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To Read or Not to Read Your Speech

In this episode of The Introverted Speaker Show, I’m answering a question that several subscribers asked me: “when you’re speaking in public, is it OK to read your text aloud?” That’s a point where I disagree with most other public speaking experts. I’m also introducing you to the 3 laws of non-robotic reading. Transcript Hello, and welcome to The Introverted Speaker Show! In this episode, I’m going to address a question that several subscribers to my mailing list on TheIntrovertedSpeaker.

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How To Set And Reach Your Goals

In this episode of The Introverted Speaker Show, my podcast about public speaking for introverts, I’m going to talk about goal setting. Because, yes, if you want to improve, to improve at anything, you have to set goals. When I say “improving at anything”, it can be related to public speaking obviously, like how to get rid of your public speaking anxiety, or how to prepare better content, or it can be related to anything else, like losing weight, passing an exam, or finding a new job.

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Storytelling: Jesus' Super Power To Defeat Plato

In this episode of my podcast The Introverted Speaker Show, I’m going to talk about a technique (it’s more than a technique actually) that can make anybody speaking in public much more persuasive and interesting, no matter their experience: storytelling. Transcript Hello, and welcome to The Introverted Speaker Show! This is the 4th episode of the show, and this week I’m going to talk about a technique, well it’s more than a technique, it’s an art form, but it’s usually used as a technique in public speaking: storytelling.

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Be Careful With That Joke

In this episode of my podcast, The Introverted Speaker Show, I’m going to address a technique, a tactic, that is often advised to speakers, and advised whether there are beginners, or seasoned pros. You’ll often see public speaking gurus tell you you should put some humor in your speeches or your presentations. That you should start with a joke. Because it will make your audience instantly like you and root for you.

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Podcast: Why You Should Focus on Your Message

In this new podcast episode, I’m addressing a very important topic regarding public speaking: the reason why you should focus on finding your underlying message every time you have to speak in public. It will save you tons of time during your preparation phase, it will make you more confident in front of the audience, plus you’ll thank me the day you meet Bill Gates. Transcript Hello, and welcome to The Introverted Speaker Show!

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Podcast: An Introvert-Friendly Way To Become Better At Public Speaking

You can now listen to the first episode of *The Introverted Speaker Show*, a podcast about public speaking for introverted people. You know the best way to get good at public speaking (or anything else actually) is to… practice. The more you practice, the better. The thing is, practicing public speaking is not that easy, as the usual advice given to new speakers, and that I mention in this podcast, is both unpractical and not very introvert-friendly.

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