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Episode Info: , but make it for the benefit of your audience.  [29:36] Preparation is key. Before each talk Lynda encourages her clients to prepare an outline and list three major points to talk about, as well as the goal they want out of the event or meeting.   [36:43] Storytelling can be powerful, but it is just one piece of the puzzle.  [40:41] Public speakers have the opportunity to inspire the audience, or to strike a chord of emotion.  [41:52] Everybody has a story to tell, and it’s important to share that story for the sake of the audience rather than for yourself.  [42:02] You don’t have to be a stand up comedian, or joke writer to make people laugh and feel humor during your public speaking.    Quotable Quotes  “Every performance should have a goal.”  “If a leader does not communicate well, how do they lead?  “When you are a great public speaker you can not afford to be beholden to the approval of your audience.”  “The less word spoken the more words remembered.”  “We earn respect from the audience.”  “If we all did the things we are capable of, we would astound ourselves.” - Thomas Edison    TLP157: Agility – perspectives from the former Director of the National Security Agency (NSA) and Commander of US Cyber Command   TLP047: Insights on How Individual Self Awareness Affects Team Performance  Website | Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram...
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