Carmine Gallo is the international bestselling author of Talk Like TED. He is a communications coach for a number of widely admired brands - among them Pfizer, LinkedIn, Intel and Coca Cola - and a popular keynote speaker who teaches the world's most respected business leaders how to deliver dynamic presentations and share inspiring stories. He is a columnist for Forbes.com and Entrepreneur.com and head of GALLO Communications in California.
@212Harvest @Harvest37 Thanks, Fred! Storytelling is a competitive advantage. I hope you like the book.
by @carminegallo - 3 hours ago
@thefitbrarian Lindsey, I'd love to hear more about the TED club at the high school
by @carminegallo - 22 hours ago
Visited @stagsleapwinecellars today. This vineyard put #napavalley on the map. Great story https://t.co/xbSwngBKC3
by @carminegallo - yesterday
Thanks for suggesting my books. Storytelling is best tool for getting ideas across https://t.co/tKJN49y4Un
by @carminegallo - 2 days ago
RT @KitMcginnity: The power of speech: Business leaders who make #communciation skills a priority will stand out in 2017 https://t.co/eEbvu…
CarmineGalloAuthor - 21 minutes ago
We love seeing posts like these from our readers. I'm grateful. Thank you!
CarmineGalloAuthor - yesterday
Thanks to one of our readers for including "The Storyteller's Secret" as one of his favorite new audiobooks. We're in good company! Pick up a copy today in hardcover, Kindle, Audible, or audio.
CarmineGalloAuthor - 6 days ago
In any language, "Talk Like TED" pairs with coffee, tea, and wine. Keep posting your photos!
Thanks to Barnes & Noble for featuring "Talk Like TED" in paperback as Best In Business for the month of January. Drop in to your local B&N to purchase, and take your presentations (and career) to another level.
CarmineGalloAuthor - 8 days ago
We're thrilled that "The Storyteller's Secret" has launched in Japanese. A popular weekly newspaper featured it today in its books section. In the book, I include a chapter on the Japanese presentation that earned Tokyo the rights to host the 2020 Summer Olympics. Data wrapped in story wowed the IOC judges.
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