Do you want to be calm, confident, and credible every time you speak in public?
Then tune in to the Public Speaking with Peter George where you'll learn how superior public speaking skills can help you increase your impact, influence, and income -- whether you're speaking on stage, presenting in meetings, or selling to prospects.
How to Be Calm Using Your Rib Cage and Breath with Dr. Amy Novotny
I don’t know about you, but if I were asked to list the various ways the body is involved in public speaking, I would include stance, movement, gestures, heart rate, and even sweating. And to be honest, the rib cage would be far down on that list, if it were on it at all.
In this episode, Dr. Amy Novoty is going to share why the often-neglected rib cage should be higher on that list and how it helps you when you deliver presentations in meetings and on stage.
QuickBites: Top 10 Things My Mom Taught Me About Public Speaking
When I started coaching, I realized that many of the things my mother taught me about interacting with others were spot on.
From her point of view, she was teaching me about respect. However, she couldn't have known that she was also teaching me about one of the most valuable aspects of presentation skills — engagement.
Listen in, and catch the top 10 things my mom taught me about public speaking.
Voice Management for a Healthy Sound and Compelling Message with Alana McKenzie
Richard Strauss said, “The human voice is the most beautiful instrument of all, but it is the most difficult to play.”
He was so right. Think about the numerous aspects of the human voice that you can manipulate, including pitch, rate, tone, and volume. Add to this that, just like any fine instrument, you need to care for it.
With so much to know and do, it’s no wonder that so many speakers pay little attention to their voices and using them well.
In this episode, Alana McKenzie helps you treat your voice as an instrument, prevent vocal pain or exhaustion, and create authentic and compelling emotion in your speaking.
QuickBites: Advatages Introverts Have When Speaking in Public
Are you an introvert? Great! Because too many people believe you need to be an extrovert to enjoy or excel at public speaking. Thankfully, this isn’t the case. In fact, if you are an introvert, you have several advantages.
In this short episode, you’re going to learn about three of these advantages and the benefits they provide.
Perhaps you can be inspired by these famous people who are self-proclaimed introverts.
- Warren Buffett
- Elon Musk
- Barack Obama
- Clint Eastwood
- Micheal Jordan
- Lady Gaga
- Mahatma Gandhi
- Julia Roberts
- Meryl Streep
- Tom Hanks
- Christina Aguilera
- Elton John
- Abraham Lincoln
- Issac Newton
- Albert Einstein
- Bill Gates
- Steven Spielberg
- Eleanor Roosevelt
- Mark Zuckerberg
- Larry Page
- JK Rowling
- Charles Darwin
- Dr. Seuss
- Steve Wozniak
Comparing and Contrasting Speaking and Writing Skills with Geralyn Gendreau
Speaking on stage and writing a book are often seen as two entirely different disciplines ... and with good reason. But is it really that cut and dry? In this episode, prolific speaker and author, Geralyn Gendreau compares and contrasts speaking and writing, based on her own experiences. Tune in and discover if you have a speech (or book) in you, and if you do, how to find your voice and clarify your message.
QuickBites: How to Build a Strong Foundation for Your Talks
Do you watch any of the home renovation shows? My wife and I do. And it didn't take watching very many shows to realize that there was going to be a surprise – a problem – in every episode, no matter which shows we were watching. But, of course, this makes sense since stories, to be interesting, need challenges or conflicts. The surprise I like most is when the hosts discover there are problems with the house's foundation. Then, all structural work comes to a screeching halt because all they do structurally is at risk until the foundation is solid. This situation is a near-perfect metaphor for developing a talk. Your presentation is likely to have problems without establishing a solid foundation, just like a house built on an unreliable foundation. Listen in and discover how you can build a strong foundation for your talks.
New As A Speaker
Just from this first episode i grabbed a lot of nuggets from. Peter i am excited and cant wait to hear future guests and what they have to bring. Im sure the value will be through the roof.
Peter is a very knowledgeable and personable host. If you are interested in public speaking or in search of more useful information…check him out!
Podcast with Darrell Williams
The Podcast experience was very good. Peter asked insightful questions that allowed for great dialogue. Additionally, the questions led to answers that were very helpful to listeners and provided them with tangible action steps that could help add more value to their lives. Peter has developed a great platform to inspire others.