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The Art of Powerful Public Speaking Part 1 – Episode 101

The Art of Powerful Public Speaking Part 1 Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking Podcast! In episode 101 Ken Davis and Matt Brady begin a new series discussing the content of our SCORRE Training. In this episode you’ll learn: If you’re talk isn’t driving people to action, there is no reason to give the talk You must figure out the “why” of your talk If you aim at nothing you will hit it every single time, if you know where you are going, you can take everyone with you If you’re talk isn’t driving people to action, there is no reason to give the talk” via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode:  Secrets of Dynamic Communication by Ken Davis SCORRE Training Connect with a SCORRE Communication Coach! Listen to our podcast interview with David Horsager What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

35mins

18 Apr 2017

Rank #1

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Episode 003 Featuring Amy Porterfield

Finding Your Voice, Getting Your Name Out There and the Importance of Email Lists Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking! In Episode 003 Amy Porterfield joins us to discuss how social media can generate income for your business and keep you doing what you love. In this episode you’ll learn:  About finding your own voice The importance of doing everything you can to get your name out there Why your email list directly affects the energy of your business Nurture your leads…consistency makes you a huge success via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode: Amy Porterfield Learn how to use Facebook for your business – click here! Facebook for Dummies SCORRE Conference use the promo code PODCAST to receive $100 off an Intensive Level registration! Link to transcript: Click here to download the transcript! What do you think? Leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter. You can leave a comment by clicking here.

32mins

2 Jun 2015

Rank #2

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The Art of Powerful Public Speaking Part 2 – Episode 102

The Art of Powerful Public Speaking Part 2 Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking Podcast! In episode 102 Ken Davis and Matt Brady continue the The Art of Powerful Public Speaking Series by discussing the power of focus and the importance of choosing an objective. In this episode you’ll learn: The importance of focus in preparing your message Why you must choose an objective or an subconscious objective will be assigned to you  Why you must chip away at all the information except what is most important  Communication without focus is just entertainment” via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode:  Secrets of Dynamic Communication by Ken Davis SCORRE Training Connect with a SCORRE Communication Coach! Sign up here to receive the free SCORRE webinar! What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

33mins

25 Apr 2017

Rank #3

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How to Use Humor Part 3 – Episode 071

How to Use Humor Part 3 Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking! In Episode 071 Ken Davis and Matt Brady continue their discussion about how to effectively use humor in communication. Click here to listen to Part 1 and click here to listen to Part 2. In this episode you’ll learn:  To understand your own style of humor How to develop a true story for maximum humorous effect To understand the risk of humor Humor is a double-edged sword – it can be used to destroy or to heal” via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode: SCORRE Training Launch Conference April 3-6, 2017 – use promo code PODCAST400 to save an additional $300 off the early bird price on a Signature or Connector registration! SCORRE Conference October 17-20, 2016 – use promo code PODCAST200 to save $200 off of an Intensive Level registration! Comedy Writing Secrets by Mark Shatz and Mel Helitzer Emo Phillips – click here to listen to the cellar door joke Will Rogers Click the Send Voicemail tab on the right hand side of the website to send us a clip of your exaggerated version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears! What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

40mins

20 Sep 2016

Rank #4

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The Qualities of a Good Opening – Episode 092

The Qualities of a Good Opening  Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking Podcast! In episode 092 Ken Davis and Matt Brady discuss the qualities of a good opening and how it can affect the rest of your speech. In this episode you’ll learn: The opening is the only chance to make your audience want to hear what you have to say  The purpose of the opening is to make a connection with the audience  The opening is a chance for you to develop rapport  An opening is a door you invite your audience into” via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode:  SCORRE Training Connect with a SCORRE Communication Coach! Sign up here to receive the free SCORRE webinar! What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

36mins

14 Feb 2017

Rank #5

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Look! Listen! Like! The Importance of a Carefully Crafted Vocabulary – Episode 076

