The Breakthrough Public Speaking Podcast
Why public speaking matters for your brand

Why public speaking matters for your brand

February 21, 2022

Trudie Avery is a leading authority on branding who helps start-ups and small businesses stand out from the crowd. With over 25 years of branding experience behind her, she is passionate about educating businesses on the importance of creating a brand that is true to them and connects with clients.

 

As a speaker, Trudie has copious amounts of energy, is enthusiastic and passionate and engages audiences from her first word.

 

Topic:

In this episode, Trudie will talk about why public speaking whether it’s for video, over zoom, or for live in-person events is essential for your brand.

  • Why public speaking is essential for your brand whether it’s for an in-person audience, video, or via Zoom.
  • How you can ensure your brand stands out from the crowd.
  • Trudie’s own experience of doing weekly videos for her business
  • Advice for business owners who want to show prospects the person behind the brand.

Where to find Trudie

trudie.averycreative.co.uk
https://logolady.com/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/trudie-avery/

Inner leadership and being there for others

Inner leadership and being there for others

February 14, 2022

In this episode, Jono will talk about one of my favourite topics, self-awareness and inner-leadership. He’ll also talk about the importance of having conversations about mental health and being there for others.

 

Jono covers the following topics:

  • The importance of self-awareness and inner-leadership
  • The impact of his own childhood experiences on his mental health
  • Burnout, reaching an ultimate low and why having conversations is essential
  • How a friend’s tragedy spurred him on to being there for others

Trigger warning for listeners of this episode

 

To connect with Jono go to:

https//www.jonopoon.com

https://www.instagram.com/jonopoon

My stammer, my public speaking asset

My stammer, my public speaking asset

July 6, 2021

In this episode, Dr. Jessie Bwanali talks about how her stammer has now become her asset as a speaker now that she's learned to manage it.

Jessie is a molecular virologist working as a business development manager for a drug discovery organisation. Jessie is also a keen Toastmaster having discovered it 10 years ago whilst seeking support for her stammer. She’s currently a member of Pegasus Speakers Advanced Toastmaster’s club where I’ve had the great pleasure of being Jessie’s mentor.

In this episode Jessie covers the following topics:

  • The experience and challenges of having a stammer
  • Finding solutions and support
  • How to support others with stammers
  • How to manage a stammer and why it’s become an asset for Jessie
To connect with Jessie go to

 https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessie-bwanali-phd-mba-0860287/

Regaining lost confidence

Regaining lost confidence

June 16, 2021

In this episode, Mark and Jules Kennedy talk about their journey to recovering their confidence after serious health crises.

Mark and Jules Kennedy are two motivational speakers who are the creators of the multi-award-winning Future Toolbox. They are also the authors of Don't get your neck tattooed and What the hell just happened?

In this episode they cover the following topics:

  • Mark's accident and the physical and mental health challenges he faced following a brain injury.
  • Jules' journey from being diagnosed with breast cancer to recovering and getting back into a life that wasn't quite the same.
  • How they recovered their lives and their confidence after losing it all during these periods of illness.

To connect with Mak and Jules Kennedy check out their website www.futuretoolbox.co.uk

Public speaking, motivation and mindset

Public speaking, motivation and mindset

April 27, 2021

In this episode Tony Fasulo shares tips about public speaking, motivation mindset and what it means to ‘free your magic.’

He covers the following topics:

  • What it means to free your magic as a speaker
  • How to be more confident without being arrogant
  • A public speaking technique to make you feel more confident
  • How to stay more positive
  • His own experience of the disadvantages of perfectionism

To connect with Tony you can visit www.tonyfasulo.com

Or check out his podcast here https://tonyfasulo.com/the-tnt-talk-show/

Presenting on video - developing a process

Presenting on video - developing a process

April 27, 2021

In this episode, Andy Goram will share his experience of how he went from a confident speaker in the corporate world to an entrepreneur, nervous about doing videos for his new business. He’ll also share the step-by-step process he used to develop his confidence and produce top-quality videos.

He covers the following topics:

  • Why he was more confident about speaking in front of an in-person audience than on videos.
  • How it was easier to feel confident as a speaker in the corporate world, to speaking on video for his new business as an entrepreneur.
  • How his 16-year-old daughter gave him the inspiration to start doing videos.
  • The step-by-step process he used to build his confidence and start presenting on video.
  • What’s the most important thing to remember about presenting on video.

Where you can find Andy and a link to his daughter's YouTube channel mentioned in the interview.

Bizjuicer Website:                                                                            

https://www.bizjuicer.com

Sticky From The Inside Podcast:                                                

 https://www.bizjuicer.com/podcast

Megan Goram’s Megzmakeup YouTube Channel:             

 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC-vJs4edKCKSkYvuZtAbWg

From computer games to speaking on stage

From computer games to speaking on stage

April 27, 2021

In this episode Tom Crate shares his experiences of going from a shy teenager playing computer games to an award-winning motion designer, delivering talks at international events.

He covers the following topics:

  • How shyness and lack of confidence was holding him back
  • His journey in overcoming his nervousness around public speaking
  • How he had a burnout and recovered to live a more balanced life
  • What it means to him to practice self-compassion

To connect with Tom you can visit www.tomcrate.com

Or find his podcast here https://creativeweirdo.simplecast.com/

Introduction to the podcast

Introduction to the podcast

April 7, 2021

In this episode, Sarina talks about what to expect in the podcast, the main ideas and types of interviews that you'll listen to, as well as the idea behind starting the podcast.

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