Steve Gamlin shares his thoughts on the importance of being authentically you on the stage. He includes some tips on how to do that, as well.
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Diane Conklin shares her best advice on how to overcome the fear of speaking. Hint: It involves practice and authenticity.
Featured Speaker Elizabeth Murray thinks that “respond to authenticity.” She says “they respond to someone who is passionate and who’s speaking from their heart.” However, for many newer speakers, bringing their authenticity to the stage can seem frightening or unprofessional. To be an effective speaker, “you need to step into […]
As research for my book, Public Speaking Super Powers, I interviewed more than 85 business and professional speakers. Each one shared what they thought their public superpower was and how to develop that superpower. What emerged from those many conversations was a clear indication of what the top 3 speaking […]
Vulnerability isn’t a word that’s often associated with strength – and yet there’s a lot of power in vulnerability. Being vulnerable can help you develop true connections and to have the courage to be your authentic self. In her audiobook The Power of Vulnerability: Teachings of Authenticity, Connection and Courage […]
This episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast marks a change in the format and frequency of the show. From this point on, the podcast will be available in both video (via YouTube) and audio (via iTunes and other podcast distributors) formats. To launch this change in format, guest […]
This episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast features Carma’s interview with Steve Gamlin, a motivational speaker with more than six years’ experience, who spent more than 19 years on his journey of personal development. Podcast Highlights Length: 17 minutes, 02 seconds Steve Gamlin has experience in radio, as […]