For over 30 years, Dynamic Communicators, producers of the SCORRE Conference, Launch Conferences and The Art & Business of Public Speaking have helped speakers, authors, and aspiring communicators learn how to prepare with focus, deliver with clarity, and speak with power. Our acclaimed conferences and podcast featuring industry-leading presenters have helped thousands build their businesses and become the speakers they've always wanted to be.
Hosted by Ken Davis, author, speaker and communications trainer, the Art and Business of Public Speaking is a podcast designed to provide rich resources empowering public speakers to construct and deliver exceptional presentations that will lead people to action and powerfully impact lives. In addition, it will reveal strategies and creative ideas that will jumpstart a speaking career or catapult an existing career to the next level. If you speak, if you write, or if you perform in public, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome!
140: How Do You Get Started in the Art and Business of Public Speaking
“Every Adventure requires a first step” - Unknown
This week Paul and Ken are back and ready to discuss one of the most important steps you have to take as a public speaker! On this episode Paul and Ken discuss how they got into speaking and most importantly the first steps you need to take to get started!
139: Two Steps In Becoming A Better Communicator
“If a person has a good message anything that distracts from it is bad.” - Ken Davis
Do you know what behaviours or distractions could be stifling your message while speaking?
Even the best speakers in the world run into obstacles that detract from their message. On this week’s episode, Ken and Paul are back to discuss the two steps you need to take to overcome such obstacles and be the best communicator you can be while speaking! Tune in for this and more!
138: Out of Quarantine and "Back To The Stage"
With 2020 over and as life begins to open back up, what will public speaking look like in a post-pandemic world?
How does one operate between virtual speaking and live speaking?
137: Four Areas of Focus that Will Lead to a Well-Executed and Memorable Event
In episode 137 Ken Davis interviews Matt and Lauren Brady about their new venture, Bradymade Productions. In this episode you’ll learn: •About the key ingredients to a successful event •The most common mistakes made by event organizers •How to create a memorable event without breaking the bank "Every single detail should lead toward the objective of your event."
136: The Power of Public Speaking
In episode 136 Lee Camp, Professor at Lipscomb University and Executive Producer, Host and Writer of the Tokens Show, joins Ken Davis and Matt Brady to talk about the power and influence a speech can have on a community. In this episode you’ll learn: •That the power of speech is incredibly influential •That there is a time and a place to be straightforward •The balance of using complex terminology and layman’s terms "So much of speaking is painting a picture”
135: How Speakers Can Leverage a Digital Communication Platform
In episode 135 Ken Davis and Matt Brady talk to Stu McLaren about alternative streams of income for speakers. In this episode you’ll learn: •How to generate even more revenue from speaking engagements •How to leverage a digital communication platform •The difference between online training and membership sites "Ask yourself, how will someone’s life be better or different as a result of what you’re selling.”