One of the most intimidating aspects of becoming a speaker is developing a powerful talk. Here to help us is Mike Pacchione.
Mike is an incredible speaker who also helps Speaker Lab students to develop their talks. On this episode of The Speaker Lab, we get into details like why lists work well as a speech, how to figure out what lesson you're sharing with your audience, and how to take the pressure off yourself.
Join us to hear that and much more on today's edition of The Speaker Lab.
Creating your talk is one of the basics of becoming a great speaker.
Joining us to lay out the details of this process is Harriet Turk. Harriet is a masterful speaker who also helps Speaker Lab students create their talks. On this episode, Harriet walks us through the basic steps, the role of stories and much more.
Tune in to hear it all on the 338th edition of The Speaker Lab.
How have you been pivoting in response to the pandemic? It's impacted the speaking industry and hear to tell us all about it is repeat guest and friend of the show, Clint Pulver.
We're catching up with Clint to hear about the pivots and shifts he's made during the pandemic into virtual speaking and what he sees as the long-term implications within the industry.
Join us to hear why he resisted virtual at first, the versatility virtual speaking offers and so much more on today's The Speaker Lab!
Do you need the solution to overthinking? If you stopped to think about it then you probably do! Our guest today has your answer.
Jon Acuff, masterful author and speaker, is here to talk about his latest book, Soundtracks: The Surprising Solution to Overthinking. On today's The Speaker Lab, Jon tells us what broken soundtracks are, specific ways to insert positive soundtracks into our lives and a few stories about bombing on stage.
You'll definitely want to hear his insights and tales so join us for episode 336 of The Speaker Lab!