boost to your career.
– What you need to know about the process of landing a TEDx talk.
– Want to write a book but it’s not out yet? Discover why you might considering doing a TEDx talk first.
– Actual case histories of authors, experts and entrepreneurs who landed TEDx talks… what they learned… plus how they made it pay off.
– 3 ways to instantly improve any talk you give.
– What a “signature story” is and why it’s so important you have one.
– 5 of the most important things every speaker should know about storytelling.
– And more!
https://m164.isrefer.com/go/QLTEDxLivecast/A13522/ <= register free