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“Time to Shine” presents interviews with successful public speakers who share their experience and secrets with you in a weekly podcast. Become confident and ready to shine in any speaking situation. It’s time to shine in public speaking. “Time to Shine” is hosted by Oscar Santolalla.

“Time to Shine” presents interviews with successful public speakers who share their experience and secrets with you in a weekly podcast. Become confident and ready to shine in any speaking situation. It’s time to shine in public speaking. “Time to Shine” is hosted by Oscar Santolalla.
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“Time to Shine” presents interviews with successful public speakers who share their experience and secrets with you in a weekly podcast. Become confident and ready to shine in any speaking situation. It’s time to shine in public speaking. “Time to Shine” is hosted by Oscar Santolalla.




115. Alexei Kapterev: Structure Your Presentation

11 years ago Alexei Kapterev made a presentation called “Death by PowerPoint” which since then has gathered around 11 million views. In 2012 it was followed by the book called ”Presentation Secrets” and in 2017 — by the Coursera specialization. Alexei teaches at the Moscow State University’s Higher School of Business Administration, SKOLKOVO Moscow School […]


114. Chris Schoenwald: Speak with Passion

Chris Schoenwald is a Japan-based globally awarded entrepreneur with wide-ranging experiences including helping Japanese firms develop effective international sales skills, right on through to running his own Tokyo based advertising media production company and working with clients like Disney, Vogue, Suntory and Legoland Discovery Center, amongst others. Chris has served time on planning committees for […]


113. Tim Pollard: Five Tools for Becoming a Compelling Communicator

Tim Pollard is author of The Compelling Communicator: Mastering the Art and Science of Exceptional Presentation Design (Conder House Press, 2016). He is the founder and CEO of Oratium, a communications firm helping organizations from Fortune 500 companies to law offices hone their presentation and messaging skills. In his decades-long marketing career, Tim has held […]


112. Ronnie Grandell: Free Yourself from Self-Criticism

Ronnie Grandell is a clinical psychologist, coach and non-fiction author who specializes in compassion focused therapy. His expertise is helping people end the struggle with stress and burnout, anxiety, shame or self-criticism. He has also worked extensively with leaders, athletes and artists, with a focus on enhancing people’s performance and enjoying life while doing so. […]


111. Kelly Swanson: The Power of Story in Business

Kelly Swanson is a motivational keynote speaker, comedian, award-winning storyteller, Huffington Post Contributor, and cast member of “The Fashion Hero” television show airing on Amazon Prime. She is also author of “Who Hijacked My Fairy Tale” and “The Story Formula.” Kelly’s wacky wit and powerful stories have charmed hearts and tickled funny bones for over […]


110. Pres Vasilev: How to Master Compelling Storytelling

Pres Vasilev rose above 30,000 competitive speakers from 122 countries to become the 2013 World Champion of Public Speaking. He is the author of the popular virtual training program “How to Master Compelling Storytelling.” As a sales expert and professional speaker, Pres delivers sales trainings and motivational keynotes. His award-winning speech coaching program has helped […]


109. Ira Virtanen: The Power of Poetry Reading for Public Speakers

Dr. Ira A. Virtanen is a researcher in communication. She specializes in interpersonal relationships and supportive communication, in particular in the friendships of boys and men. Ira trains companies, nonprofit organizations and the research community in effective public speaking and interview skills. She is also known for reciting poems –a hobby she took on as […]


108. Marija Mikalauskiene: Fear Can Make You Stronger

Marija Mikalauskiene helps people share ideas more effectively and turn their fears into strenghts. During the last 7 years she has trained countless business leaders, politicians and conference speakers to find their authentic, unique, powerful speaking style and to unleash their oratory potential on stage. The biggest obstacle in unleashing our full potential is fear. […]


107. Drumm McNaughton: Communicating Change. Stories from a Pilot

Dr. Drumm McNaughton is CEO of The Change Leader, an organization change and management consultancy who helps education and non-profit organizations implement strategic and programmatic change. Drumm holds a PhD and MA in Human and Organizational Systems from the Fielding Graduate Institute, and a BS in Physics from the US Naval Academy. He and his […]


106. Peter Ivanov: Leadership Challenges in the Digital Age

Peter Ivanov is Manager, Entrepreneur, Author and Virtual teams Expert with over 25 years of international experience. Born in Bulgaria he graduated in Mathematics. After working as IT Services Manager for Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa, Peter recognized the growing importance of the teams in multiple locations and developed an innovative method for leading […]


105. Lee LeFever: The Art of Explanation

Lee LeFever is the co-founder of Common Craft and author of The Art of Explanation. Since 2007, Common Craft has won numerous awards, created explanations for the world's most respected brands and created explainer videos that have earned over 50 million online video views. Today, Common Craft produces educational guides, ready-made videos and visuals that are used by educators in over 50 countries. Lee and his wife Sachi are Common Craft’s only employees and live in Seattle where they...