Look! Listen! Like! The Importance of a Carefully Crafted Vocabulary Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking Podcast! In episode 076 Ken Davis and Matt Brady talk (read: rant) about why you should choose your words carefully. In this episode you’ll learn: About words in our current culture that are barriers to good communication That the misuse of the word “like” can be a major distraction The cultural norms are not our measure of good communication Good speakers avoid the meaningless cultural word trends that are barriers to communication…Click To Tweet Resources in this episode:  Omit needless words! The Elements of Style by William Strunk, Jr. and E.B. White Secrets of Dynamic Communication SCORRE Training Launch Conference April 3-6, 2017 – use promo code PODCAST400 to save an additional $300 off the early bird price on a Signature or Connector registration! What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

33mins

25 Oct 2016

Rank #6

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Episode 004: Featuring Carol Kent

Building Momentum and Creating Your Team Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking! In Episode 004 Ken Davis talks to Carol Kent about breaking into public speaking and building the momentum to grow your career. In this episode you’ll learn:  The importance of referrals and how they can build your momentum Why you must create your own market to even be considered by an agency How and when to begin building your team You build and own your own market via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode: CarolKent.org Speak Up for Hope Speak Up Conference Use code 502015 to receive a $50 discount at Carol’s Speak Up Conference this July! Speak Up Speaker Services Ted talk: How to live to be 100+ How to Speak to Youth use code dcipodcast for 20% off! Link to transcript: Click here to download the transcript of today’s episode! What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.

31mins

9 Jun 2015

Rank #7

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Episode 005: Featuring Carol Kent

Preparation vs Perfection and the Importance of an Established Platform Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking! In Episode 005 Carol Kent’s interview continues as she and Ken discuss the importance of good preparation. In this episode you’ll learn:  How good preparation allows you to spontaneously react to the unexpected Why you must practice on your feet out loud Having an established platform is key to your speaking career ​Speaking and writing work hand in hand for growing your success as a speaker via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode: CarolKent.org Speak Up Conference Speak Up Speaker Services Use code 502015 to receive a $50 discount at Carol’s Speak Up Conference this July! Secrets of Dynamic Communication Link to transcript: Click here to download today’s episode! What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter. You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word!  If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

25mins

16 Jun 2015

Rank #8

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Featuring Comedian Mark Lowry – Episode 110

Chasing Comedy: A Conversation with Mark Lowry Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking! In episode 110 Ken Davis talks to singer, songwriter and comedian, Mark Lowry about getting started as a comedian and finding new stories.  In this episode you’ll learn: That audiences have personalities and you have to get to know them There is nothing funnier than the truth How to find new stories People love to hear your story – people are interested in people via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode:  Mark’s Facebook Live Video Check out Mark’s new DVD Dogs Go to Heaven Learn about Mark’s new tour, Diapers 2 Depends Keep an eye out for “Dinner Conversations with Mark Lowry & Andrew Greer” a podcast film-series releasing this fall! Daddy’s Original Bedtime Stories As One Without Authority by Fred B. Craddock SCORRE Training What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

40mins

20 Jun 2017

Rank #9

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Episode 022: Featuring Patsy Clairmont

Being Deliberate and Why We Must Leave Space to Learn More Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking! In Episode 022 Patsy Clairmont joins Ken to discuss the crucial steps you should take when you are trying to grow your career as speaker. In this episode you’ll learn:  How Patsy overcame Agoraphobia and became a world renowned speaker The importance of recording your own material Why everyone must leave space to learn more Every one of us has to leave space to learn more via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode: Patsy Clairmont Patsy’s Book: You Are More Than You Know Patsy’s Book: God Uses Cracked Pots Patsy’s Workshop: Shaking Your Tree Patsy’s Paintings: Rosecreek Road Patsy’s mentor: Luci Swindoll Ted Talks Communicator Coaching Link to transcript: Click here to download the transcript from today’s episode! What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

35mins

13 Oct 2015

Rank #10

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Watch What You Wear – Episode 074

