This episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast features Carma’s interview with Elizabeth Murray, an author, photographer, painter and garden designer. She is best known for her 25 years of work in helping to restore Monet’s garden, photographing them. She uses her beautiful photography to help illustrate her workshops and lectures, which are filled with personal stories, garden metaphors, and warm humor.
Length: 20 minutes, 19 seconds
Elizabeth Murray’s gentle, calm warmth is apparent in this episode of the podcast. She talks about how to dress when you’re going to be wearing a mic, speaking knowledgeably and authentically, how to set yourself up for success with pre-event technology check-ins, and audience engagement.
Elizabeth Murray’s Big Tip: Learn your subject in a joyful way, she says. “It’s not just about facts, but it’s also about stories.”
About the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast Series
Carma Spence, the author of Public Speaking Super Powers, interviewed 80+ speakers as research for the book. This podcast shares those interviews so you can hear what the Featured Speakers said in their own words. This series will run twice a week, on Mondays and Wednesdays, until all interviews are posted.