How Bryan Kramer Went From Reinventing Himself To TED

How Bryan Kramer Went From Reinventing Himself To TED

On this episode of Road To TED find out how Bryan Kramer went from feeling lost in his own business to speaking on the TED stage.

Here’s what we asked him

  1. About his “Heroes Journey”
  2. Does he consider himself a natural speaker
  3. What training did TED put him through
  4. Of all the training, what is the one thing that stood out most as a breakthrough
  5. How he used emotion in his talk
  6. What exactly TED IBM is
  7. How his life has changed as a result of speaking at TED
  8. What advice would he give to other speakers

About Bryan

Bryan Kramer is one of the world’s foremost leaders in the art and science of sharing, and has been credited with instigating the #H2H human business movement in marketing and social. With over 300K social fans and followers, and an intimate understanding of the intricacies and interworking of both social technologies and social behaviors, Bryan is both a practitioner and authority on the subject.

In January 2014, Bryan’s first book “There is No B2B or B2C: It’s Human to Human #H2H” [link to purchase] rose to the #1 top selling spot in Business Books on Amazon in its first week. In January 2015, #H2H was named as the number 1 buzzword for 2015 by The Writer. His second title, “Shareology: How Sharing is Powering the Human Economy”, published by Morgan James Publishing will be released in July 2015.

Learn more about Bryan Kramer here.

Bryan’s Favorite TED Talk

Bryan’s TED Talk

Written by Mike Brooks

Mike is the founder of Nuclear Chowder Marketing, LLC and is dedicated to helping small businesses get more customers online. He is also a podcaster who hosts the Nuclear Chowder Online Marketing For Small Business podcast. His goal is to become a well-known public speaker.

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