5 Brilliant Steps For Crushing Your Next Presentation With Nancy Duarte

Welcome To Episode #3 of Season 8

Like anything, a good presentation comes with a good structure. In this episode, TED advisor Nancy Duarte shares her process for creating compelling talks that move people.

Nancy is the co-brains behind some of the world’s most infamous presentations. Her company Duarte.com and their team of 120 employees have worked with Al Gore, ESPN, Twitter, Cisco, Hewlett Packard, The Food Network, and many others.


In today’s episode, Nancy unpacks what she calls a “Venture Scape”. A process of transferring a compelling story to others found in her new book “Illuminate: Ignite Change Through Speeches, Stories, Ceremonies, and Symbols”.

Powerful Quotes From This Episode:

  • If they knew what you knew, they would do as you do.
  • The future isn’t a place we’re going to go; it’s a place you get to create.
  • Words that are carefully framed and spoken are the most powerful means of communication.
  • Life is counterintuitive. Don’t forget that.
  • Love others as you love yourself.
  • I had to like myself before I could love others.
  • Healed people heal people.

Watch Nancy’s TED Talk

Did you enjoy our conversation? Anything stand out? Let me know in the comments below.

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  1. Wow, amazing to hear about Nancy’s childhood.

    This was also the first podcast I’ve heard where the opening words were a quote from the guest. What a great way to start!


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