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    Confident Communications
    201: 10 Tips for Public Speaking Without Fear

    Confident Communications

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 17:32


    Ever wondered how to deliver a knock-out public speaking performance? Well, this episode of the Indestructible PR Podcast is all about 10 tips for overcoming fear and how, by doing this, you'll be able to give a great speech. Molly uses her own public speaking experiences to give simple, meaningful, and applicable advice on how to feel confident and prepared. From the power of constant practicing, feeling confident with your speaking material, understanding the audience and keeping them engaged, through to how to manage gestures, breathing, and filler words on stage, this episode covers it all. Keeping your nerves in check, tailoring your messages to meet the needs of your audience, and having the perfect visual resources have never seemed easier. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Public Speaking Tip on TikTokMolly McPhersonMolly McPherson on TwitterMolly McPherson on TikTokMolly McPherson on YouTubeMolly McPherson on InstagramIndestructible PR on FacebookIndestructible: Reclaim Control and Respond with Confidence in a Media CrisisIndestructible: Reclaim Control and Respond with Confidence in a Media CrisisAudiobook Listen and Subscribe on Apple Podcasts © 2022 Indestructible PR Podcast 

    The Speaker Lab
    Why You Need Vision and Strategy as a Speaker [Coaches Corner]

    The Speaker Lab

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 46:10


    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sit down with some of our coaches and take a deep dive into some of the hottest topics for speakers? Wonder no more! Our Coaches Corner series gives you actionable advice and practical insights from our coaches that you can use right now to grow your speaking business.On Episode 406, Maryalice Goldsmith and Nanette Hitchcock took a deep dive into finding your why and how that step is the key to finding success in your speaking business. This week, Maryalice and Nanette are back to take a closer look at the vision and strategy needed to make a successful speaking business.Your message alone will not lead to sustainable success — your entire business has to be aligned with your overall vision and strategy if you want to succeed as a speaker. You may be surprised to find out that strategy can change, but the destination may remain the same. It takes intentionality, prioritization, and a vision to bring your business to life and support your why.Maryalice and Nanette are digging deep and will remind you why it takes a gentle balance of hustle and flow to build your business. Here's what you'll learn from this episode:How your vision fuels the whyWhy strategy can adjust, but a vision needs alignmentHow to set your goals and establish your visionWhy you need strategy to execute your visionThe value of the coaching processClarifying the transformation for your audienceAnd much more!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Dropping Bombs
    Todd Skelton. From Pizza Hut to Multi-Billion Dollar CEO. Episode 501 with The Real Brad Lea (TRBL)

    Dropping Bombs

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 52:11


    From Pizza Hut Manager to Multi-Billion Dollar CEO, Todd Skelton has created a life many would only dream of; but this life did not come without sacrifice and hardships. He has overcome low income, adversity, set-backs, divorce, rejection, and legal battles only to come out even more successful, both financially and personally. By overcoming these adversities and paving his own way to mega success, Todd Skelton is now sharing his story with the world to help others accomplish their dreams of success and wealth.  In January of 2020 Todd was appointed the President and CEO of Prime Automotive a top 10 Automotive Group in the US, with 56 dealerships selling over 63,000 new and used vehicles annually, generating over 3 billion in revenue. Todd successfully scaled and sold the Multi-Billion Dollars Prime Automotive Group for 4X its original valuation just 23 months later.  Currently, Todd is CEO of Ascendance Truck Centers, a growing national network of full-service commercial truck dealers. Today, Todd is a respected business leader, speaker, investor, and an inspiration to others who have been told that they can't achieve their dreams. His story is a reminder that with hard work and determination, anything is possible.   In this episode, Todd and Brad discuss how Todd went from Pizza Hut to a Multi-Billion dollar company. They also discuss the ins and outs of business and how Todd's business journey with lessons he has learned along the way. 00:00 Intro 00:32 Pizza Hut 04:55 Door-to-Door to the car business 06:45 Brad's car story 10:09 Bomb: Don't do it alone 16:05 Todd's start as the CEO 20:00 Bomb: The day Todd's owner was facing charges 23:00 The business going south 28:30 The truck company 30:37 Bomb: Top three steps: Respond fast, tell your people what happens next, and get them in immediately 35:30 Bomb: Training 39:12 Reach out to Todd https://www.toddskelton.com 40:42 Check out Todd's wife's club https://www.momlink.club or on IG go to @themomlink  46:55 A guru in the making  

    Leadership Moment | Foundational Missions
    Motivated By Love, Not Fear (with Brittani Miller)

    Leadership Moment | Foundational Missions

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 38:39


    Fear is a powerful motivator, but it's not always the best one.  In truth, fear can drive us to make decisions that aren't actually good for ourselves or for those we love and serve. Fear can blind us to reality and lead us to act as though we're trapped on a path that isn't healthy, when we should be free to do what's best. Listen to discover how Brittani Miller, the founder of Creative Melodies, transitioned from fear to love as a motivator. As you hear her story, you'll discover incredible insights and advice that will help you become a more effective leader.  Don't miss it! ➡️ https://leadersmoment.org/lm0238-brittani-miller (Read the blog post) Follow or Subscribe➡️ https://leadersmoment.org/apple (Apple Podcasts) ➡️ https://leadersmoment.org/google (Google Podcasts) ➡️ https://leadersmoment.org/spotify (Spotify) ➡️ https://leadersmoment.org/amazon (Amazon) KEY TAKEAWAYS:Clarity and consequences of people-pleasing (a form of fear) Positive changes from addressing people-pleasing Tearing down fear LINKS & RESOURCES:https://www.creativemelodies.com/ (creativemelodies.com)  https://www.linkedin.com/company/creative-melodies/ (Linkedin - Creative Melodies) https://www.linkedin.com/in/brittani-miller-6028a715b/ (Linkedin - Brittani Miller) https://www.facebook.com/CreativeMelodies/ (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/creativemelodies/ (Instagram) https://twitter.com/CreativMelodies (Twitter) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxxipQ4mSPO8W5btBbyx2YQ/featured (Youtube) ABOUT Brittani MillerBrittani Miller is a classically trained piano, vocal and flute instructor and the founder of https://www.creativemelodies.com/ (Creative Melodies). She has been teaching music since the age of 13 and has a passion to see others reach their musical goals!  Over the years she has had the privilege of being a lead singer and keyboardist for a few worship bands, and a music and drama coach for the children's ministry. Brittani is also skilled in Customer Service, Management, Sales, Leadership, and Public Speaking. She's a strong entrepreneurship professional with an Associate of Arts, focused in Business Administration and Management, General from York Technical College.  As a teenager, Brittani competed in Fine Arts Festivals for singing, writing, and drama. She equips her students to read, write, play, and compose music that suits their own unique style. ABOUT THE LEADERS MOMENTThe world needs more great leaders, but leadership in God's Kingdom is upside down. If you're looking for answers and insights from leaders who have served faithfully for years and decades, you've come to the right place. The FXMissions Leaders Moment podcast is for the everyday leader who's not chasing titles or accolades or personal gain. It's for the leader who wants to do the very best with what God's called them to, no matter how big or small it seems. Start listening today and see what God does with it! ✅ https://leadersmoment.org/follow (Follow to get the show for free) ✅ https://leadersmoment.org/links (Let's Connect) ✅ https://nscottmcclelland.substack.com/ (Get updates on my book)

    The Law of Attraction
    MY TOP 5 TIPS FOR PUBLIC SPEAKING!

