Public Speaking: 7 Proven Principles for Delivering a Powerful Presentation for TED Talk Aspiring Speakers

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Public speaking is a skill most people fear, dread, and actively avoid. Yet it is also one of the most invaluable skills a person can possess, in any field. This book is the culmination of a lifetime of work, research, and personal experience in public speaking. It covers preparation methods, vocal tonality, body language, common pitfalls, tips, tricks, and the ultimate psychology and methodology that goes into becoming an amazing public speaker. It will break down every crucial aspect of a presentation, speech, or performance. This includes mental exercises, vocal warm-ups, personal mantras, practical tips, and much more.

This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to conquer your fear of public speaking and improve your skills in spontaneous speaking as well as in prepared speeches.

Becoming a great speaker takes time and a lot of practice, but as long you follow the advice I give in this book, you will have the tools necessary to become a proficient speaker.

I wrote this book because I know your pain all too well. You will learn why as you listen further. Just rest assured that you are not alone and that this journey you’re taking has been well traversed by countless others – and what is inside here is the advice and learning of others who have made this journey and learned from it.

Here is a preview of what you’ll learn:


  • Improving your speaking skills
  • Improving your listening skills
  • Simple exercises to calm your nerves
  • Achieving presence of mind to deliver your speech/presentation well
  • Specific strategies to be prepared for your speeches and presentations
  • Capturing the audience’s attention
  • Managing your audience’s reaction
  • Much, much more!


Take action today and get good at public speaking. It’s life changing!


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