Watch What You Wear Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking! In Episode 074 Ken Davis and Matt Brady talk about the importance of your on-stage wardrobe. In this episode you’ll learn:  Why wardrobe matters How your wardrobe affects your presentation Always dress a little more formally than your audience What you wear and how you wear it can be a barrier to your communication” via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode: Stitch Fix Trunk Club Jos. A. Bank Traveler Suits SCORRE Training Launch Conference April 3-6, 2017 – use promo code PODCAST400 to save an additional $300 off the early bird price on a Signature or Connector registration! SCORRE Conference October 17-20, 2016 – use promo code PODCAST200 to save $200 off of an Intensive Level registration What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

39mins

11 Oct 2016

Rank #11

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Episode 014: Featuring Michael Hyatt

Creating a Pre-Speaking Routine and Advice on Building Your Platform Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking! In Episode 014 Ken Davis and Michael Hyatt discuss how to create a pre-speaking routine, the importance of affirming yourself, and building your platform. In this episode you’ll learn:  Why and how you should affirm yourself in your speaking engagements How to create a pre-speaking routine If content is king, your platform is queen If content is king, your platform is queen via @MichaelHyatt @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode: Michael Hyatt Michael’s Speaking Page Michael’s book Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World Platform University Communicator Coaching Link to transcript: Click here to download the transcript from today’s episode! What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

37mins

18 Aug 2015

Rank #12

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Featuring Communicator Coach Sarah Beckman – Episode 114

Why the Wait is So Important and How Writing and Speaking Work Together Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking! In episode 114 Ken Davis talks to Author and SCORRE Coach, Sarah Beckman.  In this episode you’ll learn: That sometimes you have to wait for the right time to launch Creative ways to practice your craft How the SCORRE process applies to writing  Your leading, your calling, is more powerful than the opinions of man -via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode:  Visit Sarah’s website Get Sarah’s Book, Alongside: A Practical Guide for Loving Your Neighbor in their Time of Trial Morgan James Publishing SCORRE Training What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

34mins

18 Jul 2017

Rank #13

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Featuring An Expert In Eloquence Richard Allen Farmer – Episode 117

Show Notes The Importance of Using the Right Words and Speaking Deliberately  Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking! In episode 117 Ken Davis speaks to pastor, musician and motivator, Richard Allen Farmer.  In this episode you’ll learn: Why your listeners deserve to hear polished english language That being self-correcting and self-editing is a gift to the audience  Writing out your speeches ahead of time can help you fully flesh out your idea and thoughts The ability to communicate is foundational across the board -via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode:  Richard Allen Farmer Gardner C. Taylor Get Richard’s DVD Making the Mummies Dance – a talk Richard gave to 2,000 communicators, about how to bring life to our words and our audiences SCORRE Training What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help

39mins

8 Aug 2017

Rank #14

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How to Kill Your Career Part 1- Episode 066

How to Kill Your Career Part 1 Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking Podcast! In episode 066 Ken Davis and Matt Brady discuss several things you can do that will be a surefire way to kill a career. In this episode you’ll learn: Why you should never develop a “canned” speech to give over and over again That you must really “see” people Not to be insensitive even in the name of humor Make sure the people who represent you represent your heart via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode:  SCORRE Training Launch Conference April 3-6, 2017 – use promo code PODCAST400 to save an additional $300 off the early bird price on a Signature or Connector registration! SCORRE Conference October 17-20, 2016 – use promo code PODCAST200 to save an additional $100 off the early bird price on an Intensive Level registration – a total of $200 off! What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

35mins

16 Aug 2016

Rank #15

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Principles of Preparing for an Interview – Episode 131

Show Notes Principles of Preparing for an Interview Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking Podcast! In episode 131 Ken Davis and Matt Brady discuss important principles to remember when preparing for an interview.  In this episode you’ll learn: Why you should promote only your latest project The benefit of sending information ahead of time to the host How to keep the host from unintentionally hijacking the interview How to handle unexpected inflammatory questions in an interview” – @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode:  Dinner Conversations with Mark Lowry and Andrew Greer Video Podcast Secrets of Dynamic Communication by Ken Davis Launch Conference SCORRE Training – find out about all our upcoming events here! Connect with a SCORRE Communication Coach! Sign up here to receive the free SCORRE webinar! Use the promo code podcast to receive $100 off a SCORRE Intensive Registration! Ken’s Book: Fully Alive What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