    The Law of Attraction

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 16:08


    Wonder how I get to speak on stages alongside inspiring people such as Gary Vee, Jim Kwik, Tony Robbins, and MORE over and over again without feeling anxious or panicked? HERE'S HOW. In this episode I want to share with you the BEST TIPS life has taught me throughout the years to be able to speak in public and engage with my audience, so you can learn them all FOR FREE in this episode! Subscribe for MORE inspiring content! ——————- Hey friend! This is Natasha :) If you got any value from today's podcast please tag me on Instagram as I would love to thank you personally! https://www.instagram.com/natashagrano/ My new book BE IT UNTIL YOU BECOME IT is out now in bookstores. And because of people like YOU it is #3 on the Wall Street Journal Best Seller List

    Leadership and Loyalty™
    1/2 Dr. Skip Rizzo: Neuro-Leadership in the Metaverse

    Leadership and Loyalty™

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 39:32


    The Metaverse coming to everything near you...now! What if AI and VR are not only better but preferred?  Self-driving cars are already here, and it won't be long before fully autonomous vehicles take over all driving jobs. Taxi, Uber, and Truck drivers will soon be a thing of the past. Perhaps you might be thinking that your job is safe. But is it? Some professions might seem untouchable, but what if that's not true?  For instance, what if AI and VR doctors are not only better but preferred?  . Artificial Intelligence (AI) and virtual reality/the Metaverse is no longer the stuff of science fiction; they are already part of your life even if you don't recognize them. When you open your phone with face ID, that's AI. Valuable tools like Siri and Alexa are AI. Smart thermostats, Fridges, and lights are all uses of AI.  . But there's another level of depth known as the Metaverse. In the Metaverse, using VR, you and I can experience something "artificial" with all of our senses, as if it were a genuine real-world experience. But how does this impact leadership?  . Our guest is Dr. Skip Rizzo for the next two episodes. Dr. Rizzo is an internationally recognized thought leader in his field and was hailed by Polygon as one of the top 25 greatest innovators in virtual reality. Dr. Rizzo is a clinical psychologist and Director of Medical Virtual Reality at the University of Southern California Institute for Creative Technologies. He is also a Research Professor with the USC Dept. of Psychiatry and at the USC Davis School of Gerontology.  . The volume and innovation of his work have also earned him many awards. His commitment is to revolutionize healthcare with the development of innovative VR products that have a positive impact on the field. Over the last 25 years, Skip has conducted research for designing, developing, and evaluating Virtual Reality systems. This work has focused on PTSD, TBI, Autism, ADHD, Alzheimer's disease, stroke, and other clinical conditions.  . The common thread driving his work with digital technologies involves studying how interactive and immersive Virtual Reality simulations can be usefully applied to address human healthcare—taking us beyond what is possible with traditional 20th Century tools and methods. Dr. Skip Rizzo has been given the moniker of "The Godfather of Virtual Reality".   Website ICT MedVR:  http://medvr.ict.usc.edu YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/AlbertSkipRizzo New Book on Clinical VR: Virtual Reality for Psychological and Neurocognitive Interventions. https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9781493994809 Social Media https://www.facebook.com/skip.rizzo https://twitter.com/skiprizzovr https://www.linkedin.com/in/skiprizzovr https://www.instagram.com/skip_rizzo Part 1) The Emotions of Cognitive Leadership  Virtual Reality (VR) Leadership  Cognitive Vs. Limbic, which wins? The Success and Failure of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy  The Need to Activate Emotions to Heal VR prescription for PTSD VR for Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking or Fear of Heights Why Avoidance Generates Avoidance . . Curious to discover how tapping into the Anatomy of Meaning can #actualize your #business, #culture, #Leadership and #tribe DovBaron.com "Those Who Control Meaning for The Tribe, Also Control The Movement of That Tribe" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Effective Communication
    Ep. 239: Open Your Presentation with Confidence

    Effective Communication

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 5:45


    Struggling to figure out how to begin your next presentation or speech? Phil Zeller, CEO of Dale Carnegie - SW Michigan, shares with you 4 different options/strategies for creating an effective "open" to any presentation for any audience!

    Find Your Voice, Change Your Life
    #64 Grief, Identity, and Mom's without a Mom

    Find Your Voice, Change Your Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 27:22


    Today, I interview Melissa Reilly whose life began in rural upstate New York with her parents and two sisters. Then one of her sisters became severely ill, and she and the other sister were often dropped off with anyone who could take them, so that their parents could take their ill sister for treatments. Melissa was shy with new people and began keeping her voice to herself, learning to observe people and read situations by their behavior. Her sweet sister died a couple years later, and the family went through a tremendous grieving process. Her parents eventually split up. Her mother began to struggle in many areas, and as Melissa grew up and went off to college and entered a graduate program, the miscommunication and frustration between them eventually led to a falling out. Melissa's mother suddenly died eight months later, and it broke her heart that they hadn't been able to reconcile their relationship beforehand. And just seven months after that, her other sister also passed away suddenly after a long struggle with her mental and physical health. Melissa waited 12 years before feeling ready to start a family of her own. She experienced infertility and losses but finally had a son. Wishing for the support of her mother, she realized that she was finally allowing herself to grieve her mom's loss for the first time. She had no mentor, and she felt like something was wrong with her and that she didn't have a voice. She had a successful career, but becoming a mother broke her. Melissa took a step back and it occurred to her that she wasn't alone after all. She shifted her work, feeling the passion to encourage her community of fellow moms without moms that motherhood is hard but rewarding, and that mothers can lean on each other to ask questions and find the support they need to believe in themselves. ___________ Melissa Reilly, Psy.D. is a mom of two boys, clinical psychologist, and mom coach passionate about helping moms separated from their mother by physical distance, estrangement, or death, move from feelings of insecurity, isolation, and overwhelm to a place of resilience. Through her personal and professional experience, she has come to recognize that Moms without a mom experience grief as part of their motherhood experience, even if they don't realize it. The relationship moms have had (or didn't have) with their mothers impacts how they see themselves but doesn't define them. She believes it isn't knowledge and skills that create resilience, but rather it is born through overcoming hardship, having a community, and living by one's values. Melissa is honored to walk with moms on their journey to becoming the mom they always wanted to be. Her psychological practice, Shoudt & Reilly Psychological Services, has been serving residents of Berks County, Pennsylvania for over 22 years. She is now expanding her services to include parent coaching, focusing on Moms Without a Mom, which can be accessed by women all over the world through her website.Find Dr. Melissa here: https://www.momswithoutamom.com/ https://www.instagram.com/momswithoutamom/ https://www.facebook.com/Dr.MelissaReilly https://www.tiktok.com/@momswithoutamom Enjoy Being a Mom Again Quick Guide: https://www.momswithoutamom.com/enjoy-motherhood-again-guide Care For Yourself While You Care For Your Baby Guide: https://melissareillypsyd.lpages.co/bonding-with-baby-while-caring-for-yourself-opt-in Schedule a complimentary coaching call: https://MelissaReillyPsyDMomsWithoutAMom.as.me/free-coaching-call ___________I'm your podcast host, Dr. Doreen Downing, and I help people find their voice so they can overcome anxiety, be confident, and speak without fear. Get started now on your journey to your authentic voice by downloading my Free 7 Step Guide to Fearless Speaking: https://www

    The State of Business with the Ohio Society of CPAs
    How public speaking can benefit CPAs

    The State of Business with the Ohio Society of CPAs

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 22:46


    In this week's episode we spoke with Eileen Smith, founder of SpokeSmith, about the value of public speaking. We discussed how it's an essential skill for CPAs, how to overcome a fear of public speaking, the best ways to prepare and more.   Accounting Shows: ohiocpa.com/greatestshow Public Speaking Course: https://my.ohiocpa.com/topclass/topclass.do?expand-OfferingDetails-viaTC=1-offeringId=14234968

    SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
    Ep. 239: Open Your Presentation with Confidence

    SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 5:45


    Struggling to figure out how to begin your next presentation or speech? Phil Zeller, CEO of Dale Carnegie - SW Michigan, shares with you 4 different options/strategies for creating an effective "open" to any presentation for any audience!

    Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast  - Hosted by Patrick Fitzgibbons
    Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast: Marlon Marrache - LAPD Sgt (Ret) . Expert in Police Misconduct Investigations

    Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast - Hosted by Patrick Fitzgibbons

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 40:07


    Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. I am so happy you are here. If you love the show please share this episode and others with family and friends, and give us that 5-Star Rating and Review on Apple Podcasts.  A big thank you to all the brave men and women who are working in the criminal justice field in these difficult times. Remember it always gets better. You are honored, cherished and loved. Please be safe and keep up the good work. If you are struggling with addiction, mental health challenges, or both please reach out. My life changed for the better when I took that step forward. I am so grateful for FHE Health and The Shatterproof Program for First Responders. Reach out at 844-650-1399 or contact me directly at 303-960- 9819.  https://fherehab.com/services/first-responders/    I am very excited to have my friend Marlon Marrache on the show. He is a retired LAPD Sgt with extensive experience in Police Misconduct Investigations. When Officers hear the words IA (Internal Affairs) they cringe. Marlon does an amazing job at explaining the importance of these types of investigations and how they benefit the organization and ultimately the community. A great show.    Marlon's own words   I'm a 24-year veteran "retired" Police Sergeant with over 12 years of Police Misconduct Investigation, adjudication, and examination experience. During my 15 years as a Sergeant, I successfully completed an assignment in Internal Affairs as an Associate Advocate conducting Board of Rights Hearings, and to Officer Representation Section defending police officers. These assignments have afforded much success in demonstrating my expertise in Peace Officer Bill of Rights Act (POBRA) violations and in Police Mediation (i.e., Biased Policing Complaints) investigations. It has also allowed me to teach "instruct" Police Misconduct and Categorical Use Of Force Investigations with an emphasis in Officer Involved Shootings (OIS). At the present time, I'm providing consultation services for but not limited to: - Expert Witness testimony for Police Misconduct Investigations - Independent Review "Analysis" of any Police Misconduct investigations - Public Speaking in Spanish & English on Police related incidents Thank you for dropping by my profile. I welcome any queries you may have regarding my consultation services. Feel free to email me at mmarrache@policediscipline.com  Find Marlon here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marlon-marrache-a2570419/  @Marrache798  https://www.facebook.com/marlon.marrache    Stay tuned for more great shows on The CJEvolution Podcast   www.cjevolution.com   Patrick

    200churches Podcast: Ministry Encouragement for Pastors of Small Churches
    Episode 393 - Growing Leaders Engage in Essential and Crucial Conversations with Pam Dykstra

    200churches Podcast: Ministry Encouragement for Pastors of Small Churches

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 52:51


    Jonny Craig talks with Pam Dykstra about Crucial Conversations.Pam is an Experienced Master Trainer working in the professional training & coaching industry. Skilled in Customer Service, Coaching, Organizational Development, Team Building, and Public Speaking, she is on the team at VitalSmarts.com.Take your free Style Under Stress Assessment here!Don't listen to this episode with taking a few minutes after it to jot down some critical next steps you need to take in applying what you've learned!

    Superhumans At Work by Mindvalley
    Number #1 thing to build your personal brand - Rory Vaden (Brand Builders Group)

    Superhumans At Work by Mindvalley

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 31:55


    Selling With Love is more than a podcast! Get FREE sales training to find and enroll the right clients, expand your impact, and grow your business in a way that feels good in the short and long term. https://jasonmarccampbell.mykajabi.com/swl-challenge-gift ===== Rory Vaden, founder of Brand Builders may have the solution for you: Diluted Focus Bring Diluted Results. For many coaches and consultants, the critical problem is a lack of clarity in what problem they solve for which specific type of person. In this conversation, Rory shares some of his well-earned secrets after working with more than 600 personal brands. He explains the #1 thing you must do to break the wall between obscurity and relevance in the marketplace: Find Your Uniqueness, and hammer it through. Get ready for 30 minutes of powerful inspiration on what should be your next steps to build a reputable personal brand. =====

    Myers-Briggs® Question Corner
    Tips To Boost Small Talk

    Myers-Briggs® Question Corner

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 27:52


    Tips to Boost Small TalkIf you hate small talk, you may be an Introvert. But some Extroverts dislike small talk as well. Regardless of your personality type, small talk is necessary, and is the only gateway to more meaningful conversations. Stop worrying about being interesting and instead practice showing interest; have some conversation starters ready; and tune in for more tips to boost small talk.------------------Myers-Briggs Question Corner is the weekly MBTI career podcast brought to you by DC Metro Career Counselor Edythe Richards.Edythe is a Myers-Biggs Master Practitioner and founder of A Top Career - a web site which specializes in helping people back into work.Find out more at https://atopcareer.comOur Spreaker Podcastshttps://www.spreaker.com/show/the-journey-forwardhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/myers-briggs-question-cornerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/myers-briggs-mid-life-career-changers

    The Speaker Lab
    How to Find Your Why [Coaches Corner]

    The Speaker Lab

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 36:48


    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sit down with some of our coaches and take a deep dive into some of the hottest topics for speakers? Wonder no more! Our Coaches Corner series gives you actionable advice and practical insights from our coaches that you can use right now to grow your speaking business.This week, Maryalice Goldsmith and Nanette Hitchcock discuss why your why matters and how finding that why is the key to your speaking success.Your message matters and it needs to be defined with clarity – but how?! Maryalice and Nanette explain the purposeful path to finding your “why” and give you practical steps you can take to get started.Have you found yourself stuck in the weeds and overthinking the pieces of your message? That's okay! You can't lose your “why” because with it, you'll lose what drives the passion behind the problem you're solving for your audience. It takes hard work, but this episode will give you some starting points to get you going in the right direction. Here's what you'll learn from this episode:How to build your foundation by stepping into the gapsBuilding authenticity into your messageWhy clarity mattersSaying “yes” to things that feed the “why”Discovering your vision and destinationAnd much more!Tweetable: The why drives excellence.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Rumble in the Morning
    In Honor of Public Speaking Day: Some of the Worst Public Speaking Attempts

    Rumble in the Morning

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 8:17


    In Honor of Public Speaking Day: Some of the Worst Public Speaking Attempts

    Making Conversations Count: Honest, relatable conversations with business leaders
    Making Conversations about public speaking Count - coming this Thursday

    Making Conversations Count: Honest, relatable conversations with business leaders

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 0:52


    Speaking in public is an activity that drives fear through the hearts of even the strongest of strong individuals. Some would probably claim to rather jump out of a plane mid flight than speak on stage. That's why this episode coming on Thursday will likely be of interest because the guest is an expert in public speaking. And general communication. And as you'll hear, a lot of Tyler's stage skill melds with his skills as a father. And the learning continues at home with his family.  This episode will be in your favourite podcast app on Thursday. Make sure you're following so you don't miss it!  

