Public speaking is people’s #1 greatest fear. But why are we so scared of it? Is it because we’re afraid to be judged by others or is it because we aren’t passionate about the ideas we’re speaking about? When you get in front of an audience and you’re actually passionate about the idea, the fear vanishes. Your desire to spread knowledge and awareness is felt by the audience, neutralizing the fear of judgement.

This is why we’ve witnessed the rise of TED talks in recent years. When people speak on their greatest passions, the audience receives the content in full force. On this episode of Creative Warriors, we are joined by TEDx Lincoln Square organizers, Tricia Brouk & Jamie Broderick to discuss just what goes into a TEDx conference.


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