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My Tedx Talk Speaking Experience

Posted by Bill Eckstrom

January 23, 2017

This was only going to be written if my Talk was successful, which TED determines by number of online views. Screw that. It was successful because we worked our butts off and did it. Yesterday we won, we all won—every speaker, the TEDx committee, the EcSell Institute team and me. Every audience member’s expectations, almost 2,000 of them, should have been exceeded and if they weren’t, shame on them.

The EcSell Institute continually preaches the obvious, “the performance of individuals and teams are a reflection of how they are coached," and this University of Nevada TEDx event certainly follows that theme. Dr. Bret Simmons, the event’s director, is a rock star. He is the kind of Coach I would (and did) follow into battle. He strategized, challenged, hugged, prodded and loved. As a result of him, the TEDx committee is equally as strong, and combined they made the event the most memorable professional experience I’ve had to date.

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Topics: TEDx Talk, Complexity Science

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