    Speaking to Influence
    Ep 116: Dr. Vincent Racaniello, Host - Microbe TV, Inc.: Levity and Edutainment

    Speaking to Influence

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 39:46


    How do you captivate an audience without overwhelming them with data? This week Dr. Vincent Racaniello shares how his passion for teaching and virology led him to transition out of the lab and into educating the world through podcasting. Listen in as Laura and Vincent discuss how to share your expertise in a way that captivates while adding humor, levity, and increasing the audience's ability to comprehend complex subject matter.   Here are a few things you'll learn during this conversation: The importance of levity to deal with complex subjects How to speak to your audience with humility Why adding “Gee Whiz Moments” to your presentation increases audience impact How to decide what to share and how to share it How to not take yourself too seriously without impacting your credibility   About Dr. Vincent Racaniello:   Vincent Racaniello Ph.D. is Higgins Professor of Microbiology & Immunology at Columbia University Medical Center. He has been studying viruses for over 40 years. As principal investigator of his laboratory, Prof. Racaniello is passionate about teaching virology to the World. His virology lectures can be found on YouTube. He blogs at virology blog, produces the podcast ‘This Week in Virology' and has co-authored the textbook Principles of Virology. He regularly posts about viruses on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.   You can find out more about Vincent and his work at: https://www.microbe.tv/   To learn more about Dr. Laura Sicola and how mastering influence can impact your success go to https://www.speakingtoinfluence.com/quickstart and download the quick start guide for mastering the three C's of influence.   You can connect with Laura in the following ways:   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drlaurasicola LinkedIn Business Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/vocal-impact-productions/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VocalImpactProductions Facebook: Vocal Impact Productions Twitter: @Laura Sicola  Instagram: @VocalImpactProductionsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Live Stream Show
    Fearless public speaking with Kit Pang

    The Live Stream Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 33:53


    Not a big fan of public speaking? You're not alone!Study after study confirms that public speaking remains one of our single greatest fears.Warren Buffett had public speaking anxiety, Julia Roberts had it, and even Adele (the singer) had anxiety so she created an alter ego "Sasha Carter" to pump her up before shows.So, how do you overcome the fear of public speaking? To help answer that question I've invited public speaking coach, Kit Pang onto the Stand Out CEO Show.Kit is a 3-time TEDx speaker and founder of Boston Speaks and he's going to walk us through his best methods for beating public speaking anxiety.Episode Resources:Register for the Fearless Speaker SummitFree Guide: 40 Video Conversation Starters - Earn the attention of people who know they're a perfect fit for your offer!Mic Drop Moments – Become the face of your business with short, insightful videos that leverage your brand awareness.Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of The Stand Out CEO Show!If you loved this episode and you're loving The Stand Out CEO Show series, there's one thing that I would love for you to do:Tell one friend.Share this episode with someone who you know who's a creative entrepreneur, who wants to build a stand out business but they're feeling lost in the crowd.You can help us grow the community of the creative entrepreneurs who are standing out to make better things that make things better.

    Hot Topics The Podcast
    Hot Topics Live #Podcast - What Johnny Depp's DeFamation Trial Win Means For Male Abuse Survivors #MenToo

    Hot Topics The Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 84:08


    #NarcissistAbuse #DomesticAbuseSurvivors #LivePodcast Today Khaoula and I are joined by my friend Angeline who has been closely following the #JohnnyDeppTrial. We are going to discuss the issue of men being abused, and the damage women do when they are the narcissist. More about Angeline: FROM REBUILDING MY LIFE AFTER NARCISSISTIC ABUSE TO THE OWNER AND FOUNDER OF MASKED A DOCUSERIES!Leaving her abusive ex-husband was her first step to feeling FREE and transitioning from a victim to a victor in her life! Angeline started working in an advertising agency from 9 – 5. A lot of traveling was required in her position. Initially, it wasn't so bad but it did become extraneous and that's what led her into the next phase in my life. Angeline's job was paying her a decent wage but something inside of her was seeking more than a decent wage. She knew she had a message to share with the world but just didn't know how to do it. So she invested in a millionaire mentorship group and it put her on a new path! Today, Angeline is invested in this group and has grown so much thanks to its mentors and amazing women (sisters!) who have shared and supported her goals to change the world. She was growing slowly but learned that the hardest thing about growth is letting go of limiting beliefs. So she decided to travel to Port Elizabeth, South Africa for a launch event. Talk about stepping out of my comfort zone! It was scary, but it was an incredible adventure. The people, the food, and the environment were all so welcoming. By the end of the trip Angeline was so glad that she challenged herself to take action. Now Angeline had placed herself in the hot seat by hosting webinars and doing Facebook Lives. Public Speaking is a big fear for everyone and she was no different! Angeline had to tackle this as well and with her mentors and partners by her side all the way, pushing her to be better. Angeline continued to surround herself with high-vibe individuals and has experienced tremendous personal and professional breakthroughs. She has closed 18k + sale, paid off her convertible, and started receiving invitations to speak on popular podcasts. Now she is the owner and founder of Masked a docuseries. Thanks for listening. Be sure to go to YouTube and search for us! Hot Topics Live #Podcast. Like, Follow and Subscribe!

    Scale Your Small Business
    146 - Sharing Your Passions

    Scale Your Small Business

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 9:55


    Welcome back to the Scale Your Small Business Podcast with your host, Jillian Flodstrom! Today, we're going to spend some time talking about how to most effectively share something that you're excited about. We'll dive into how to let people in on a process, a system, or whatever else that you're passionate about and the steps you can take to do so.   One of the most important things you can do, especially when you're excited about sharing a new project with others, is to explain the intent behind the new implementation. When you're passionate about something new, it's easy to forget the ‘why.' But, it's crucial that everyone understands how the new system will work with what they're doing.   Implement new systems the same way you would start a new habit–adding it to an existing thing that you and your team do. Habit stacking makes new implementations feel less invasive and easier to swallow.    It goes without saying, but when you're implementing a new system, share it with others! We often keep our goals under wraps, but sharing them can help with accountability and will let you look back at your goals with your team and supporters once you've hit them.  Things don't have to be complicated. Whatever makes it easier for you is how you want to go. Nothing is going to be perfect all the time–it's important to give yourself grace and allow mistakes to happen along the way. Whatever you're doing, it doesn't have to be all or nothing. We are changing our lives one small step at a time.  Key Takeaways   One of the most important things you can do, especially when you're excited about sharing a new project with others, is to explain the intent behind the new implementation.   Habit stacking makes new implementations feel less invasive and easier to swallow.    Nothing is going to be perfect all the time–it's important to give yourself grace and allow mistakes to happen along the way. 

