I recently applied to do a talk at a TEDx event. For those of you who do not know what TED is, go to TED.com and look at some of their videos. They are pretty much the intellect's youtube. I got in and have been working diligently on my topic because my allotted time is 10 min. I will be doing the talk Saturday at around 8, and I feel like I am missing something. So I was wondering if you guys had any advice on what to add, what I should do in terms of gestures and statures. If you have never done a public speech or talk you can still post with advice, but I am not looking for obvious answers along the lines of 'don't fuck up' or 'talk clear'. If the talk is good enough, it will get uploaded to the actual site (which is something I want to shoot for ) My topic is based on how we let emotions cloud our judgment when redefining the idea of bullying, causing it to become something that it shouldn't be. I just want ideas, throw whatever you think might be interesting to add in, whether it be a personal experience of the bully or being bullied, your personal definitions, changes that morphed the definition to what it is now, and even solutions to it. If I can add it, I will add it.