TED Curator Chris Anderson's Tips for Better Public Speaking

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Back in 2006, Sir Ken Robinson gave a talk on the TED conference stage about how schools kill creativity. The video today has nearly 39 million views and helped launch Robinson's career as a best-selling author. Chris Anderson, the curator of the TED talks, says there's a lot of preparation that goes into those videos. In his new book, "Ted Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking," he offers advice on how to give a successful speech.


Chris Anderson, curator, TED; author of "TED Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking"