Public Speaking Super Powers
Have you ever given a presentation where someone in your audience fell asleep ... and snored ... loudly? That happened to today's guest on the Public Speaking Super Powers podcast, Andy Cabasso, so he
Are you frustrated or confused about how to get on podcasts? Never fear! In this month's episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers podcast, my guest, Case Lane, shares her step-by-step process for finding and landing guest podcasting opportunities.
Authors are often introverts, and podcasting is a great tool for introverts to use to grow their platform. Listen -- or watch -- this episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers podcast, as guest Franciska Kosman shares her tips on how to grow your pla...
In this episode, I chat with Jeff Brandeis about how to speak on camera and present well on webinars.
Is your audience ignoring you? Let's fix that! Mark MacDonald shares his advice on how to be known for something so that you'll stand out and achieve the success you seek.
One of the best ways to market yourself and your book is by speaking. If you are an author, stay tuned because today’s episode is all about how to tap into your personal “why to speak” as an author.
Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast: Season 4, Episode 6 - Length: 9 minutes, 12 seconds - If you want to be a successful speaker, you need to learn how to tap into your personal power. In today’s episode,
Live video is currently an exciting topic among marketers and speakers alike. And now with COVID-19 lockdowns lasting well over six months, it’s use has increased. Many expect that live video will play a big role in the way we communicate online moving...
PODCAST: Have you considered using humor in your presentations? There are several advantages to doing so. Listen to this month's episode to learn six of the benefits of using humor in your presentations.
Are you underestimating your audience? In today's episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers podcast, I share four ways speakers underestimate their audiences and how to avoid making those same mistakes.