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94. Five Speaking Myths – Busted!

It’s a battle on misinformation in episode ninety-four The Presentation Boss Podcast! Kate and Thomas hear a lot of advice about speaking. Some of it is awesome. Some of it is average. And some of it is between entirely wrong and toxic. No doubt this advice and ideas is shared with the best of intent…

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86. Vinh Giang on Using Your Voice to Change Your World

It’s an inspiring time on episode eighty-six of The Presentation Boss Podcast. Kate and Thomas have been following the work of Vinh Giang for years, and earlier this year completed his online vocal course. He has a beautifully uplifting philosophy around your communication skills, but also the deep understanding to help you get there. After…

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81. What Do I Do With My Hands?

Put your hands together for episode eighty-one of The Presentation Boss Podcast! In this episode we give you the answer to one of our most asked questions; “What do I do with my hands when speaking?” We get it, as you speak and nervousness kicks in, nothing feels comfortable and natural and you become hyper-aware…

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74. Scott Stratten on Talent, Preparation and Millennials

Take a swig of maple syrup for episode seventy-four of The Presentation Boss Podcast. Today we have the world-famous Canadian speaker, Scott Stratten. He’s famous for his man-bun, talks on marketing and ‘the Millennial rant’. Anyone who listens to enough content in the world of presentations ought not to be a stranger to this guy’s…

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73. Speech Breakdown: TED Talk by Sir Ken Robinson “Do schools kill creativity?”

It’s a big moment for episode seventy-three of The Presentation Boss Podcast. When Kate and Thomas first planned out the speech breakdown format, this was the first talk Thomas added to the list. Sir Ken Robinson’s famous TED Talk was only the sixth ever uploaded to the TED website and has since become the single…

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60. Speech Breakdown: 2020 Virtual Commencement by Barack Obama “This Is Your Generation’s World To Shape”

What’s going on? Here we are at episode sixty of The Presentation Boss Podcast. We know you’re probably still at home a lot, especially if you’re listening from the USA. And with so many students unable to have a graduation ceremony, NBC put on a special event for virtual graduation. The selection of speeches have…

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53. How To Plan, Design and Deliver Your Best Presentation

It’s time to celebrate with episode fifty-three of The Presentation Boss Podcast! It has been one year since our very first episode on 1 May 2019 which means this is our first birthday. So, grab a beverage of your choice, a slice of cake and your notepad, then join us for a little bit of…

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47. How to Present on Video, In Webinars and Lives

Folks, it’s episode forty-six of The Presentation Boss Podcast! We nearly always gets questions about how to best present to camera. What should you know about videoing yourself for the purpose of Facebook or LinkedIn lives, webinars, online courses, videos for your website or even videos to send to your network and contacts. In this…

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42. Speech Breakdown: TED Talk by Julian Treasure “How to speak so that people want to listen”

Let’s kick off this episode of The Presentation Boss Podcast with a Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy reference, because episode 42! We’re playing with a TED Talk this time. And not just Any TED Talk, but the sixth most watched TED Talk of all time. It’s by Julian Treasure and explores why we should use…

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27. Are Introverts or Extroverts Better Speakers?

Welcome to episode twenty-seven of The Presentation Boss Podcast! In this episode we decided to address one of the most asked and most concerning topics we get asked about; ‘Can an introvert be a good speaker?’ or sometimes worse ‘I am an introvert therefore I can’t be good at speaking’. Kate and Thomas know a…