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How to move your audience to action with Sarah Archer

Speaking Business podcast

How to move your audience to action. Sarah Archer is on a mission to show coaches, experts, leaders business owners and aspiring change makers how to create talks with passion, personality and purpose that also get results. She teaches you how to combine storytelling, humour, performance and marketing principles so that you don’t just engage, entertain and inspire your audience but also move them to action, whether that’s buying your book, product or service, or booking you for another gig. Sarah is a speaking and marketing coach, playwright, performer, ex-HR Director, and host of The Speaking Club Podcast, (which is in the top 1% of podcasts and in over 180 countries). This mix means she is uniquely qualified to share how to create content that makes your audience stop, engage and fall in love with your message. Learn more about Sarah Archer Connect with Sarah on LinkedIn More about Maria Franzoni Connect with Maria on LinkedIn Listen Here Libsyn Itunes Stitcher Spotify

28mins

16 Aug 2022

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Martha Stewart w. Sarah Archer

You're Wrong About

This week we’re dishing up a mouthwatering feast of history, gossip, and white collar crime. Guest Sarah Archer tells the tale of Martha Stewart, a girl from New Jersey who achieved world domination by letting us look at her basket collection. Digressions include prairie dresses, condensed soups, and how to tell if your tween is reading Sunset Magazine.Some Notes:K-Mart CommercialEarly Martha Stewart Living TV showMartha on Letterman post-prisonSnoop and Martha, 2008Martha's Princess Peony Announcement Part 1Martha's Princess Peony Announcement Part 2Martha and Snoop lighter adSNL Martha / K-Mart bankruptcy Everything Martha eats in a dayHere's where to find Sarah Archer:WebsiteTwitterSupport us:Bonus Episodes on PatreonDonate on PaypalBuy cute merchWhere else to find us:Sarah's other show, You Are Good [YWA co-founder] Mike's other show, Maintenance PhaseLinks:https://www.sarah-archer.com/https://twitter.com/Sarcherhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TI7hGjIwRsY https://youtu.be/6ko8WoHhmTc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtZ2SZyJhgAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ocre0kXgvg https://www.instagram.com/p/Cb5uPYlpZK7/https://www.instagram.com/p/Cb5uPYlpZK7/https://www.instagram.com/p/Cb5u2hqpHzW/ https://youtu.be/y8jAtLBF_Lkhttps://youtu.be/Yme4gdvYi3Uhttps://youtu.be/lKh2IkbCbQohttp://patreon.com/yourewrongabouthttps://www.teepublic.com/stores/youre-wrong-abouthttps://www.paypal.com/paypalme/yourewrongaboutpodhttps://www.podpage.com/you-are-goodhttp://maintenancephase.comSupport the show

1hr 4mins

20 Jun 2022

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[Insights] Using Your Voice in Public Speaking with Jay Miller, Helen Langford, Kristin Linklater and Sarah Archer - 217

