How can you make your voice heard in a noisy world? The key is public speaking and presentation literacy, and we can help: http://bit.ly/TMCPSApp
Storytelling is an ancient art; as humans developed language and culture, we learned to share our stories, thoughts, and dreams. And that storytelling evolved into public speaking, and our audience— thanks to the internet— is the whole world, not just a campfire. So how can we make our voices heard in such a busy space? Chris Anderson digs into why presentation literacy is the skill of the future.
Lesson by Chris Anderson, directed by Avi Ofer.
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