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Spoony talking to the crowd

Become a Walking TED Talk

Ugo Cupcic
May 14, 2018 · 8 min read

Story

Why are you giving a talk?

The second most important thing to remember is that an interesting story has a rhythm.

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Remember that you’re telling a story — This beautiful drawing can be found here

Body

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A screen capture of my face during a talk — saying sorry to myself for that... My jaw is clenched and my smile appears forced. Source: vimeo
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Disturbing drawing of the larynx stretch exercise — hopefully helps with understanding the exercise

If you’re using a microphone to give your talk, eat an apple 15 minutes before talking.

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Be deliberate about mimes, you’re giving a show! — Photo by Fatih Kılıç on Unsplash

Final words


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