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Thank you for tuning in to today's episode. I am sharing my experience and Pecha Kucha talk from Podfest 2019. Below is a description from google: Pecha Kucha is a presentation format devised by Japanese architects, Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of Klein Dytham architecture. The first PechaKucha Night was held in Tokyo in their gallery/lounge/bar/club/creative kitchen, SuperDeluxe, in February, 2003. Pecha Kucha is a rigid presentation format in which the speaker has exactly 20 slides to speak about, with exactly 20 seconds allocated for each slide. I had 15 seconds a slide for my talk at Podfest. Although I speak often at large events, I was nervous for this presentation. Not only due to the 5 minutes I had to deliver 20 slides, but because I was talking about podcasting to Podcasters. I knew the audience of Podcasters who's shows were varied, and most likely had nothing to do with Spirituality. My topic was "How to inspire spiritual growth through a Podcast" The only way I was going to connect to this audience was to be myself. I had the opportunity to see many people deliver their talk before me, and they were speaking super fast, looking at the slides and not connecting to the audience. I knew, if I was going to make an impact, I had to do a few things differently. 1. Breathe 2. Invite them to take a cleansing breath with me 3. Slow down and pause between my words 4. Hold space 5. Bless the energy in the room It really was a great opportunity to speak. I truly felt that I delivered my point and impacted the audience. As I enter my 6th year in podcasting, I continue to grow and evolve. I do not take it lightly you tune in each week. I will continue to stay on the fore front of podcasting and continue to deliver content to serve your spiritual growth. Please feel free to contact me for show ideas as well as offering featured guests. You can connect with me on or email me May you continue on your path to spiritual growth Many Blessings~Tina


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