Keynote Speaker, Bestselling Author, Communication Coach
Carmine Gallo is a popular keynote speaker and internationally bestselling author. His new book,
The Storyteller’s Secret , features famous TED speakers, business legends and successful entrepreneurs who reveal why some ideas catch on and others don’t. Gallo is also the author of The Wall Street Journal bestsellers Talk Like TED and The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs. For more information or to sign up for Gallo’s newsletter, visit CarmineGallo.com
'What people are really talking about is being completely captivated by an obsession that they simply cannot imagine conducting their life without," says Michael Moritz.
The late Apple CEO was known for his harsh desire for the very best, encouraging others to push themselves beyond their comfort zones.
'It can sound corny, but if you don't talk to yourself the right way you can talk yourself out of your dreams,' Osteen says.
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The late Apple CEO turned the product launch into an art form, and leaves a legacy for public speakers to follow.
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The tech giant delivered the goods -- that is, exciting visuals without so many words -- when it unveiled its latest version of the popular smartphone.
The most successful entrepreneurs are freakishly enthusiastic about his or her idea. Ask yourself if you feel the same about your venture.
A VP at the company wowed the crowd at its recent developer conference. Here's how you can do the same at your next talk.
If you can't impress in a short amount of time, go back to the drawing board.
From an astronaut talking fear, Bill and Melinda Gates on giving up their wealth to a surprise appearance by an outlaw, here are some key takeaways from this year's event.
Don't let your slides distract an audience from the message you're delivering.
Many of the most persuasive TED Talks are packed with trios. You should follow the speakers' lead.
If your presentations have 'emotionally-charged events,' your message will stick with your audience.
People don't want to be barraged by numbers and statistics. Instead, connect with them on a personal level.
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