The Speaking Club: Mastering the Art of Public Speaking

Your voice is one of the most neglected, yet most important tools you have as a public speaker.  Your ability to be heard clearly, to last out the talk energetically, and to connect powerfully with the emotions of your audience are all reliant on your voice. That’s why for the first of the insights episodes, I have pulled together highlights from some of the best voice artists and teachers to help you ensure that you are looking after and fully utilising this incredible instrument.  First up, joining me on the show is Jay Miller. Jay has spent the last 20 years training speakers, actors and business people how to develop a great voice, as well as overcome anxiety around public speaking. He is now one of Canada’s finest voice and speech coaches, appearing across the Canadian media, and his work has had a profound effect, not only on building compelling and engaging voices, but also on the lives of those people that work with him.  Helen Langford is a voice actor, who absolutely loves the sound of her own voice … and so do lots of others. She works for many corporate clients, including household names, and every day she tells stories, explains tricky concepts, promotes brilliant ideas and gets to be somebody new! Kristin Linklater has sadly passed away since recording the original interview, which makes what she shares even more precious. She had a long and distinguished career as a teacher and actor in Europe and America, working with some of the most prestigious theatre companies and dramatic institutions in the world. She also wrote one of the seminal books on voice technique based on hearing ‘the person, not the voice Enjoy! What you’ll discover:  Jay: The distinction between projection and speaking louder.  Why you should treat your voice like a plant you love.  A tip you can use to sound better tomorrow and develop vocal stamina. Sarah: How you can influence the emotional state of your audience  Things that can affect the pitch of your voice as a public speaker  Tips for getting more pitch variation Helen: How to avoid the droning voice. Why your voice is never fully dressed without a smile  The difference between pitch and tone Simple vocal warm up exercises you can do at the side of the stage.  Kristin: The connection between mind, body and voice.   Examples of bad voice habits and how they impact the quality of our performance?  How trying to control our voice reduces our vocal stamina. Why public speakers must ‘feel’ the words and not hide behind a presentational tone. Guest Links: All things Jay: Jay’s Website –http://voiceandspeech.com Jay’s YouTube Channel - Visit Voice & Speech on YouTube Discounted video course Jay Miller: The Back Exercise Video - https://youtu.be/_97RZ7uRuQs All things Helen: https://www.helenlangfordvoiceovers.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/helensvoice/ All things Kristin: https://www.linklatervoice.com Freeing the Natural Voice by Kristin Linklater Freeing Shakespeare’s Voice by Kristin Linklater Full Guest Episode Links: Episode 047 - Raise Your Voice with Jay Miller Episode 053 - Four Tools to Help Avoid Being a Dull Speaker by Sarah Archer Episode 076 - How to tell a Story with Your Voice with Helen Langford Episode 116 - Setting Your Authentic Voice Free for Great Public Speaking with Kristin Linklater Resources: The consonant scale warm up: Ba ba ba bee, ba ba ba baa, ba ba ba, bee, bee, bee, baa, baa, baa, boo, boo, boo Ca ca ca cee, ca ca ca caa, ca ca ca cee, cee, cee caa, caa, caa, coo, coo, coo And so on! Want to get better at finding and sharing your stories then check out our FREE Five Day Snackable Story Challenge Practice your speaking & test your content in a safe space in The Speaking Club ‘Live’ Membership Want to create a signature talk that sells, then check out our Nail Your Signature Talk in 60 Days programme.  Want to find out about working with me 121 then book a call here. https://www.saraharcher.co.uk Thanks for listening! To share your thoughts:                                                   Leave a comment below. Share this show on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. To help the show out: Leave an honest review at https://www.ratethispodcast.com/tsc Your ratings and reviews really help get the word out and I read each one.  Subscribe on iTunes. *(please note if you use my link I get a small commission, but this does not affect your payment)

44mins

7 Apr 2022

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027 | Getting unstuck after redundancy, with Sarah Archer

HR Coffee Time

If you’re facing redundancy, or find yourself having to make other people redundant, this episode is here to help. Listen now to hear tips and strategies to help you or the people around you get ‘unstuck’ and move forward successfully.Key Points From This Episode[01:47] Introduction with Sarah Archer[02:19] Redundancy statistics in 2020[03:40] Introduction to Fay Wallis[05:33] What is the ‘change curve’?[07:17] The change curve - stages one & two - shock & denial[07:48] The change curve - stages three & four - frustration & depression[08:32] The change curve - stages five & six - experiment & decision[09:02] The change curve - stage seven - integration[14:44] How to help with emotional struggles[15:55] Building a support network[19:43] A technique to help you feel more positive[21:30] How organisations can support their people - arranging outplacement support[22:32] How organisations can support their people - communication[26:17] Why organisations should invest in outplacement support[30:46] Fay’s top tips for anyone going through redundancy[33:07] How to connect with Fay[33:29] How to connect with Sarah[33:48] Bright Sky Career Coaching's free & paid solutions to help with redundancyUseful Links From This EpisodeConnect with Fay on LinkedInThe Bright Sky Career Coaching websiteConnect with Sarah on LinkedInLinkedIn Live Video: How to get unstuck post redundancyPodcast: 002 | Handling redundancies (of less than 20 people) with confidenceArticle: Understanding & supporting staff when making redundanciesArticle: Alternatives to redundancy – things to consider firstArticle: 9 ways to help employees facing redundancyFay’s Power Up Your LinkedIn Profile online courseFay’s CV Toolkit (online CV writing course)Rate and Review the PodcastIf you found this episode of HR Coffee Time helpful, please do rate and review it on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. If you're kind enough to leave a review, please do let Fay know so she can say thank you. You can always reach her at: fay@brightskycareercoaching.co.uk.Enjoyed This Episode? Don't Miss the Next One!Be notified each time a new episode of HR Coffee Time is released and get access to other free career tips, tools and resources by signing up to receive the free weekly HR Coffee Time email.