    Drop In CEO
    Michael Tanner: Measuring the Metrics of Leadership

    Drop In CEO

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 29:58


    On today's episode Michael Tanner shares how leadership development can be measured and maintained by organizations to create lasting change and growth. Listen in as Deborah and Michael discuss how his military experience impacted his ability to facilitate young leaders, how transformation can be measured within a team as well as an individual, and central question every young leader should be willing to ask.   Michael Tanner is a leadership veteran with more than 29 years of highly engaged and practical experience. Through successful leadership positions of increasing scope, ranging from the U.S. Marine Corps infantry to C-suite executive, Michael is constantly increasing his knowledge and experience as a leadership practitioner. Michael earned a bachelor's degree in computer science and a master's degree in leadership. He prides himself on leveraging his unique combination of education, skills, and experience to harness the greatness within his clients and unleash the possibilities of their leadership potential.Michael believes that leadership should positively impact lives, not just business results. He is dedicated to being the servant leadership coach that equips all leaders to impact the lives of those they lead.   You can connect with Earl in the following ways: Website: credibleleaders.com Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/1tanner/   Create a personal career strategy that develops the leadership and communication skills you need to assess challenges, showcase your skills, and demonstrate your ability to be a C-Suite Leader. Learn more about the C-Suite Academy here: https://bit.ly/csawaitlist22See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    a16z
    The Art and Science of Moderating Discussions

    a16z

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 63:32 Very Popular


    Whether it's moderating a live panel discussion, managing your (virtual) All Hands meeting, or even guiding a cross-functional team to a decision in an important meeting, mastering the art of helping a group communicate is a critical skill for many of us.In this episode from November 2020, expert communications and presentations coach Matt Abrahams, who is also a lecturer at Stanford's Graduate School of Business, sits down with Sonal Choksi to share frameworks, strategies and many concrete tips for how anyone can become a better moderator and facilitator. They cover everything from how to approach prep work (like, can you be too prepared?) and how to handle disruptions on the fly to the subtle differences between in-person and virtual events, the ways our own ticks can manifest before an audience, and more. 

    Find Your Voice, Change Your Life
    #63 Inner Peace & Accepting Our Feelings

    Find Your Voice, Change Your Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 29:16


    Today, I interview Ann Hince whose story certainly has a unique beginning. She was adopted as a newborn into a family who had just had to give up a foster daughter, so in some ways she started her life by filling in another one's shoes. There was a lot of moving and traveling when Ann was a child, and somehow her birth mother kept track of her location all along. Ann experienced some traumatic experiences as a young child. She told her parents her room was on fire and they didn't believe her. So from day one her voice was quieted. Among many places they'd lived was Hong Kong, and while her family lived there she was sent away to England to attend her brother's boarding school-- a boys-only institution-- which would be yet another confusing and scary experience on a list of many that had suppressed her voice. Through the years her dad also tormented her. He made her record herself speaking on cassette, something to be mailed to the grandparents, but would also chime in, mocking and ridiculing her for how her voice sounded. He also repeated the same teasing that Ann said she was receiving from the boys at her school. So her fear grew and she continued to hide within herself, tired of the constant humiliation. When she reached 21, she left that life behind and headed for California, where she had a family and pursued a career in software engineering. She was confronted by some disagreement from some fellow coworkers and it absolutely tormented her. A few days later, she'd processed the incident and realized that she shouldn't have had such a strong reaction-- that there was unresolved trauma and she could do something about it. So she did. Ann went on an amazing journey and found emotional freedom. Today, she encourages others to allow themselves to fully experience what they're feeling and work through it, rather than suppressing it. She helps them to be present and acknowledge the moment so they can move past their fear and pain. ___________ When Ann was 19, she woke one morning to find her mother dead in her bathroom. Twenty years later the tears from that trauma were still just under the surface. Ann found a simple technique that helped her release these emotions - but she went further and can now put her awareness inside her body - and has changed the bone structure of her skull and grown ½ an inch at age 55. Ann has found that seeking out our truth, what we truly feel, and accepting those feelings, is the key to inner peace. Find Ann here: https://annhince.com/ https://www.facebook.com/AnnHinceWisdom https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTc4hb7ZKvih1LlRHK0cUjg Book: A Pathway to Insight on Amazon___________I'm your podcast host, Dr. Doreen Downing, and I help people find their voice so they can overcome anxiety, be confident, and speak without fear. Get started now on your journey to your authentic voice by downloading my Free 7 Step Guide to Fearless Speaking: https://www.doreen7steps.com.  

    This Moved Me
    334: 3 Things to Do When You Face Discomfort in Speaking

    This Moved Me

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 7:45


    For those of you who face those moments of discomfort and think it must mean something that I'm this uncomfortable or that it's this awkward or that I am suddenly wondering if I know anything. It doesn't actually, it's just a part of the process. I want to share with you three really simple things that you can do when you face that moment of discomfort that shows up in all kinds of different ways.

    Podcast Business News Network Platinum
    5398 Jill Nicolini Interviews Natalie H. Rogers Psychotherapist, Actress and Author at Talk Power Panic Clinic For Public Speaking Workshops

    Podcast Business News Network Platinum

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 27:48


    Jill Nicolini Interviews Natalie H. Rogers Psychotherapist, Actress and Author at Talk Power Panic Clinic For Public Speaking Workshops -- https://www.talkpowerinc.com/https://onlineradiobox.com/search?cs=us.pbnnetwork1&q=podcast%20business%20news%20network&c=ushttps://mytuner-radio.com/search/?q=business+news+networkhttps://streema.com/radios/search/?q=podcast+business+news+network

    Speaking Of Speaking
    SOS 100 Revolutionizing How We Consume Audio with special guest Amit Kukreja

    Speaking Of Speaking

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 25:32


    It's our 100th Episode!  Thanks for all of your support along the way! For this celebration, we follow up with a guest we met and chatted with last year...and get the update on his revolutionary audio platform! Where do you go when you want to see a video tutorial on how to bake a cake? YouTube!Where do you go to check out the latest video of your favourite band? If you said YouTube, you'd be right again!  Where do you go to listen to your favourite podcast? Or an archived Radio show?  Hmmm....stumped? If you said Apple, or Spotify, or any of the other podcast platforms (Including this one where you are listening to this episode) to hear a podcast you'd be right!  BUT...what about that archived radio show, say War Of The Worlds with Orson Wells?  Well you'd have to go digging!  Today's guest is making strides to change that for good!Amit Kukreja is the founder and CEO of Audea. io, a revolutionary audio based platform that is looking to be the go to place for audio, much like YouTube is for Video. In this conversation he explains the advantages of an audio directory, challenges and what the future holds...and it looks...or, shall we say, SOUNDS great!If you're not on Audea.io yet, and are an audio content creator, click the link to check it out and build your channel!https://audea.io/Got a question? Reach out:  askcarl@carlspeaks.caCheck out our full line of podcasting and speaking services:https://carlspeaks.ca/

    Think Fast, Talk Smart: Communication Techniques.
    Summer Learning Series Episode 2: Managing Your Reputation

    Think Fast, Talk Smart: Communication Techniques.

