A talk about talks with Chris Anderson

Are you folks in the greater Boston area looking for some inspirational talk? Are you a public speaker in the making? Are you eager to get your words out there but are not quite sure how to? If so, cancel all your evening plans and head towards Cambridge on May 3 rd to a TED talk by the renowned Chris Anderson at Harvard University’s Brattle Hall to learn the secrets of creating your own unforgettable talks. Be prepared for a talk about talks with Chris Anderson!


Chris Anderson is the curator of TED, a platform dedicated to ideas worth sharing. He started working for TED in 2002 and in 2009; he introduced the TEDx initiative that has today allowed local organizations all over the world to host thousands of TED-like events. He had worked behind the scenes with many great TED speakers like Bill Gates, Salman Khan, and Elizabeth Gilbert who have inspired us in the past and during this discussion-based event, you can work with him to be a great speaker too!


In this event, Chris Anderson will be discussing with you his book TED Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking that teaches your about how to stir excitement and make your talks effective without making them too long. Besides that, he will also be sharing a few of his tips and tricks on how to create outstanding, thrilling talks. So if you want to understand how the miracle of public speaking is achieved, you should definitely not miss this event!

Event Details:

When: May 3 rd , 2016, Tuesday at 6pm

Cost: $ 5


Brattle Theatre

40 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA 02138

For more details please contact:

Harvard Book Store

1256 Massachusetts Ave

Cambridge 02138

So, if you’re in the greater Boston area, make sure you mark your calendars and enjoy the Ted Talk!

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