The Practically Speaking podcast is a safe space for real conversations about what it takes to speak up in a world that’s constantly telling us what, when, and how we should speak. Each episode is designed around you, the person who longs to be a speak like a pro, whether that’s in the board room, on a stage or at home. Hosted by Alex Perry, owner of Practically Speaking, TEDx speaker and coach and author of Minivan Mogul: A Crash Course in Confidence for women, this show unravels what it takes to speak with confidence, whether you’re talking to one person or a thousand.
Part Two: Gary Noesner Interview. Waco, Minivans and Moonshine.
You're going to love part two of my interview with Gary. If you missed part one, I suggest you go back and listen to that first, before you dive into this episode.
Here, Gary answers questions about the Netflix series Waco, including how accurate the series is, what ultimately went wrong and what his relationship is with Dick Rogers and Jeff Jamar today.
Part One Interview with Gary Noesner
Part one of my interview with retired FBI hostage negotiator Gary Noesner. Gary's book, Stalling for Time, served as part of the basis for the Netflix series Waco. Gary shares an incredibly timely message on the importance of listening to others.
How do I know what's important to my audience?
Today I'm answering the question... "How do you know what's important to your audience?" It's simple, but not easy!
Make sure to listen all the way through today's episode because I'm announcing my very FIRST podcast guest and you're not going to believe who said yes!
Then hit subscribe so you don't miss it!!
How Do I Get Better at Storytelling?
This is a question I get asked All. Of. The Time. I hope that by now you're starting to figure out that my answer will be simple, and not necessarily easy. In this episode, I'm tackling the question "Alex, how do I get better at storytelling?" If you dream of sharing stories in conversations, in presentations, or on a stage. This episode is for you!
How much research do you need to do before you share an idea?
Today, I'm answering a question from my good friend, Jared Olsen. Jared is the head of Customer Success and a Product Evangelist for Motivosity. “How much research must you do before you can talk about an idea in a public setting?"
If you’ve ever wondered about how much research, you need to share an idea when you’re speaking in public, take a listen to my answer here. The answer is simple…maybe not easy.
Thanks for sharing your question, Jared!
Why would anyone care what I have to say?
Today I'm answering the question "Why would anyone care what I have to say?" Take a listen!
Positive, informative and practical ways to adjust your mindset and engage yourself and others to enhance relationships and business endeavors! And she’s fun!
The perfect podcast
I love all things Alex Perry. This podcast is everything I need. Amazing advice, vulnerability and real discussion from an incredibly talented individual.