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Sep 19, 2022

Perhaps the most important speech you’ll ever give is one that lasts only a few minutes. This speech is commonly known as a toast. My guest on this episode, Eddie Rice, discusses the art of both creating a toast and delivering it so that when you have the occasion to deliver a toast, it will be remembered for all...


Sep 12, 2022

As a speaker, two of the things you want to do are engage your audiences and set yourself apart from other speakers. And wouldn’t it be great if you could accomplish both of these at the same time? Well, that’s exactly what my guest, Gordon Stein, is going to help you do.

 

Takeaways

- The value of watching video...


Aug 29, 2022

Have you ever thought about the many advantages that being a value-driven podcast guest offers you and your brand growth? Well, if you have, or even if you’re thinking about thinking about it, listen to my conversation with Jason Cercone, and you’ll discover a dynamic, innovative, and fun way to build your brand....


Aug 25, 2022

(3rd in a 3-Part Series) Do you use slides in your presentations? If so, do you use them in a way that helps your listeners immediately understand their meaning and how it supports your talk, or do they confuse your audience or otherwise distract from your talk?

 

In this episode, you’re going to hear a few ideas that...


Aug 22, 2022

Why do you speak? Is it for the sake of speaking, or do you speak as a means to an end? I often say, don’t speak to inform; speak to transform, while my guest, Roy Osing, puts it a little differently. He suggests you speak not to the logical side of the brain but the emotional side so you can, as he puts it,...