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 18:02 Very Popular


    How others perceive us in person and via social media can impact our careers and social standing. But we can build the reputation we want through conscious communication.On this podcast episode, strategic communication lecturers Matt Abrahams and Allison Kluger share techniques on effectively improving and managing your reputation.Listen for details on this episode's “homework assignment” and share on LinkedIn.Be sure to follow the conversation by the Think Fast, Talk Smart LinkedIn page.Think Fast, Talk Smart on the Stanford GSB websiteShow Notes:Allison Kluger, Stanford GSB profileReputation Rules, by Daniel Diermeier“How Tylenol Made a Comeback” NYTimesAllison Kluger: "Telling your Story Can Lead to Success and Opportunity"Allison Kluger: Last Lecture Series: “If Not You, Then Who”See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    The InFluency Podcast
    239. 11 Tips for Powerful Presentations in English

    The InFluency Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 15:22 Very Popular


    Download free presentation-prep checklist: https://hadarshemesh.com/presentation-freebie/ Do you avoid giving a talk or a presentation in English? Does it feel the same when it comes to presentations in your first language as well? Many people find it hard to deliver a presentation, let alone a presentation in English. But in just a few steps, you can turn this experience upside down and no longer be afraid of presentations in English. Through my own experience giving presentations, and my experience working with students on their presentations, in this episode, I share tips for preparing and delivering a powerful presentation! To make things easier, I prepared a FREE checklist that you can download right now to really make sure you're doing what it takes to be prepared and deliver a stunning presentation: https://hadarshemesh.com/presentation-freebie/ Join our Facebook community to connect with non-native English learners from all over the world: https://hadarshemesh.com/influency-community/ For more episodes on public speaking: How we talk: https://hadarshemesh.com/magazine/how-we-talk-with-samara-bay/ American Intonation and Public Speaking with Shonda Rhimes: https://hadarshemesh.com/magazine/shonda-rhimes-speech/

    The Anxiety Podcast
    TAP 477 - Brittany Richmond on Public Speaking, How She's Chasing Her Dreams and Taking Anxiety Along For The Ride

    The Anxiety Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 57:21


    Summary: In this episode I talk to public speaker Brittany Richmond, we chat about her experience with anxiety and what she says to the audiences she presents to. https://www.brittanyrichmond.com/ Links: Support the show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/timjp To get my Toolkit to Overcome Anxiety go to - http://timjpcollins.com/free Please click here to leave a review -http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1031117023 Subscribe to my Youtube Channel: https://youtube.com/timjpcollins?sub_confirmation=1

    The Speaker Lab
    How to Build a Recession Proof Speaking Business with Erick Rheam

    The Speaker Lab

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 47:42


    Are we facing a recession? What does that mean for your speaking business? We're answering these questions and more during Episode 405 of The Speaker Lab Podcast. The one and only Erick Rheam is guiding our conversation with strategies you can use in these uncertain times to recession-proof your speaking business.During this episode, we'll talk about how to lead your business through a recession with confidence rather than fear, why you must invest in marketing and yourself, and why you have to take the leap and go virtual. Speakers have had to pivot on a moment's notice over the last two years, and uncertain economic times are no different. Erick will talk about where you need to flex and when standing firm is okay. Whether you are just beginning to build your business or you've been at this for a while, this episode will equip you for what's next. Erick's experience, expertise, and transparency will provide practical steps to recession-proof your speaking business — no matter what happens.Here's what you'll learn from this episode:What is a recession?Organizational response to a recessionImpact on travel, workshops, and training budgetsWhen to update your demo video, website and other marketing toolsHow to write and publish a book to elevate credibilityWhy to keep investing in yourself and building skillsWhy you need to go virtual and why it's so beneficialHow to ask for referralsFour questions you have to ask yourselfAnd much more! Tweetable: "Now is not the time to be vague."See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Radio Islam
    PUBLIC SPEAKING Part 5 – How To Enhance Your Presentation Style – Mufti Yusuf Moosagie

    Radio Islam

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 22:04


    PUBLIC SPEAKING Part 5 – How To Enhance Your Presentation Style – Mufti Yusuf Moosagie by Radio Islam

    Radio Islam
    PUBLIC SPEAKING Part 3 - Analysis of the Final Sermon of Nabi Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam

    Radio Islam

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 17:54


    PUBLIC SPEAKING Part 3 - Analysis of the Final Sermon of Nabi Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam by Radio Islam

    Drop In CEO
    Earl Breon: How to Successfully Promote Leaders from Within

    Drop In CEO

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 30:41


    On today's episode Earl Breon discusses how his experience in the military helped him recognize the need for foundational leadership training within corporate organizations. Listen in as Deborah and Earl discuss why internal promotions sometimes struggle, the lack of training in corporate settings for leadership basics, and how to support your emerging leaders to increase employee retention and create high performing teams.   Earl was raised in the Smoky Mountains of NE Tennessee and is a lover of all things leadership and history related. His view is that if you know your history you know your future.   Earl is also a master storyteller and whether it is coaching, mentoring, or speaking he likes to use stories from history to convey his concepts. He has turned this passion into a successful podcast titled The Responsible Leadership Podcast where he has interviewed guests with a wide array of backgrounds to include U.S. Ambassador Scott Gration, Howard J. Ross, and former Vietnam POW Col. Leon "Lee" Ellis.   It is Earl's passion for history, leadership, and storytelling that has guided his life's journey. For instance, The Eleven Shields of The Phalanx are rooted in the Eleven Principles of Leadership he learned as an active-duty United States Marine. He takes those back even further to the writings of Sun Tzu and Musashi to highlight how these timeless principles are directly applicable to your success today.   Earl's purpose is to help others be better people and better leaders.   You can connect with Earl in the following ways: Website: www.LeadershipPhalanx.com Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/earlbreon/   Create a personal career strategy that develops the leadership and communication skills you need to assess challenges, showcase your skills, and demonstrate your ability to be a C-Suite Leader. Learn more about the C-Suite Academy here: https://bit.ly/csawaitlist22  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Craft of Consulting Podcast
    Building Authority Through Effective Public Speaking—with Brenden Kumarasamy

    Craft of Consulting Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 33:57


    Public speaking expert Brenden Kumarasamy shares strategies for mastering public speaking to build authority in your market and get more clients.