35mins

18 Mar 2022

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025 | How to use career conversations to improve retention & engagement, with Sarah Archer

HR Coffee Time

At the time of recording this episode of HR Coffee Time we’re in the middle of a recruitment crisis – organisations are finding it incredibly hard to fill their vacancies. With stories of ‘The Great Resignation’ and salaries creeping up to tempt people to move from their current role, there has never been a more important time to make sure you have strategies in place to retain the people within your organisation.Career conversations are an underrated, under-used, low cost and simple way of stopping your people from leaving, by giving them the career development they are looking for. They also have a host of other benefits. Learn more about what career conversations are, why they’re such a good idea and how to implement them.Key Points From This Episode[02:03] Introduction to Sarah Archer[03:04] What is a career conversation[06:24] Who specifically should be having a career conversation[08:46] Organisational benefits[10:34] What the benefits are to the individual[12:31] How to introduce career conversations to your organisation[14:30] Tools available to managers to help them hold the career conversation (using the 3E model)[17:35] Ways to introduce career conversations to an organisation[20:56] Tips for employees on how best to prepare for a good career conversation[27:11] More information on ‘Create Your Own Career Success’ - Sarah’s free five-day success challenge[28:29] How to contact Sarah[29:04] Sarah’s book recommendation, “Playing Big” by Tara Mohr[29:53] A refresher on Episode Five – “How to progress your HR career (using the 3E model)"Useful Links From This EpisodeConnect with Fay on LinkedInThe Bright Sky Career Coaching websiteDownload the free PDF version of the HR PlannerBuy a hard backed copy of the HR PlannerStrengthsFinder 2.0 / CliftonStrengths AssessmentCareer Anchors Values in Action (VIA) Character Strengths SurveyConnect with Sarah on LinkedInCareerTree Coaching on FacebookCareerTree Coaching on InstagramSign up to Sarah’s ‘Create Your Own Career Success'Rate and Review the PodcastIf you found this episode of HR Coffee Time helpful, please do rate and review it on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. If you're kind enough to leave a review, please do let Fay know so she can say thank you. You can always reach her at: fay@brightskycareercoaching.co.uk.Enjoyed This Episode? Don't Miss the Next One!Be notified each time a new episode of HR Coffee Time is released and get access to other free career tips, tools and resources by signing up to receive the free weekly HR Coffee Time email.

30mins

4 Mar 2022

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Beyond Busy Podcast: Telling Your Story with Sarah Archer - 204

The Speaking Club: Mastering the Art of Public Speaking

This week, the tables have turned and I'm the one answering questions on Graham Allcott’s Beyond Busy podcast.  I was chuffed to be a guest on this great show and to share a bit more about my life and experiences relating to speaking, performance, storytelling and my time in the corporate world.  I talk about the time I was failing in my corporate job and the valuable life lesson I learned. How I manage my expectations around success for my comedy shows and plays. The big mistake people make around selling a change, idea, products and services and what’s important for a great elevator pitch.  Plus I’m sharing my views on authenticity, overcoming fear, storytelling, and much more. Enjoy! What you’ll learn: What it’s like taking shows to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival What happened when I only had one person in the audience. How I deal with the nerves and feelings of vulnerability that can arise when I’m performing solo shows or my own plays. Why you need to detach your identity from your work. A process for looking and managing the thoughts that come up for us when we put ourselves and our ideas out there. Where the fear of public speaking comes from. What the ‘anxiety gap’ is and how we can manage it. Things you can do to increase your confidence around public speaking. What makes a good elevator pitch. The four questions people want answered before they will say ‘yes’. How to make mundane things exciting for people. The big mistake people make with their message. Why stories are so powerful. Why I thought authenticity was important enough to do a TEDx talk on. What you need to do when something unexpected happens when you’re speaking. What success means to me. Why it’s important to compartmentalize work and life. All things Beyond Busy: https://getbeyondbusy.com/ https://lnkd.in/evKRme9w Resources: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thespeakingclub/ https://www.saraharcher.co.uk/challenge  https://www.facebook.com/SarahArcherSpeak/ https://www.saraharcher.co.uk https://www.standoutpitch.com Thanks for listening! To share your thoughts:                                                       leave a comment below.     Share this show on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. To help the show out:   Leave an honest review at https://www.ratethispodcast.com/tsc. Your ratings and reviews really help get the word out and I read each one.    Subscribe on iTunes. *Please note if you use my link I get a small commission, but this does not affect your payment.

