Yesterday’s Jubilee X TEDxWarsaw was full of many inspiring and interesting presentations. I am happy to prepare speakers for their speeches and be part of the TEDxWarsaw team. There were, among others, presentations about body-positivity, the use of space resources to save our planet, taboos about child depression, short-term rent, teaching at the best school in the world, as well as climate change, debate, ecology and many more.
Some of this year’s performers include:
-Betty Q, “Positive body”
-Kamil Muzyka, “Can we save the Earth by going off-world?”
-Rafał Szymański, “Depression is our children’s kidnapper”
-Radek Czekan, “Debate once a day”
-Izabella Gorczyca, “Let’s make room for man in school”
-Agnieszka Trzeszczak, “Women for drums- do you have to be good at music?”
-Joanna Erbel, “Rent will change everything”
-Paulina Grabowska, “A super natural future”
-Maciek Ryś, “The power of people”
-Leszek Orzechowski, “Embodied energy of Martian societies”
-Grzech Piotrowski, “One world”
The entire conference can be viewed on the Youtube channel.
Hall in “Mała Warszawa” before the arrival of the audience
Agnieszka in her speech "Baby to Garów"
The whole TEDx Warsaw team - so many people have already been working on the June event for several months.
Team Speaker Curators 🙂
Pictures – our irreplaceable Tomasz Piotrowski 🙂
Once a year our team organizes an “Open audition”, where you can present a demo of your idea for a speech. If you want to be a TEDx speaker and join our community, follow the TEDxWarsaw fan page carefully. We will be publishing information about upcoming auditions there.
Hello. Welcome to my blog. I work as a public speaking trainer, mentor and head os speakers for TEDx Warsaw and I am certified coach at PCC level. I also help, among others, lawyers, vocalists, actors, lecturers and business people in preparation for their speeches in front of hundreds of people in the audience, as well as in conducting small meetings or presentations.
My professional path has led me through many years of music education, but also SGH and psychological studies. As the only Polish woman I performed in the Cuban musical “Conoce mi Cuba”. For many years I worked on controlling the stage fright that kept me awake at night. I have always wondered how to manage the internal critic, not to worry about the opinion of others, and how to build a real sense of confidence on stage. Now I know the answer. Recently, I have given countless interviews, which made me aware of the importance of confidence in front of the camera.