66: Michael Port on The Art of Performance in Public Speaking

Michael Port

Michael Port

If you’ve watched shows like “Sex and The City” or “Law & Order” or “Third Watch”, you may have seen my guest for episode 66, Michael Port.

Michael is a former actor turned best-selling author of “Book Yourself Solid”; he’s also a keynote speaker, consultant and trainer.

Bust out your notepad’s because Michael gets deep on some really beneficial concepts related to public speaking.

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Sally Hogshead

Sally Hogshead

Did you know that by simply becoming more of YOURSELF in your presentations and speeches, you can become incredibly more fascinating to your audiences?

So says my guest, a National Speakers Association Hall of Fame speaker and best-selling author, Sally Hogshead.

Today, Sally joins What The Speak to share her secrets on becoming fascinating.

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Ryan Lee

Ryan Lee

If you’re like most people, you detest being pitched to and you can see it coming a mile away.

My guest for episode 63 feels the same way and never does so in his speeches.

He’s upfront about how his speech will go; he goes so far as to tell his audience they will have the opportunity to buy from him when he’s done. And his audiences love his candor in doing so!

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Monica Metzler

Monica Metzler

Have you gone to a technical talk or presentation completely excited about the topic, only to be frustrated by the speaker’s jargon and stiff delivery?

My guest for episode 62 has been there and she’s doing something to change that. Monica Metzler is the founder and president of the Illinois Science Council.

She has a passion and expertise for helping people in technical fields communicate with lay audiences. She excels at helping engineerings, scientists and technologists make complicated ideas accessible for everyone.

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Deanna Moffitt

Deanna Moffitt

What do you think it takes to tell a great story? Can it be learned or is it an innate talent you have to be born with?

Deanna Moffitt believes anyone can be a great storyteller and she knows what it takes to learn the craft. She is the host of the wildly popular “Story Session” show in Chicago, the “Story Sessions” podcast and the CEO and founder of Luminant Leadership. Luminant Leadership is a company devoted to motivating, inspiring and teaching others to lead through the power of storytelling.

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Peter Arvai

Peter Arvai

What would you think of a presentation tool that actually mimics your brain functions?

Joining me for another installment of What the Speak is the CEO of Prezi, Peter Arvai who has created just such a tool.

Prezi is a software that mimics how the brain comprehends and retains to help people better understand information that is presented to them.

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Jessica Kizorek

Jessica Kizorek

When you hear the words bad ass, what do you think of? Young, vibrant and full of attitude? That’s what my guest for episode 59 wants to convey with her bad ass brand.

Jessica Kizorek is an author, speaker, video producer and founder of the Bad Ass Business Women’s Movement. She’s also been named one of CNN’s Young People Who Rock.

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Ryan Avery

Ryan Avery

What does it take to be a world champion speaker? Not only does our guest for this episode know the answer, he is also the youngest world champion speaker ever. He is a full-time speaker and speaking coach of How to Be a Speaker, who helps leaders effectively communicate their messages.

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Vanessa Horn

Vanessa Horn

What would you think of a child who grew up being trained with Stephen Covey’s leadership program? Most of us would expect that child to grow into a powerful speaker and presenter.

And in Vanessa Horn’s case, we’d be right! Vanessa is a renowned speaker, business and speaking coach and author whose father had her listen to Stephen Covey’s leadership training at an early age. She has been featured across the nation on numerous media outlets, sharing her background and her insights.

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Oren Klaff

Oren Klaff

Have you ever wondered what it is that makes someone give an immediate “yes” to a sales pitch? What triggers that response and what hinders it?

My guest for episode 54 knows exactly what triggers create that response and what turns it off; and he shares it in this episode. Oren Klaff is an investment banker, best-selling author and keynote speaker who joins us to talk about pitching versus selling, the “crocodile brain” and neuroeconomics.

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Rick Altman

Rick Altman

When you hear Powerpoint presentation do you immediately stifle a yawn and reach for your cell phone?