58mins

6 Jan 2022

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The History of the Mid-Century Kitchen with Sarah Archer

Mid Mod Remodel

Today’s episode is an interview with Sarah Archer, author of the Mid-century Kitchen. I’m so excited to share this conversation about the history of the mid-century kitchen we all love so much.We are going to talk about how the mid-century kitchen came about - the influence advertising, war time deprivations, the great depression, freezer goods, keeping up with the Jones and our cold war race to make Russia jealous of capitalism all contributed to the kitchens we pretty much all live in today.  If you don't have a copy of her book, I highly recommend you get your hands on it! It's filled with interesting history and drool worthy advertising from the era. In Today’s Episode You’ll Hear:Why the mid-century kitchen represents peak American consumerist achievement [1:20]An overview of how the modern kitchen evolved over time [2:30]How MCM kitchens went hand in hand with early planned obsolescence with high style appliances [4:10]Learn how MCM kitchens were supposed to “save your beauty” by saving steps [8:10]The logic of the labor saving kitchen … for stay at homes moms [9:25]When the kitchen began to open up for entertaining and hanging out [17:00]We all live in mid-century kitchens … even if we don’t.  Here’s why [23:45]How do we live today in a Mid-Century Kitchen [25:55]Get the full show notes with all the trimmings at www.midmod-midwest.com/502

30mins

13 May 2021

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#27: Stand-Up Comedian & Playwright Reveals How YOU Can Tell More Effective Stories To Connect & Build Stronger Relationships With Your Clients w/ Sarah Archer

7-Figure Millennials

I’ve always admired stand-up comedians.It takes some cojones to have a room full of eyeballs staring at you... waiting for you to say something hilarious.Today I interview standup comedian, playwright, and speaking coach, Sarah Archer.You’ll learn:1. How you can use stand-up comedy principles to increase the “stickiness” of your message2. How to use “Snackable Stories” to grab attention and create “aha” moments for your audience3. Why your “Origin Story” is one of the most powerful speaking and marketing assets you have... and how to create oneEnjoy!

1hr 14mins

27 Apr 2021

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104 - Sarah Archer: The Power of Storytelling In Your Business

Shatter The Mold

Today we’ll talk with an expert in storytelling about infusing speech, story, and even humor into your business messaging, sales presentations, and product pitches. http://www.shatterthemoldpodcast.com

39mins

26 Apr 2021

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#69 How to be comfortable with failure in your career - Sarah Archer

Another Door Podcast

We all encounter failure, it is one of the most important ways we learn how to cope with what life throws at us. This episode has the wonderful Sarah Archer, the Founder of Career Tree.    About four years ago I decided to start a Podcast and Sarah was my first guest, it was a failure, I overthought the process and the episode never made it to being published. So just how do we deal with failure in our career, handling the disappointment of a botched interview, a terrible Manager or finding ourselves in the wrong job? In this episode there is some expert advice we can all learn from. Find Sarah Archer at the Career Tree here: https://www.careertree.org.uk/ Another Door: Find out about Enrolment onto the Five Steps to Thrive an online course: an email prompt once a day for 5 weeks, and 32 modules encouraging you from shock to thriving: https://www.anotherdoor.co.uk

45mins

9 Apr 2021

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