33mins

14 Nov 2017

Rank #16

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Discovering Your Assets – Episode 120

Show Notes Discovering Your Assets  Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking Podcast! In episode 120 Ken Davis and Matt Brady talk about discovering your assets.  In this episode you’ll learn: That you must identify what your passion How to find the brand in your speaking How to develop a product from your assets Listen to what people are saying about you” via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode:  Secrets of Dynamic Communication by Ken Davis Launch Conference SCORRE Training – find out about all our upcoming events here! Connect with a SCORRE Communication Coach! Sign up here to receive the free SCORRE webinar! Use the promo code podcast to receive $100 off a SCORRE Intensive Registration! Dan Miller 48 Days to the Work You Love Ken’s Book: How to Live With Your Kids When You’ve Already Lost Your Mind Ken’s Book: How to Live With Your Parents Without Losing Your Mind What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

40mins

29 Aug 2017

Rank #17

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Get Away and Get Ahead – The Importance of Preparation – Episode 129

Show Notes Get Away and Get Ahead – The Importance of Preparation Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking! In episode 129 Ken Davis talks to us about the importance of preparation using a “get away and get ahead” philosophy.  In this episode you’ll learn: Why you must get away with the specific intent to prepare a presentation  How to use your time away to get ahead by 3 or 4 presentations That even if you’re not preparing a new message every week, you can still refine your existing content When you’re in the idea stage write everything down – via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode:  Secrets of Dynamic Communication by Ken Davis SCORRE Training – find out about all our upcoming events here! Connect with a SCORRE Communication Coach! Sign up here to receive the free SCORRE webinar! Use the promo code podcast to receive $100 off a SCORRE Intensive Registration! Evernote – remember everything What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

36mins

31 Oct 2017

Rank #18

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Episode 045 Featuring Michele Cushatt

Learn Four Invaluable Steps for Making a Connection with Your Audience from Someone Who’s Life Has Been Undone and Put Back Together Again Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking Podcast! In episode 045 the amazing Michele Cushatt joins Ken Davis to discuss how to connect with your audience. In this episode you’ll learn about: Crafting a personal narrative into a powerful presentation Connecting personal passion, story and experience with the real-time needs of an audience Creating an emotional connection with your audience that translates into life transformation There is a very big difference between creating a connection and creating a reaction via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode:  Michele Cushatt’s Website Undone: A Story of Making Peace with an Unexpected Life by Michele Cushatt Undone is Beautiful Journal Undone Bundle Only $20! Contact us about hiring Michele as your personal speaking coach! Join us at the SCORRE Conference Live Event May 2-5, 2016 in Orlando! Use the promo code PODCAST to receive $100 off an Intensive Level Registration! SCORRE Online Training What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

40mins

22 Mar 2016

Rank #19

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The Art of Powerful Public Speaking Part 8 Episode 108

The Art of Powerful Public Speaking Part 8 Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking Podcast! In episode 108 Ken Davis and Matt Brady continue the The Art of Powerful Public Speaking Series by unpacking the steps of the SCORRE Process. Click to listen to Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, and Part 7. In this episode you’ll learn: The “E” of SCORRE stands for Evaluation Why you should evaluate your presentation during every part of the SCORRE process Why you also must evaluate the audience to whom you’ll be speaking Evaluation goes beyond your speech” via @DCIspeakClick To Tweet Resources in this episode:  Secrets of Dynamic Communication by Ken Davis SCORRE Training – see all our upcoming SCORRE events here (including the SCORRE One Day!) Connect with a SCORRE Communication Coach! Sign up here to receive the free SCORRE webinar! Use the promo code podcast to receive $100 off a SCORRE Intensive Registration! What do you think? In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.You can leave a comment by clicking here. Help Spread the Word! If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

37mins

6 Jun 2017

Rank #20