“Harness Your Hilarity” with Gigi Rosenberg (GWTW479)
Getting Work To Work
I’ve been asking myself for the past two months: How do I add more humor to what I do? On top of that, who naturally draws out my sense of humor? We’ll find the answers to these questions in today’s conversation with Gigi Rosenberg, a public speaking coach and lifelong learner of human behavior. In this engaging and fun conversation, she shares the foundation of humor in everything from public speaking to the performances found in our everyday activities. Touching on humor as a way to connect to others to the power of surprises, Gigi brings stories and examples of how you can effectively harness moments of hilarity. She even talks about what you can start doing to make your speeches more engaging and what to stop doing. Show Links Gigi Rosenberg Is This Anything? by Jerry Seinfeld Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions by Dan Ariely Girl, Woman, Other by Bernardine Evaristo Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash Support Getting Work To Work on ChrisMartinStudios.shop! Sign up for my weekly newsletter: The Curiosity Lab
082: Top Tips To Improve Your Live Presentation Style [Gigi Rosenberg]
3 Marketers Walk Into A Podcast
Ever wondered how you can take your presentation skills to the next level by delivering with confidence and ease?We've got Gigi Rosenberg here to give us all her top tips on how you can connect with the audience, keep them engaged, and leave them wanting more!
Today, we’re talking with Public Speaking Coach and Artist Coach Gigi Rosenberg about how to pitch yourself, whether you’re applying for an artist or writer’s grant, networking at a party, or even wanting to be a guest on a podcast! In this podcast, you will discover... Why applying for an artist grant has benefits, even if you don’t win it. How to talk about yourself and your work. Why collaborating with peers brings you more opportunities, not more competition. For full show notes, go to schulmanart.com/52 ++++++++++++++++++++ 🎉FREE GOODIES!🎉 Don't forget to check out the Inspiration Place goodie bag. Go pick up your party favor over at SchulmanArt.com/freebies. Whether you're a passionista or a passion professional, I've got something just for you. ++++++++++++++++++++ 🎤NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! If you loved this, I've got more inspirational episodes coming your way! Please make sure you hit the subscribe or follow button in your podcast app. And if you're feeling extra generous- leave me a review-- https://schulmanart.com/review-podcast ++++++++++++++++++++ BTW If you pop your Instagram handle at the end of the review, I'll even give you a shout out over on my IG stories! ++++++++++++++++++++ I'd love to chat with you on Instagram: http://instagram.com/schulmanart
The relationship with our mothers can be complicated. Sometimes it can take years before we can assert ourselves. But when you finally put your foot down, what could happen? Gigi Rosenberg talks with Lynne Duddy and Lawrence Howard about her approach to story crafting and the backstory for finally setting some boundaries.
When you finally put your foot down, what might happen? Gigi Rosenberg is an author, artist coach and presentation coach. “The Only Rule I Broke” is adapted from her solo performance, which you can see in January at the Fertile Ground Festival of New Works. For details,visit gigirosenberg.com/eventsURBAN TELLERS December 1, 2017STRONG LIKE MEGigi Rosenberg live at The Old Church Concert Hall in Portland, ORPortland Story Theater, hosted by Lawrence Howard and Lynne Duddypdxstorytheater.orgMAY THE NARRATIVE BE WITH YOU®
#321: Gigi Rosenberg on Making a Living from Your Art
The Marketing Mentor Podcast
Ilise Benun, of Marketing-Mentor.com, interviews author and artist coach, Gigi Rosenberg about how to balance the desire to make art with the need to make a living and how to tell who’s a competitor and who’s a potential collaborator. If you like what you hear, subscribe on iTunes and sign up for Quick Tips from Marketing Mentor.
Gigi discovers how to break the curse of a family secret.Gigi Rosenberg is a writer, performer, and artist coach. Her writing has been published by Seal Press and Psychology Today and she’s performed at Seattle’s On The Boards and been a guest commentator on OPB. Her book, The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing, is now inits fourth printing. Tonight’s performance is dedicated toher grandmothers: Ruth and Sonia. Visit gigirosenberg.comUrban Tellers NOVEMBER 4, 2016EXPECT THE UNEXPECTEDGigi Rosenberg live at The Fremont Theater in Portland, ORPortland Story Theater, hosted by Lawrence Howard and Lynne Duddypdxstorytheater.orgMAY THE NARRATIVE BE WITH YOU.