104. Dustin Mathews: Choreograph Your Webinars and Online Presentations

Dustin Mathews is the founder of Speaking Empire, which teaches entrepreneurs how to scale up their business using selling from presentations and stages. He authored a book with Dan Kennedy that teaches how to do it called NO B.S. Guide To Powerful Presentations: How To Sell ANYTHING With Webinars & Online Media, Speeches & Seminars. Why to run a webinar? The ultimate reason of running a webinar is to establish a relationship. Think of this: in a webinar you can engage with people an...


103. Robert MacPhee: Great Speakers are Great Facilitators

Robert MacPhee is the Founder and President of Heart Set, Inc. in San Diego California. He provides interactive, experiential and fun workshops to organizations faced with significant changes, helping their people maximize their productivity in spite of those changes. He is the author and partner journal of the book “Manifesting for Non-Gurus, How to Quickly and Easily Attract Lasting Results.” Robert is a Founding Member of the Transformational Leadership Council and the Southern...


102. Tulia Lopes: Speak Up and Lead!

Tulia Lopes believes communication and collaboration are the keys to develop and expand any kind of business, and excel in whatever areas you want to achieve in your life. To support women’s professional growth, next September she will be launching a new venture - Speak Up & Lead Academy. A platform focused on developing Female Global Leaders by fostering and honing their communication and leadership skills. She is also an author, and her book, Leading in High Heels, is a step-by-step...


101. Nancy Duarte: Leaders Have to Illuminate the Path

Nancy Duarte is a communication expert who has been featured in Fortune, Forbes, Fast Company, Wired, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, LA Times and on CNN. Her firm, Duarte, Inc., is the global leader behind some of the most influential visual messages in business and culture, and has created more than a quarter of a million presentations. As a persuasion expert, she cracked the code for effectively incorporating story patterns into business communications. She’s written five...


100. Carol Fleming: The Serious Business of Small Talk

Carol Fleming is a Communication Coach in private practice in San Francisco. Carol has a PhD from Northwestern University, and is the author of "The Sound of Your Voice" and "It’s the Way You Say It." She is currently engaged in a new book, "The Serious Business of Small Talk: Becoming Fluent, Comfortable and Charming." The serious business of small talk Carol stared her career as a voice pathologist. She helped professionals in all types of voice issues, and she often heard phrases such...


Lin Klaassen: Face Reading Can Bridge Communication Gaps

Lin Klaassen is an internationally renowned expert in face reading, an ancient science practiced by such visionaries as Aristotle and Da Vinci, that correlates facial features to character traits. She is lectured internationally for more than 24 years, presenting workshops and providing answers as a consultant for business, relationships, juries and poker players. With more than 20 years’ prior experience in business management, Klaassen's unique analytical perspectives render her in...


Doug Lawrence: A Paradigm Shift in Mentoring

Doug Lawrence is the founder of TalentC® a Human Resources solution provider focused on effective mentoring. Doug is an International Certified Mentor Practitioner (ICMP) and an International Certified Mentor Facilitator (ICMF). He has over 30 years of mentoring and leadership experience in federal, provincial and private sector environments and is recognized as a thought leader in the mentoring space. Doug authored the book entitled, “The Gift of Mentoring”. Doug was instrumental in...


Janne Korhonen: Why Every Specialist Must Learn to Sell

Janne V. Korhonen has been working in technical sales roles within multiple organisations in IT industry for over last 10 years. He has founded Sales Engineering Finland, world’s first and largest meetup group focusing on technical sales and marketing. In his book "Sales Fundamentals for Technical Specialists" Janne has been able to summarize sales fundamentals in a easily consumable way for technical specialists. Why every specialist must learn to sell There is a saying "Nobody is as bad...


Laura Baxter: How to Communicate with Divas and Difficult Personalities

Laura Baxter, the American opera singer and performance coach has studied the effects of the voice and body on non-verbal communication and leadership for over 25 years, and she brings this experience together to help her clients perform and communicate better. In addition to her many stage performances, Laura was the singing voice of Faye Dunaway in the feature film A Handmade’s Tale. She was on the faculty at Duke University prior to her move to Germany, and she has been on the faculty...


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