My guest for episode 54 is on a crusade to change that! Rick Altman is an author, speaker, consultant and the presentation ninja behind Presentation Summit, a conference devoted to creating great presentations.

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Kevin Rogers

Kevin Rogers

Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock and Louis CK: you probably know these comedians.

They are considered some of the greatest comedic talent of our time.

And my guest for episode 53 cut his comedic chops on the stand up circuit with these men – along the way he learned a lot about humor, speaking and creating with an audience.

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Alex Rister

Alex Rister

Have you had a teacher or professor who didn’t teach from behind a podium or a desk? Most of us can count on one hand how many educators we’ve learned from who don’t teach this way – and yet it is one of the most powerful ways to engage listeners.

My guest for episode 52 understands this; Alex Rister is an educator and speaker who finds ways to engage and connect with her students every day.

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Nick Unsworth

Nick Unsworth

What if you could spend every day of your life doing what you love, doing what you’re most passionate about?

That’s exactly what my guest for episode 51 does for people—he helps them live a life fueled by their passions and he helps people live a life on fire.

Nick Unsworth is a Facebook marketing expert, successful lifestyle entrepreneur, business coach and public speaker.
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Karen Luniw

Karen Luniw

Unless you’ve lived in a cave, a monastery, or under a rock somewhere—you’ve at least heard of The Secret. Millions have read the book and/or watched the movie. It’s based on a philosophy called “The Law of Attraction”, which is the speciality of my guest for episode 49.

Karen Luniw is a speaker, author and coach in the field of personal and business attraction. Her principles are based on the Law of Attraction and how mindset impacts every area of your life from personal to professional.

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dave_austinDo you wonder what makes people tick? Dave Austin began asking himself that same question and it’s been the focus of his life’s journey.

And what a journey it’s been! From world-ranked tennis player to author and keynote speaker, he’s traveled the world to share the stage with such greats such as Les Brown, Brian Tracy and Wayne Dyer. Dave also regularly works with members of the NFL, MLB and Olympic athletes.

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Lee Odden

Lee Odden

What does it take to have clients like Dell and LinkedIn? Lee Odden, my guest for episode 46 knows; his digital marketing agency has worked with both companies. Lee is not only the CEO of Top Rank Online Marketing, but he’s also a notable blogger and keynote speaker.

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John Corcoran

John Corcoran

What’s it like to write speeches for the White House? In this episode, John Corcoran gives you the inside scoop.

As a super lawyer (that means he’s been rated by his peers as one of the best in his profession), John runs his own boutique firm today but his roots are in politics. He interned for the Clinton Administration during his collegiate years and later joined the White House staff and then the California governor’s office.

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Matt Tenney

Matt Tenney

Do service and leadership really go together? Matt Tenney envisions a world where leaders operate from a place of service to improve their businesses and to make a positive impact in the world. And he’s is showing those leaders how to do it. As an international keynote speaker and author of “Serve to Be Great”, Matt travels the world sharing his message of the synergism of leadership and service.

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Josh Shipp

Josh Shipp

Do you believe one adult can make a significant difference in the life of at-risk teen? Josh Shipp thinks so and he would know. He readily acknowledges he was an at-risk kid who made a lot of mistakes. He also says he made a few great choices because a handful of adults believed in him when he was “…careening out of control.”

Today, he is an ultra-successful youth speaker, TV personality, best-selling author and public speaker. He tours the world helping teens understand themselves and helping adults understand teens.

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Richard Rierson

Richard Rierson

True or false: everyone has a leadership obligation, no matter who they are and what they do?

My guest for episode 40 would answer true.

From his service as a Marines Corps pilot to his management roles in the hotel industry to his time as a public speaker, Richard Rierson takes a leadership role in every position and every industry he’s a part of.

And he believes everyone else can do the same. In fact, he believes everyone has an obligation to be the leader they truly are.

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Patricia Fripp

Patricia Fripp

Can you imagine making the leap from hair salon owner to public speaker? Patricia Fripp can and she has.

