From who and what to study to tips about how to leverage visual aids and your speaking format, Corey provides some great solutions and ideas to help you engage your audience and deliver a valuable presentation. He also talks about fear and monetization of your speaking which both have huge misconceptions surrounding them.
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What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- How yoga has helped him physically and mentally.
- Why speaking is one of the best ways to build credibility.
- How to break into public speaking in a more comfortable way.
- How to trouble shoot your speaking skills and fine tune them over time.
- How to tackle the most prominent speaking fears.
- How to build an impactful format for your speaking.
- Ways to keep your audience engaged and interested.
- How to not let power points overshadow you.
- Why working with other people to sharpen speaking skills is so effective.
- Why it’s not absolutely necessary to have a niche and how to decide whether to have one or not.
- How to approach speaking fees and what is possible when it comes to getting paid.
- How to use images in your presentations legally.
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Resources In Today’s Episode:
- Corey Poirier: Twitter | Website | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn |
- The Speaking Program
- Conversations with Passion Radio Show
- Toast Masters
- Tony Robbins
- Steve Jobs
- Speak and Grow Rich by Dottie and Lilly Walters
- Money Talks by Alan Weiss
- The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs by Carmine Gallo
- The Ultimate Stock Image Guide
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