Published on Jan 19, 2015
The idea of speaking in front of a lot of people is nerve-wrecking to me. But I’m not the only one. Public speaking can be freighting for many people, especially if you’re afraid of sounding like you don’t know what you’re doing.
Imagine a roller-coaster. You feel high, and suddenly drop in cold sweat, your arms feel weak, your knees start shaking, and then you forget how to speak completely! It can be overwhelming.
But don’t sweat. In this TED talk, Will Stephen shows how that you can always seem smart, even when you don’t know what you are talking about. Just like a politician who gets in front of a large audience and BS their way to public office.
Check it out and share!
Education, intelligence, public speaking, ted talks