    Fearless Presentation
    Start Your Own Public Speaking Company from Scratch

    Fearless Presentation

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 25:22


    This is part five of a five-part series about how to start a public speaking career. In the past episodes, we focused on how to use public speaking within your current career, both as an income stream and as marketing.We also covered a session on how to become a professional speaker for an established speaking company. In this episode, I cover a few step-by-step items that will help you create your own presentation company or speaking career from scratch. If you want to be a professional public speaker, these practical tips can help you get started.Show Notes: Start Your Own Public Speaking Company from Scratchhttps://www.fearlesspresentations.com/start-your-own-public-speaking-company-from-scratch/

    TheFemiNinjaProject
    Episode #182: The Art of Communication with Peter George

    TheFemiNinjaProject

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 43:24


    Peter George is a professional speaker, public speaking coach, author, and host of the Public Speaking with Peter George podcast. His recently released book is titled The Captivating Public Speaker: How to Engage, Impact, and Inspire Your Audiences.  Peter wasn't always a master communicator and had to overcome multiple obstacles before he finally found his voice. As a boy, Peter struggled with two speech impediments; a lisp and a stutter, which caused him to be shy, introverted, and reluctant to communicate for fear of being bullied and ridiculed. He learned how to express himself through sports, and as an adult realized he had to become proficient in effective communication to be successful in business. Peter shares his story along with valuable information that use can use to improve your communication skills, as well as the language of non-verbal communication, including body language, eye contact, posture, and facial expressions. If you would like to learn a few tricks of the trade which can help you the next time you step up on a stage, give a presentation at work, have a difficult conversation with a friend or family member, or simply feel more confident comfortable in your spoken words, this episode is for you! Download it today and glean a glimpse into the fine art of communication.     https://petergeorgepublicspeaking.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/petergeorgepublicspeaking/ https://twitter.com/Peter https://www.facebook.com/petergeorgepublicspeakingcoach

    The Thinking Project
    #234 - Brenden Kumarasamy | How To Master Public Speaking

    The Thinking Project

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 47:46


    Brenden is the founder of MasterTalk. He coaches ambitious executives & entrepreneurs to become the top 1% communicators in their industry. He also has a popular YouTube channel, MasterTalk, to provide free access to communication tools for everyone in the world. Join my Sales Mastermind Group for business owners and sales consultants - https://empatheticselling.com/ Join the Discord - https://discord.gg/UcZBk8Uu3c Music made by Qü ThaMusic - https://www.quthemusic.net/ The rest of my links to subscribe, support, and access more content - https://linktr.ee/daltonkjensen For the best health insurance, talk to Norm - https://thehappyhealthinsuranceguy.com/ For all your digital marketing needs, check out Monarch Social - https://monarchsocialbrand.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dalton-jensen/support

    Drop In CEO
    Jon Rennie: Strategies to Elevate New Leader to Trusted Partners

    Drop In CEO

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 34:37


    On today's episode Jon Rennie shares how he took a passion for leadership and created an opportunity to elevate leaders. Listen in as Deborah and Jon discuss authority vs. respect, the importance of motivating your people, utilizing your team for answers, and how to drive toward an objective as an organization.   Jon is a business leader, bestselling author, speaker, and podcaster.   He is the Co-Founder, President & CEO of Peak Demand Inc., a manufacturer of critical components for electrical utilities. He is a former U.S. Navy Nuclear Submarine Officer who made seven deployments during the end of the Cold War.   Prior to starting Peak Demand, he led eight manufacturing businesses for three global companies. He is the author of three bestselling leadership books, I Have the Watch, All in the Same Boat, and You Have the Watch. He is the host of the Deep Leadership podcast.   Jon successfully brings his unique navy leadership experience to the business world. On a submarine crew, officers and sailors work together in cramped spaces and challenging conditions to accomplish complex missions with no room for failure.   Jon learned quickly that the basic underlying principles for success at sea also led to high-performing teams on land.   Website: https://jonsrennie.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jonsrennie Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonsrennie/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JonSRenniebooks   Create a personal career strategy that develops the leadership and communication skills you need to assess challenges, showcase your skills, and demonstrate your ability to be a C-Suite Leader. Learn more about the C-Suite Academy here: https://bit.ly/csawaitlist22See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Bonus Babies
    Sana Latrease Cotten: I Learned That She Too Was Trafficked By Her Mom So It Was A Generational Thing

    Bonus Babies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 41:51


    Jayne Amelia talks with Sana Latrease Cotten, who was trafficked by her mother and grandmother as a young child, put in foster care and was then adopted but even so never really felt she belonged with her new family. Later, when she learned of her own mother's traumatic past, Sana learned how to forgive her and also to advocate for others in need. "Sana is the Founder of Unashamed, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which fosters emotional health in disadvantaged families that have experienced incarceration, foster care, and teen pregnancy. Through various initiatives, Unashamed, Inc. is equipping families with the tools they need to dismantle unhealthy generational patterns, and transition from surviving to thriving.At the tender age of 4, Sana and her twin brother were removed from the care of their drug-addicted mother and grandmother and put into the foster care system. Despite these early setbacks and emotional traumas in her life, Sana has emerged as a whole woman, unashamed of her past and boldly sharing her story. By the grace of God, Sana has impacted hundreds of women all over the United States by sharing her personal journey of denouncing shame and becoming healed and whole in Christ.Sana has a passion for advocacy work and youth within the foster care system. She has worked alongside the Department of Children and Families (DCF) in the state of Connecticut in various roles including as a QPI Champion (Quality Parenting Initiative) and as a speaker and advocate for the Queen Esther Initiative, a faith based, foster care and adoption recruitment and support program designed to increase the number of licensed foster and adoptive families in the state of Connecticut. In 2020, Sana published “Everyone Will Know It Was God,” a memoir which chronicles her life story of early childhood molestation and sexual abuse, and growing up in the foster care system to become who she is today—a powerful, anointed, healed and whole woman of God.Sana has been featured in numerous media outlets including Sheen Magazine, Voyage Dallas, the Moments of Joy podcast, Willie Moore Jr.'s Lunch Time Link Up, AOL.com, and CBNs the 700 Club. In 2019, Sana was named a 100 Women of Color by June Archer & Eleven28 Entertainment which recognizes the contributions of people of color in business, education, entrepreneurship, entertainment, government, service and the impact they have made on the lives of people throughout the State of Connecticut and Western Massachusetts communities. Sana is the wife of Reverend Joshua E. Cotten and the mother of her two greatest gifts, Jamir and Janai. She currently resides in Middletown Connecticut."UnashamedInc.org

    Publishing Secrets
    Published and Paid #3: Get Paid as a Writer with Public Speaking

