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TEDx, Ignite, and Pecha Kucha: Creating a Stellar Application
SECTION 1: What is a Public Speaking Event and Who Should Apply?
Lecture 1: Welcome! (1:45)
Lecture 2: Introduction to Margaret Watts Romney (1:21)
Lecture 3: What Distinguishes a Public Speaking Event from a lecture series or story slam event? (1:50)
Lecture 4: Checklist: Should You Apply to a Public Speaking Event? (0:47)
SECTION 2: Which Public Speaking Event is a Match For You?
Lecture 1: Don’t Skip This! 3 Guiding Values of TED (4:15)
Lecture 2: The Difference between TED and TEDx (1:07)
Lecture 3: A Brief History of PechaKucha (2:00)
Lecture 4: A Brief History of Ignite (1:43)
Lecture 5: Summary: How to Choose Which Public Speaking Event is a Match for You (0:50)
SECTION 3: Discovering your Core Idea
Lecture 1: Your Core Idea is a Gift to the Audience (3:20)
Lecture 2: Nine Questions to Find Your Core Idea (7:20)
Lecture 3: Six Lenses to Examine Your Core Idea (6:33)
SECTION 4: Application time!
Lecture 1: Put Yourself in the Curator Seat (2:27)
Lecture 2: The Three Ways Speakers Are Chosen (2:02)
Lecture 3: Being Invited to Speak (4:47)
Lecture 4: Being Recommended to Speak (3:13)
Lecture 5: Applying Online (1:21)
Lecture 6: Not So Great, Great, and Super Great Online Applications
Lecture 7: Live Application (4:23)
Lecture 8: Finding Events
Lecture 9: Last Words of Advice (2:17)
SECTION 5: Steps to Take After Your Application
Lecture 1: Why Are We Doing This? The Power of Public Communication (2:29)
Lecture 2: Don’t Do This Alone (1:59)
Lecture 3: If You Are Not Accepted (2:59)
Lecture 4: When You Are Accepted - Congratulations! (2:39)
Lecture 5: Well Done and Thank You! (0:54)
Lecture 1: Welcome!
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