At a time when there were few women in the men’s hairstyling world, Patricia Fripp owned her own salon. She catered to the movers and shakers of the financial world.

Over time, she became the go-to expert on delivery skills for her clients. And after attending a speaking conference, she realized she could take that sought-after expertise and become the successful coach, trainer and keynote speaker she is today.

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Michele Cushatt

Michele Cushatt

Is public speaking your number one fear?

If you’ve ever found yourself being deathly afraid of giving a speech, you’ll relate to our guest on show 38! Michele Cushatt did NOT want to be a public speaker and was terrified of it until about 8 years ago.

However, today she is an experienced keynote speaker, a master of ceremony as well as a coach and mentor who helps others communicate better.

Michele says she helps people discover, craft and develop powerful content. And then deliver it with as much impact as possible.

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Dan Miller

Dan MIller

Would you ever think an inquisitive child from a Mennonite household would grow up to become a New York Times best-selling author of three books, a sought-after speaker and a top-ranked podcaster? Dan Miller did and he joins us for episode 37 of What the Speak.

Today Dan’s message across all mediums is that he believes anybody can find or create work that is meaningful, purposeful and profitable in 48 days. He shares that message with his audiences wherever he goes.

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Greg Hickman

Greg Hickman

One of the premiere experts in mobile marketing, Greg Hickman, joins me for this episode. Currently Greg is the host of Mobile Mixed, his own podcast about mobile marketing.

Mobile marketing has been Greg’s niche since the industry’s early days in 2005. He has worked for such big name brands as the New York Jets, AT&T and Cabella’s; he’s also owned his own text message marketing business.

He was also one of only two people who spoke on the topic of mobile marketing at New Media Expo 2014.

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Rory Vaden

Rory Vaden

How many times do you have to be on stage to become a great speaker? According to advice Rory Vaden was given, it’s 1,000 times.

Rory has taken that advice to heart and has learned the art of public speaking. He is the founder of Southwest consulting as well as a best-selling author and a 2-time Top 10 finalist in the Toastmasters World Championships. To boot, he has been featured on CNN, CBS and Fox, to name just a few.

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Ray Edwards

Ray Edwards

He’s written for some of the greatest speakers, authors and marketers on the planet including Tony Robbins, Jack Canfield and Frank Kern. He’s also the best-selling author of “Writing Riches” and is an acclaimed direct response copywriter. In today’s episode, Ray Edwards shares his thoughts on public speaking, engaging your audience and what he’s applied from his 25 years in the broadcast industry.

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Kat Cole

Kat Cole

What do Hooters, Cinnabon and East Africa all have in common? Kat Cole. Kat is one of the youngest Execs in Corporate America today: she went from Hooters Girl to President of Cinnabon in under a decade and today she shares her stories, her experiences and her journey with audiences around the world.

In episode 31, Kat talks with me about how she personally connects before, during and after her speeches and how she has learned how to read her audiences.

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Marcus Sheridan

Marcus Sheridan

Ever wonder what it would be like to give a TED Talk? My guest for this show has done it. In fact his TEDx speech is in the top 3% of all TEDx videos, in terms of views.

When his pool business took an economic hit in 2008, Sheridan found the power of the Internet. Shortly after, his web site became the most trafficked pool site in the world. Speaking requests began to follow, including the opportunity to speak to his local TEDx community.

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David Marquet

David Marquet

Is the mark of a true leader the number of leaders left in his/her wake? If it is, then David Marquet is unequivocally a true leader. During his stint in the Navy, he captained a submarine crew that created more leaders than any other submarine on record.

Today as a retired captain, David tours the world giving speeches on leadership and has written a best-selling book on the subject.

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Ken Davis

Ken Davis

Most of us have heard the statistic: people’s number one fear is public speaking. It’s not dying that terrifies people most, it’s being the person giving the euology!

But there are people who LOVE to speak in public and are incredibly gifted public speakers. Ken Davis is one of them. He has over 40 years of public speaking under his belt, as well as being the co-founder of Dynamic Communicators International and the SCORRE method with Michael Hyatt. Clearly, Ken knows a few things about delivering a great speech.