    Publishing Secrets

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 11:31


    In this episode, you'll also hear:How public speaking can help you earn money and grow your platform at the same timeWhy you, a writer, are already uniquely qualified to land speaking engagementsThe two things you need to get started with public speakingOne simple step you can take today to get startedAre you a writer who feels lost, not knowing how to make a living off your passion? If so, you're in the right place. It's going to take some hard work and planning, but you can achieve your writing dreams. That's what the Published and Paid series is all about: helping you get from where you are now to where you want to be. Published and Paid Part 2 was all about the first path you can take to make money as a writer – writing books. This first path may seem like an obvious or even easy option, but it's a lot more difficult to make a living just by writing books than you might think. To succeed on that path, you must:Write quality books that people want to readManage your mindsetBe strategic in your marketing so you're reaching your target audienceWith those three things – and some dedication and commitment – you can certainly make money by writing books. But it's not the only way to make money as a writer – in fact, it may not even be the best way. So let's look at path #2, which uses the same knowledge you pour into writing books: public speaking.The Importance of Public SpeakingDid you know that many of the earliest books were transcribed speeches? In early civilization, public speaking was one of the primary means of communication. Without the technology we enjoy today, public speaking was the only way to reach a large audience. As a result, many of the most important speeches were transcribed and published, allowing the spoken word to be preserved and disseminated.For centuries, public speaking has been used to educate, entertain, and move audiences. And today, public speaking is still a very important skill. You see, in this era of digital media, it's even easier to reach a wide audience without ever speaking to them in person. That's why, whether it's online or in person, public speaking remains one of the most effective means of communication. It allows speakers to connect with their audience on a personal level and deliver a message in a way that is different from the written word. So for this reason, public speaking will continue to be an important part of our society. Build Your Platform & Spread Your God-Given MessageReal talk: it can be nerve-wracking to stand in front of a group of people, be it in person or online. But the rewards can be great. Public speaking gives you a chance to share your ideas, tell your story, and make a difference in the world.Imagine this: you're in a physical or virtual room full of people, all of whom are waiting to hear what you have to say. You have their undivided attention and the power to influence them. That's the power of public speaking!And make no mistake, public speaking is a valid and potentially very lucrative way to make money as a writer. Firstly, you can earn hundreds or even thousands of dollars in speaking fees when someone pays you to make a presentation. And then, following the presentation, you can sell your books at the back of the room. If you sell 75-100 copies at $10 each, that's $750-$1,000 – not at all bad for a writer without celebrity status!Plus, public speaking is a great way to build your platform and broaden your reach. If you do it well, people will remember you long after the event is over – especially if you make a call to action that gets the people in the room to join your email list. Then you can continue to build the relationship with value-adding content and make even more money in the long run. As a writer, you have a lot to offer as a speaker. Your years of experience and expertise uniquely qualify you to share your insights with the world. And when you speak on your specific topic, or the themes in your novel, your audience gets a firsthand account of your expertise. They can see and hear the passion you have for your work, and they can learn from your unique perspective. When you speak live, you'll also get reactions and feedback from your audience that will help you clarify your message and increase the value of your content. Seeing how your audience reacts to your message in real time will help you hone and refine your God-given message so that your message resonates even more deeply with the audience. So if you're looking for a way to make money as a writer, definitely consider public speaking. It's a great way to connect with your audience and share your unique insights with the world. The 2 Things You Need To Get StartedYou may be wondering: Is it difficult to get started with public speaking? Good news – it's actually easier than you think. You only need two things: persistence and a press kit. What's a press kit? It's a simple portfolio, also known as a media kit, that includes your bio, headshot, and writing or speaking samples. You can easily create one using Canva, and then the next step is to pitch yourself to event planners and individuals who may be interested in hiring you as a speaker.If that sounds daunting, just remember that everyone starts somewhere. That's where persistence comes in: the more pitches you send out, the better your chances of landing work. So don't be discouraged if you don't get immediate results. Just keep trying and putting yourself out there. Side note: we at 265 Point do lots of pitching for podcast engagements. But even as professional pitchers, we have to be incredibly persistent, too. It's not that our clients aren't highly sought after or don't have a lot of value to add – it's simply the nature of the business. After all, we're all busy. We get easily distracted. We get emails that we mean to reply to, but don't. We go on vacation. We have conferences. And so on, and so on. All of these factors play a role in when and how people respond to us. And that's why the more pitches you send out, and the more persistent you are, the better your chances of landing a gig. That's why you must be persistent. Then, once you do get your first gig, be willing to test and learn. Some speaking engagements will be more successful than others, but each one will give you valuable experience, and you'll get better with every opportunity. So if you're willing to put in the work, speaking can be a great way to make money as a writer.The Next Step: Create Your Author ProfileReady for your homework? This week, if you haven't already, create a free profile on our Christian Authors directory. The whole purpose of that site is to connect you with event planners, podcasters, bloggers, and more. These people are actively looking for someone with a message to share, and that someone could absolutely be you!And if you're really serious about earning money as a speaker, invest in a premium profile like Laurel Handfield, Mimi Kroger, Alicia Roberts, and many more. Then you'll be able to add your social media links, introductory video, and – you guessed it! – your new press kit. Plus, when you sign up, you'll get a FREE marketing review from Coach Tam so you can be sure you're on the right track. Yes, it's an investment. But this investment will pay off when you start landing those speaking gigs and earning money. So head on over to the Christian Authors directory, click “Submit Listing,” and let's get started! BIO:My name is Tamara "Coach Tam" Jackson and I am a published author, Facebook© Certified Digital Marketer, host of the Top 100 Publishing Secrets podcast, and founder of The Christian Authors Network (C.A.N.) Facebook© community. I specialize in helping mission-driven authors, coaches, and entrepreneurs increase their exposure, impact, and income through strategic self-publishing and digital media appearances. Just say yes and we will work together to attract a tribe of loyal followers that 1) "get you", 2) love what you do, and 3) are happy to invest in your book, business, cause, or movement. Plus, we will accomplish all of this without fake, salesy, sleazy, or manipulative tactics. 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    Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari
    IFH 602: Can Martin Scorsese Save Cinema with Margaret Bodde

    Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 76:40 Very Popular


    Margaret Bodde is the executive director of The Film Foundation, the non-profit organization created by Martin Scorsese in 1990 dedicated to the preservation and protection of motion pictures. Working in partnership with the archives and studios, TFF has preserved and restored over 925 films, including 49 restorations from 28 countries as part of the World Cinema Project.TFF educates young people about the visual language of film through its cinema literacy program, The Story of Movies. In addition, Bodde is the award-winning producer of several of Scorsese's documentaries."Our American artistic heritage has to be preserved and shared by all of us. Just as we've learned to take pride in our poets and writers, in jazz and the blues, we need to take pride in our cinema, our great American art form.” - Martin Scorsese, Founder and ChairThe Film Foundation, the non-profit organization created by Martin Scorsese to preserve cinema, invites you to come together for a series of beautifully restored films in the Restoration Screening Room, our new virtual theater, available through any web browser.Presentations will take place within a 24-hour window on the second Monday of each month, along with Special Features about the films and their restoration process. Monthly programming will encompass a broad array of restorations, including classic and independent films, documentaries, and silent films from around the world.The next free screening is August 8th. They will be playing an amazing Film Noir double feature. Arthur Ripley's 1946 classic The Chase and Edgar G. Ulmer's 1945 masterpiece Detour. Margaret is also a producer, known for Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese (2019), The 50 Year Argument (2014), Public Speaking (2010), George Harrison: Living in the Material World (2011), No Direction Home: Bob Dylan (2005), and the PBS 7-part series The Blues (2003).

    Superhumans At Work by Mindvalley
    How to use energy in your sales process - Jeffrey Allen

    Superhumans At Work by Mindvalley

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 32:18


    Selling With Love is more than a podcast! Join the community of like-minded entrepreneurs ready to overcome their sales blockages and transform the planet at: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/14070148/ ===== Are you familiar with energy work? Do you use intuition in your daily life? What if you could use those superpowers to increase the sales of your business? Jeffrey Allen, with more than 15 years of experience as an energy healer, explains in this conversation practical strategies to use energy to connect with clients and build partnerships. A key takeaway is to switch your focus to your prospects instead of yourself and to let your intuition guide and prepare your interactions beforehand. Remain authentic, trust your unique path, and keep on helping people by offering your service from a place of alignment and coherence.  =====