There is one common thread that runs throughout great TED talks. And it makes the talk compelling to almost anyone, regardless of the subject matter. Ready? Here it is: The presenter finds a way to make a personal, emotional connection with each member of the audience. There are five simple ways to do this and the great thing is, anyone can use them.
1. Create a Story
2. Use Humor with Care
3. Don’t Say Too Much
4. Have a “WOW” Moment
5. Use Great Visuals for Impact