On this episode of Youpreneur FM, I'm giving you the only quick start guide to public speaking you need. Whether you want to be a better speaker or you're just getting started it's all here on today's show.
We'll be talking about how and when to use slides and other visual aides effectively, how to properly give your speech including how to use eye contact and your voice for the best possible delivery and my simple yet effective breathing strategies for coping with stage fright.
Even if you're an experienced speaker with keynotes under your belt you'll want to tune in – and that goes double if you're new to public speaking!
Essential Learning Points From This Episode:
- When should you turn down speaking opportunities?
- What are the two most important parts of any speech?
- Is it ever a good idea to use a podium?
- What are the right and wrong ways to deal with stage fright?
- Why visualizing your audience naked is bad advice.
- Much, much more!
Important Links & Mentions From This Episode:
- Episode 126 – How to ‘Steal the Show’ Both On and Off Stage, with Michael Port
- Burning Heart video – my jam for getting pumped up to speak!
- Virtual Freedom – My book on building a virtual team to build your business.
- Youpreneur Academy
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Chris founded Youpreneur® in 2015. He is a serial entrepreneur, keynote speaker and author of the bestselling books “Virtual Freedom” and “Rise of the Youpreneur”. He hosts our weekly podcast, Youpreneur.FM, as well as our annual conference, the Youpreneur Summit. Chris is based in Cambridge, UK.