On Wednesdays, I am facilitating a brand new audience-centered series called The Wednesday Challenge. I’ll provide a prompt, and you leave a response in the “Comments” section. I’ll share the best comment along with a new prompt the following Wednesday.
Last week, I asked you to tell me about your favorite TED Talk and why that particular presentation resonated with you. Chiara Ojeda of Tweak Your Slides responded:
“My favorite TED talk (man this is actually really hard!) has to be Lisa Kristine’s ‘Photos that bear witness to modern slavery.’ When I first watched this talk I was floored–Lisa’s hauntingly beautiful imagery, richly detailed verbal imagery, superb poise, and moving call to action changed my perception of her subject and also taught me a few important lessons about crafting a message that sticks. Lisa uses her story, empathy towards her subjects, and concrete details/images to imprint the importance of bringing light to the issue of modern slavery on her audience. Such a beautiful talk!”
Lisa Kristine’s TED Talk is definitely one of my favorites. Check out a previous Creating Communication post called “Top Ten TED Talks Delivered By Women” to learn more about my favorite presentations by women at TED.
This week’s Wednesday Challenge is an activity AND a discussion:
Post a link to your favorite online resource for learning about public speaking and presentation. Tell me why this resource is so good.
I’ll share one of your responses next week.