Your Free Resources
Thanks for being in the #ATTExtern session. I’ve put together a bunch of FREE resources for you. No email optin, no sale, no payment, no catch. I hope that these serve you well.
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Audiobook: TED Talks Storytelling
This audiobook has over 150 five-star reviews on Amazon. You can download it for free by clicking the link below.
How to Create Captivating Speech Openings
This short guide covers the basics of storytelling. It’s a no-fluff, straight-to-the-point book designed to share the most essential aspects of business storytelling.
Top 3 Humor Techniques from TED Talks
This is an in-depth guide on how to craft and deliver TED-style talks and presentations. It starts off pretty basic, and then gets more advanced as you read on.
Habit Case Study
A lot of you expressed interest in the “if-then” technique. I cover that technique, as well as other behavioral interventions, in this guide on how to build better habits.
More Resources Coming to Your Inbox
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I also have a couple of other posts and videos that may be interesting to you:
1. [VIDEO] I used to be a TERRIBLE public speaker
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3. [POST] What’s your DO-NOT list?
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5. [VIDEO] Questions are the key