Has giving a TEDx talk always been on your bucket list? Do you wonder how others speakers get to deliver one, two or even more TEDx talks throughout their careers? And you think you have what it takes to do the same? Then you can't miss our next event. We're bringing together an eclectic mix of experienced TEDx speakers as well as a TEDx events organizer to share the ins and outs of how to give a TEDx talk. From advice on how to land a TEDx talk to practical tips on how to structure and organize your talk.
Damon Brown helps side hustlers, solopreneurs, and other non-traditional creatives bloom. A best-selling author, 2x startup founder, and 4x TED Speaker, Damon's latest title is Build From Now: How to Know Your Power, See Your Abundance & Nourish the World. Learn your strongest creative resources at www.buildfromnowquiz.com.
Dawn Reiss is a Chicago journalist who has written for The Washington Post, The New York Times, TIME, The Atlantic, U.S. News & World Report, Fortune.com, Chicago Tribune, Shondaland and many others. She is a former Dallas Morning News and Tampa Bay Times staff writer. Find her on Instagram and Twitter @DawnReiss or DawnReiss.com
Arthur Zards has been producing the Midwest's largest ideas based event, TEDxNaperville, since 2009. His speakers have amassed over 25 million YouTube views and growing. He has coached and shaped the ideas of over 250 distinct speakers, from high school students to billionaires, astronauts to Olympic medalists, and even an entire marching band. When not helping speakers be their best, he helps organizations create virtual events and experiences.
Moderator: Kate Hanley is a bestselling ghostwriter, author of How to Be a Better Person, and host of the "How to Be a Better Person" podcast. Kate has a dream of giving a Tedx talk and will not hesitate to ask the questions that will help us all leave the panel ready to go write and deliver a killer talk.