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A professional keynote speaker and professor interviews public speakers at all levels about their successes, failures, and everything in between. Each episode is a set of stories collected around a theme.

A professional keynote speaker and professor interviews public speakers at all levels about their successes, failures, and everything in between. Each episode is a set of stories collected around a theme.
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United States

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A professional keynote speaker and professor interviews public speakers at all levels about their successes, failures, and everything in between. Each episode is a set of stories collected around a theme.

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@morebrainz

Language:

English

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Episodes

A User's Guide to Extemporaneous Speaking: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Improvisation, Adaptation, "Crutching," and Authenticity

1/30/2018
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A full conversation with Strother Gaines, about the good and bad in your head as you are speaking, what we can learn about adaptation from Segway tours, why it might be okay to call the governor in improv, what "crutching" is and how to stop it, and how to perform at your best when you're not quite feeling it.

Duration:00:38:18

9 - Vrooman at INBOUND

10/3/2017
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Want to hear me give the speech that at least three people on Twitter said made them "laugh the most" of all the INBOUND talks? They also said I "slayed it" and that I was their "favorite speaker." If it helps persuade you I make jokes about the following in this talk: mustaches, Star Wars, the AMC Gremlin, Kurt Russell, steaks, mustaches on fire, Ms. Marvel, Hunter S. Thompson, Whataburger, Karl Marx, Karl Marx's beard, the mustache part of Karl Marx's beard on fire, the poop emoji, Tom...

Duration:00:43:07

8 - Oh, No, Not Power Point!

9/21/2017
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Hear from speakers from the fields of business, health, academics, teaching, public service, engineering and more about what makes good and bad visual aids in "the real world."

Duration:00:32:43