- Paperback: 59 pages
- Publisher: Amazon Digital Services; 3 edition (11 January 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1507503008
- ISBN-13: 978-1507503003
- Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 0.5 x 20.3 cm
- Customer Reviews: 410 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #87,246 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Ted Talks Storytelling: 23 Storytelling Techniques from the Best Ted Talks Paperback – 11 January 2015
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Top international reviews
The only thing is we seem to forget about storytelling when it comes to business. We become boring, banal and obsessd with powerpoint. That’s because we haven’t been taught how to structure and deliver our message in a story format.
This book will change that instantly. It’s powerful, punchy and immediately usable. I have read many of the Amazon Best Selling books on storytelling for business and this book absolutely stands out as the best in terms of content, relevance and brevity.
Well done Akash.
I've learned so much in only so little pages. For people who want to learn how to hold a presentation, speak in public or just tell a story perfectly and don't have time to waste reading books of over 500 words, this book is exactly what you need.
An added bonus is that it lead me to some of the most amazing an inspiring TED talks I've ever heard. I highly recommend it!
This book is very shallow - even if you have never given a presentation, speech, or talked before, it’s hard to see how you could gain anything of value from these pages. Even if you are after a very high level, superficial, and basic introduction to storytelling (as part of a presentation) there are much, much better books out there.
At best, this is nothing more than a vanity project by someone that is trying hard to come across as an expert without actually being one.
I got this for £1.99 and consider it £1.98 overpriced.
This really is the art of the possible broken down into clear, concrete advice on how to communicate your message effectively to achieve the outcome you seek.