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How to Deliver a TED Talk (Free eBook)

I’m giving away FREE copies of two of my best books. The only thing I ask of you is to leave a review on Amazon or on your blog when you finish reading the books.


1. How to Deliver the Perfect TED Talk (FREE Today Only)

Learn the secrets of delivering powerful TED Talks (or any other speech or presentation”.

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Click the cover to learn how to deliver the perfect TED Talk (or any other speech or presentation)

Click the cover to learn how to deliver the perfect TED Talk (or any other speech or presentation)

Download the book right now, before I start charging for it. You can download the book by signing up for an account on Amazon (if you don’t already have on) and then downloading the book onto your eReader of your laptop. The only thing I ask is that you leave me a review on Amazon after you’ve finished reading your book because that would really help me in the Amazon rankings.
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2. Storytelling Secrets for Electrifying Presentations (FREE Today Only)

Learn how to inspire and impact your audiences by studying the speeches of four world-class speakers: Lance Miller (2005 World Champion of Public Speaking), Erick Rainey (2 Time UK and Ireland Speech Making Champion), Loghandran Krishnasamy (2008 World Championship of Public Speaking 1st Runner Up) and Ian Humphrey (Top 9 Speakers in the World in 2010). You can get the book for free here:

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Download the books now so you don’t have to pay for them later!



P.S. Here’s what people are saying about my books:

“…step by step processes that can be used by anyone who wants to improve their presenting. Whether you are a presentation novice or a seasoned speaker there is something in this book for you”
Cath Daley
Presentation Specialist

“…Whether you are a new speaker learning the art of speaking, or a veteran looking for a new perspective, How to Deliver the Perfect TED Talk is a wise investment that can help take your speaking to a higher level.”
Michael Davis, Speaking CPR
Certified World Class Speaking Coach

“Great techniques and strategies for an amazing presentation”
William Stewart

“A simple roadmap to a great TED Talk”

“A quick, easy read full of practical tips”

“Hands-on-book to craft a mind-blowing memorable speech”
Tania de Winnie

How to Make a Great Presentation [Book Review]

Are you a newbie speaker? Is English your second language? Are you intimated by presenting in English? Do you wish you had a blueprint to help you prepare and deliver a powerful presentation?

I recently read the book “How to Make a Great Presentation” by Liam Lusk.


Presentation Skills for ESL

The book is written primarily for people who’ve never presented before (or who have very little experience speaking in public) and for whom English is a second language. If that sounds like you – stop reading and get the book now!

I’ve read several hundred books on presentation skills, and this is the only one I’ve come across which directly focuses on the needs of presenters who are not fluent English speakers and who have very little experience presenting. As someone who used to teach presentation skills to non-native English speakers in Hong Kong, I highly recommend the book to you and will be recommending it to my clients too.


Blueprint for Powerful Presentations

Here’s what I enjoyed most about the book: It provides a specific blueprint that anyone can follow to create and deliver a great presentation. Liam walks you through each aspect of the presentation (from introducing yourself to preparing your script to designing your Powerpoint). This step-by-step explanation is crucial for people who are newbie presenters.

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 9 Aspects of Public Speaking

The book is split into 9 sections, with each section covering one major aspect of presenting. The first chapter looks at the critical information you need in order to create a great presentation. In this section, Liam uses the acronym APT to describe the three things you need to know before you begin preparing your presentation.

Other sections in the book cover how to:

  • craft a compelling introduction
  • use your body effectively to convey your points
  • use a storyboard to visualize your presentation
  • create your speech script

Overall, the 9 sections in the book do a great job of covering the basics of public speaking.


Creating Compelling PowerPoint Presentations

My personal favorite chapter in the book was the chapter on Visuals. If you’re like most speakers who rely on text-heavy Powerpoint slides, applying the techniques you learn in this chapter will help you become twice the presenter that you are today. In my opinion, this chapter alone is worth the price of the book.


Recommended for New Speakers

Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Highly recommended if you’re a newbie presenter or a second-language speaker of English looking to learn how to deliver great presentations. The books contains some valuable gems – all for the price of a cup of coffee! Click here to buy the Kindle edition of the book from Amazon.