Public Speakers:
The secret ingredient 
in 46 of the 50 most popular TED talks
(and how it's helped my clients to be swarmed after their speeches)
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Presented by:
Neil Gordon

Neil Gordon is a former member of the editorial staff of Dutton, a division of Penguin Random House, and has worked with numerous New York Times bestselling authors with both the written and spoken word. He has ghostwritten content featured on national shows like Ellen and Dr. Oz.
In this video, you will discover:
  • The secret ingredient used by 46 of the 50 most popular TED speakers, and how it will help you to rock every stage from which you speak
  • The real reason why most public speakers fail to connect with their audience, and the simple fix you can make that will ensure they become instant followers
  • Why outlining a clever acronym is the WORST way to form a talk, and the secret to keeping your audience at the edge of their seats from the moment you speak 
  • AND…how my clients transformed themselves onstage while still retaining the integrity of their message
WARNING: This content is above average in its awesomeness.
This means you will need to pay close attention or forever have to present to audiences who would prefer to look at their phones.
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