The Public Speaker helps you to inform, motivate, entertain, and persuade better. Join host and creator Lisa B. Marshall for short, practical tips that help you to be engaging and memorable every time you speak. It's not just about public speaking, it's about effective communication.
353 TPS How to Stand Out in an Interview—Even If You've Been Laid Off
A listener wonders how to manage her frustration after being laid off twice. Are your emotions getting in the way of acheiving your goals? Lisa provides strategies to manage your emotions and acheive success. Read the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/2btNBk5
352 TPS How to Change Topics Mid-Conversation
Do you ever find yourself in a conversation you don’t want to be having? Or maybe the subject has just gone on for too long. There are some polite ways to lead the conversation in a direction hopefully everyone will enjoy. Lisa B. Marshall, aka The Public Speaker, shows you how. Read full transcript here: http://bit.ly/2btyNB9
351 TPS How to Express Anger in a Healthy Way
Do you struggle with understanding or managing anger? Do you wonder how to communicate when you’re feeling angry? Lisa B. Marshall, aka The Public Speaker, has some tips to help. Read the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/2b7lhoQ
350 TPS Should You Disclose Health Conditions to Your Boss?
Do you wonder how much of a health issue should be disclosed? Lisa B. Marshall, aka The Public Speaker, answers that question and more. Read the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/2alOCeU
349 TPS How to Tactfully Disagree with Someone
We all find ourselves in disagreements occasionally. So what should you do? Keep your mouth shut or say what you think? And if you speak up, what should you say? Lisa B. Marshall, aka The Public Speaker, has the answers. Read the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/29YhIgT
348 TPS How to Break the News to Your Teen
Wondering how to share sensitive information with a young adult child? Lisa B. Marshall, aka The Public Speaker, shares a personal story, and a recent study indicating the best way to share sensitive information with an older child. Read the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/29IHybZ
Useful for all ages!
I really enjoy the short podcasts with focused discussion, and often listen to them when I'm on a short walk or while commuting. As a graduate student, I find the advice very relevant, but I feel it will be relatable to almost anyone, whether you're a student, fresh graduate or a seasoned professional, and regardless of the trade you are in.
Admittedly, I was kind of put off by Lisa's flat voice initially (she sounded so bored), but I quickly got used to it and now finds her podcasts very informative indeed.