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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.

Public Speaking with Peter George Peter George

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 25 Ratings

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.

    QuickBites: The Most Powerful Word You Can Use in Your Presentations

    QuickBites: The Most Powerful Word You Can Use in Your Presentations

    Which word in the English language do you believe is the most powerful? Of course, if you're like most people, you'll say it's "please." Now, answer this question, please. Which word in the English language do you believe is the most powerful when it comes to speaking in public? Listen in, and you'll learn how this simple word helps you and your talks connect more effectively with your individual audience members.

    • 3 min
    How to Connect with Young Audiences with Ryan Sweat

    How to Connect with Young Audiences with Ryan Sweat

    If you want to know how effective a public speaker you really are, then you should present to students and young adults. As one of my clients who routinely speaks to students likes to say, “You have to know what you’re doing because kids will eat you alive.” But he’s quick to add that presenting to young people can be one of the more exhilarating experiences you could have, and if you do it well, you live to do it again. In this episode, Ryan Sweat shares with you his expertise when it comes to speaking, including with the teens and young adults of Gen Z.

    • 24 min
    QuickBites: Don't Let Your Brain Screw Up Your Talk

    QuickBites: Don't Let Your Brain Screw Up Your Talk

    Your brain’s primary functions include keeping you alive and steering you clear of harm’s way. When it determines that you are in a dangerous situation, or even in a stressful one, it initiates the fight or flight response. Once that adrenaline begins flowing through your body, all sorts of things start to happen, including your brain becoming super vigilant. In this episode, you’ll learn how your brain, in an effort to help and protect you, may actually undermine your talk and how you can keep it from happening.

    • 3 min
    How to Learn and Borrow from Speakers, Musicians, and Comedians with Jeff Belanger

    How to Learn and Borrow from Speakers, Musicians, and Comedians with Jeff Belanger

    Everyone has their own public speaking styles practices. The key is to learn from others, take the ideas that resonate with you and your style and make them your own. Of course, once you do that, you should continue to learn, always advancing and honing your skills. One of the people you want to learn from is my guest, Jeff Belanger. In this episode, he explains how he has developed his public speaking skills, including how he learned from those in other professions.

    • 34 min
    QuickBites: How to Connect with Your Audience Before Walking on Stage

    QuickBites: How to Connect with Your Audience Before Walking on Stage

    How long do you have to establish a connection with your audience? Is it 3 minutes? 1 minute? 30 seconds? How about 15 seconds? Or 3 seconds?
     
    I side with those who say 3 seconds. Now, you might be thinking, “How can I possibly connect with an audience in 3 seconds?”
     
    Listen in and learn how you can connect with your audience before walking on stage and still have 3 seconds to spare.

    • 4 min
    Using Speaking Skills to Elevate Your Leadership Skills with Simon Threvarthen

    Using Speaking Skills to Elevate Your Leadership Skills with Simon Threvarthen

    Leaders have the opportunity to effect change, to move people, to make a difference. And to do that, they need many skills, but one of them maybe more than any other. Of course, it's public speaking.
     
    As leaders, too many of us miss out on these opportunities because we don’t spend the necessary time building these skills, thinking of them as soft skills, as opposed to the power skills they actually are.
     
    In this episode, Simon Trevarthen shares ways that you can use these skills to better communicate with others, ultimately providing yourself with a greater chance for the success you’ve been striving for.
     
    Takeaways
    - 3 Keys to connecting with your listeners
    - The 3 most powerful words in the English language
    - Using the rightly-timed pause
    - Delivering the powerful 3-minute presentations
    - How to create and tell hi-def stories
    - The reason to combine emotion with data
    - Why butterflies are your friend
    - How short sentences connect with your audience
     
    Resources
    - ElevateYourGreatness.com
    - https://www.linkedin.com/in/simontrevarthen/
    - https://www.facebook.com/simon.trevarthen.9

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

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25 Ratings

25 Ratings

swazzy339 ,

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.

fitfastandfabulous ,

Vocal Variety

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!

Alliance Seminars Coaching ,

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.

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