Sep 4, 2020
in this Episode:
- The art of presentation is always fundamental to business
- The first step to mastering public speaking is to shift the
conversation about why the fear of public speaking exists.
We’ve been conditioned to view public speaking as a responsibility,
a chore, and as something we don’t enjoy, as opposed to using
public speaking to make an impact and to scale ideas that matter to
- The greatest speakers present the same presentation hundreds of
- You can have an unlimited number of passions, but you only have
a limited number of decisions.
Brenden talks about a 3-step framework that we can use to improve
the foundations of our public speaking skills.
- “If we’re only going to live one life, how about we do
something interesting with it.”
A great exercise to put things in perspective is to write your own
eulogy. How will people remember you when you’re gone?
- Steve tries to change a question, and Juliet puts her foot
- “Communicate the weird things that you do on a daily basis to
everyone else around you, that is not illegal, and it will help
remind you that you are different and you’re meant to be doing
- “Wise men speak because they have something to say; fools speak
because they have to say something.” - Plato
Our guest is Brenden Kumarasamy, founder of
MasterTalk. He’s setting out to help people overcome their fears
and master the art of public speaking in order to scale their ideas
and become successful.
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