In this episode, he shares how speaking to the public has changed his life, his personal speaking experiences and what he wishes someone had told him about the key to great speeches at the beginning of his career.

And Ken shares it with us.

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Alexa Fischer

Alexa Fischer

Do you realize that all of us are born with a 1000 watt presence?

Somewhere along the way many of us end up blocking that light by getting in our own way.

However, if you have the tools to reconnect with the light and then articulate yourself brilliantly—you’ll be happier, more successful, and in the service of other people.

That is public speaking in a nutshell!

My guest Alexa Fischer, a presentation coach, shares her personal story and uncovers some incredible takeaways that you’ll want to jot down in your notebook for future reference.

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Carmine Gallo

Carmine Gallo

We all must constantly pitch ourselves, our ideas, and our business.

Great communication is everything!

All you truly have to do is be a little better at communication than others and you’ll go incredibly far.

My guest Carmine Gallo, a communications expert and author of The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs, tells the story of his personal journey—plus explore some fascinating concepts from his newest book titled Talk Like TED. Carmine is a master communicator that I personally admire and his insights are mind-blowing!

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Amy Porterfield

Amy Porterfield

Do you regularly have to present to people in your job?

Or have you found yourself giving web-based presentations more frequently?

My guest Amy Porterfield is a leading Facebook Marketing expert who found herself in this same place a number of years ago and has turned those experiences into a critical aspect of her business.

Amy’s a fantastic speaker who regularly shares her expertise at conferences and through a consistent schedule of webinars.

You’ll want to hear her tips on mastering both live and virtual presentations.

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Dan Pink

Dan Pink

When you hear the words professional speaker, do they conjure up a particular image in your mind?

What exactly does a professional speaker look and sound like?

I discuss this and a ton more with New York Times bestselling author Daniel Pink, who also happens to be one of the hottest business keynote speakers out there right now. Dan is a super-compelling communicator who passionately shares his expertise in a genuine manner.

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John Lee Dumas

John Lee Dumas

Are you a blogger, podcaster, or mediapreneur with a particular expertise?

If so, you can continue to increase your influence through public speaking opportunities. The question is, what are you doing now to be ready when you have the chance to do it?

My guest John Lee Dumas shares the impact that speaking has made on his business. Plus, we discuss his personal story as we explore how John first got into speaking and the lessons he’s learned along the way.

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Jon Acuff

Jon Acuff

Most of us don’t start off life thinking we want to become speakers.

We might have brushes with public speaking in school or in our careers, but will we find ourselves on stage in front of tons of people?

If you’ve got a powerful message or an expertise audiences are craving, then you might want to make sure you’re ready when you get the call.

Jon Acuff is a New York Times bestselling author and speaker who has spent 15 years helping brands tell stories. Additionally, he’s worked with Dave Ramsey for the past 3 years and is a wildly successful and viral blogger. I chat with Jon about his personal story of growing into a speaker that has delivered over 300 presentations in 5 years…and it all started with a blog.

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Pat Flynn

Pat Flynn

Can you imagine yourself delivering a keynote speech 2 years from today?

Most of us who speak publicly don’t fall into the category of Keynote Speaker. However, it’s something you might end up getting the opportunity to do sooner than you think.

Will you be ready?

Internet Marketing Pioneer Pat Flynn shares his personal story on how he went from a breakout session speaker to a keynoter in just 2 short years. Pat is a top-ranked podcaster, runs the massively polar blog SmartPassiveIncome.com, and does a bunch of other really cool things. His story is something that you’ll definitely want to hear.

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Jay Baer

Jay Baer

There are various kinds of speakers. Which one are you?

Do you juggle on stage? Wrap your content in a stand-up comedy routine? Or, just deliver information?

We’re all unique with something different to offer and my guest today is no exception.

New York Times bestselling author Jay Baer is a hype-free presenter who’s humility, knowledge, and delivery make him a compelling presenter. Find out why and glean some insights into how he’s been able to grow his skills as a powerful communicator.

