I've just been reminded an old HBR article by Chris Anderson about giving killer presentations.
It was fascinating to read about and see how TED prepares its speakers.
I've often wondered how TED speakers come across so confident and compelling. No, they don't use teleprompters or note cards. Whilst there is definitely a process to follow in preparing a story, in the end it comes down to a lot of preparation and feedback.
I'm certainly going to take the storytelling route in preparing for the KIN Spring Workshop - I hope you find Chris' advice useful too.