#4 – Joan Halifax: Compassion and The True Meaning of Empathy
#5 – Bill Gates: The Next Outbreak? We’re Not Ready
#6 – Steve Jobs’ 2005 Stanford Commencement Address
#7 – Sir Ken Robinson: How to Escape Education’s Death Valley
#8 – Bill Bernat: How to Connect with Depressed Friends
#9 – Paul McEuen and Marc Miskin: Tiny Robots With Giant Potential
#10 – Mel Robbins: How to Stop Screwing Yourself Over
#11 – Astro Teller: The Unexpected Benefit of Celebrating Failure
#12 – Tony Fadell: The First Secret of Design is … Noticing
#13 – Elizabeth Gilbert: Success, Failure and The Drive to Keep Creating
#14 -Kate Bowler: “Everything Happens for a Reason” – And Other Lies I’ve Loved
#15 Jack Ma Speech at Lomonosov Moscow State University
If you want to deliver impactful speeches, you have to believe in what you are delivering. Never undermine every speech that you deliver. Believe it or not, some of which might act as a catalyst for individual and organizational transformation.
Craft your speeches and know what your audience wants from you. Do not deliver a speech for the sake of presenting. Remember that informative speeches educate, whereas emotional speeches lead people to “buy-in” for your ideas.
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