You also won’t want to miss a behind-the-scenes look at the process Jay uses to prepare his keynotes each and every time!

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Tom Jackson

Tom Jackson

Found yourself at the front of the room, looking in discomfort at the crowd, and swallowing hard?

When you don’t know where to look or where to move, dazzling an audience is the last thing on your mind.

In today’s discussion, Tom Jackson has practical tips that can help you turn all of that around and empower you to comfortably communicate to audiences without compromising who you are.

Note: he’s taught recording artists like Taylor Swift how to do these very things during concerts.

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Paul Evans

Paul Evans

When speaking to a group, do you find yourself trying to be something you’re not?

Do you know the secrets to relaxing and truly becoming comfortable with yourself before an audience?

My guest Paul B. Evans and I discuss how to tap into ways we can naturally fascinate people during a presentation.

We also dive into a proven method that allows you to instantly connect with any audience—one that doesn’t involve telling a joke at the start of your presentation.

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Scott Dinsmore

Scott Dinsmore

What if you were invited to give a talk on your local TEDx stage?

What if it came at the last minute just before the event was scheduled?

Would you turn it down? Or would you do everything in your control to pull it off?

Scott Dinsmore and I discuss this and more as he walks us through the story of his TEDx talk titled How to Find and Do the Work You Love.

We also chat about the reasons why this particular talk is one of the most viewed on the TEDx Talk Channel with almost 1 million views to date.

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Scott Schwertly

Scott Schwertly

You speak, present, and maybe even pitch—but you don’t design…right?

Many of us often struggle with defaulting to too much text and too many bullet points when we create our presentation slides.

It’s kinda the way we’ve just always done it.

The truth is, if you don’t have great looking slides—it isn’t the end of the world…if you’re an amazing orator.

However, visuals are VERY helpful in making an impact on audiences for those of us that aren’t quite as gifted as the late Martin Luther King, Jr.

Scott Schwertly and I discuss the fact that you don’t need extensive design knowledge to pull off some nice looking slides, plus we chat about a few other insightful topics.

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Todd Henry

Todd Henry

Do you bring everything you have when speaking to an audience? Your whole energy?

Do you truly value people’s time and attention?

Remember—presenting in front of ANY sized audience is a tremendous opportunity. And you only get ONE shot!

Todd Henry and I chat about leaving it all on the table when you speak, plus tips for being energetic, and holding people’s attention.

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Mitch Joel

Mitch Joel

We’ve all done it.

The night before a presentation, we type some bullets on a few slides and pretend we’re prepared.

What actually ends up happening is that we stand before our audience the next day and just completely wing it.

Uh-uh, that ain’t gonna fly no more!

Not if we truly want to make a real impact these days when speaking to a group we either want or need to persuade.

Mitch Joel and I discuss reasons to avoid this live audition, plus much more in today’s conversation. Check it out!

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Joe Pulizzi

Joe Pulizzi

Content Marketing has become such a buzz phrase in the past two years that I caught my grandmother throwing it around yesterday in a conversation. I was like, “What the speak grandma?!“. For real.

But what does Content Marketing really mean and does it have anything to do with speaking/presenting?

In our discussion today, Joe Pulizzi and I break this down—plus Joe shares how speaking became one of the three biggest content strategies he used to exponentially grow his influence.

If that wasn’t enough, I get him to uncover nine brilliantly simple tactics for delivering a presentation that you can immediately put to good use.

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Derek Halpern

Derek Halpern

The last time you presented in front of an audience, did you feel like it was totally lackluster?

Maybe you came across very knowledgeable, but did you have people hanging off your every word?

Fret not! In my discussion with Derek Halpern, he shares the inside secrets that turned him from a boring speaker to an in demand one.

Trust me, this is a conversation you don’t want to pass up—so check it out right now.

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Roger Courville

Roger Courville

When was the last time you attended a webinar where you thought it wasn’t a complete waste of your time?

If you’ve experienced a webinar that grabbed your full attention like nothing before—do you know why?

