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6 Ways Tony Robbins Masters Public Speaking

This blog is written from the perspective of Kenny Nguyen.

Over the weekend, I had a chance to watch Tony Robbins’ new, I Am Not Your Guru, special on Netflix. I watched it again the next day… Then again, a couple of days later.

It was that good. 

Besides the captivating messages on how to better one’s self, and the heartwarming stories featured, Robbins truly exemplified what it takes to be a world-class presenter (if you haven’t seen it yet, do yourself a favor and check it out).… Continue Reading →

The Big Fish Experience presented at Talks@Google

In March, Kenny and Gus had the honor of speaking about Big Fish Presentations’ new book The Big Fish Experience at Google NYC. Google finally released the video to the public, and our team would like to share it with you.

[If you can’t see the above video, please follow the link here.]

 

Warning! Spoilers of key points mentioned throughout the video:

  • Engaging Content + Simplistic Design + Powerful Delivery = Presentation Experience
  • Great presentation content requires structure, a call to action, and a big idea.
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Presentation Styles: Old School vs. New School

It’s an age-old argument.  Whether it’s music, fashion or lifestyle, people are constantly debating the pros and cons of old vs. new.  Do fundamentals outweigh breakthroughs?  Is a fresh approach more effective than maintaining tradition?

These questions are often very difficult to answer.  However, they are worth exploring.

At Big Fish, we frequently ponder this issue when it comes to giving and designing presentations.  … Continue Reading →