How about this…if you’ve given a webinar yourself, did you feel like you had your audience’s full engagement?

Well, today is your day to learn about mastering virtual presentations!

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The Story Behind What The Speak

Bryan Kelly

Bryan Kelly

Where’s the interview with Roger Courville that we scheduled for today you ask?

You really wanted to learn about his ultra secret tips for leading a killer webinar or virtual presentation?

Well, unfortunately that will have to wait a week.

We had an unforeseen circumstance that has caused us to have to push that discussion back to September 11, 2013.

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David Newman

David Newman

Can you remember the last time you heard a speaker that actually made you feel like you didn’t just lose an hour of your life?

David Newman is that kind of speaker and he shares the most helpful tips to avoid boring an audience to death.

Think you’ve got this nailed down? Stop reading.

Want to stop boring audiences? Watch this interview right now and keep a notepad handy.

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Chris Westfall

Chris Westfall

Have you ever had an experience at a business event where you asked someone what they did?

Maybe they gave a clear explanation that made you want to know more?

Or, maybe they made you sorry you ever asked?

These conversations can be opportunities to influence and persuade, but only if we know how to use the New Elevator Pitch as described by today’s guest Chris Westfall.

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Susan Weinschenk

Susan Weinschenk

How fresh would it be to totally understand what was going on inside the mind of your audience?

Well, today is your lucky day friends!

There’s a multitude of scientific research we MUST all understand as successful Modern Communicators, but let’s just start with the basics for now.

Dr. Susan Weinschenk walks us through 5 essential findings that we can start using this instant.

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Carrie Wilkerson

Carrie Wilkerson

For those of us that think we’re pretty good speakers—we may want to take a second look.

When we rely too heavily on natural abilities, one glaring problem likely exists.

Do you know what it is?

Carrie Wilkerson, a super-talented coach, advisor, author, and speaker, shares some eyeopening insights that will make you go hmmm. A couple people told me I should interview Carrie and I’m certainly glad that I did!

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Nancy Duarte

Nancy Duarte

Ever watched a TED talk and wondered how the presenter nailed it?

There is a great deal of preparation and rehearsal that goes into these—I’m sure you can imagine.

Presentation guru and bestselling author Nancy Duarte, shares the stories behind her popular TED talk titled The Secret Structure of Great Talks. In this interview, we pull back the curtain to see how Nancy crafted this particular high stakes presentation.

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Chris Brogan

Chris Brogan

Ever seen your audience’s eyes glazing over when presenting? How do you avoid that?

Meet keynote speaker and New York Times bestselling author Chris Brogan.

Chris uses a very powerful approach that immediately engages any audience.

Watch this interview to learn why you’re totally, absolutely, positively kicking ass when heads drop to take notes on what you just said.

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Michael Hyatt

Michael Hyatt

What’s the secret to providing an experience your audience will never forget?

New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt answers this question and reveals other little-known secrets he uses as a highly sought after speaker.

You won’t want to miss this video interview!

Meet Michael Hyatt

Despite an incredibly hectic schedule and a vast number of people already lined up for his insights, Michael was absolutely gracious in allowing us to go behind-the-scenes on how he has overcome fear, stopped confusing audiences, utilized a simple method to master the art of presentation—plus much more!

Michael Hyatt is the author of Platform: How to Get Noticed in a Noisy World, has over 300,000 subscribers to his wildly popular blog at MichaelHyatt.com, and is a driving force behind the SCORRE Conference (how to improve speaking) and the Launch Conference (how to create a speaking business).

Oh yeah, he also created an amazing online community for teaching others how to build an online platform at PlatformUniversity.com.

What We Discuss:

• How Michael overcame fear, which is still very real for him when he speaks.
• The way he streamlined his content so it was less complex and confusing.
• A simple method Michael learned that taps into his natural style.
• Why he intentionally puts a focus on his audience.
• One communication secret that has been essential in his career.
• How to deal with distractions and technology issues.
• Michael’s personal approach to designing slides.

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