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Tuesday
Dec302014

Connecting the physical to your speaking

I talk some on Twitter about "speaking velocity" - and the importance of your speaking rate of delivery (speed) matching your physical speed, or approach.

This picture is from a recent video shoot I did. I love how this image speaks to the idea of physically leading a room. Now, we can't tell if her speaking velocity matches her physical approach from just this image, but if it does, you can bet this lady CONNECTS powerfully with her audience.

When you match your speaking velocity with your physical velocity, magic can happen. When it doesn't happen, the usual causes are nervousness and insecurity. In my book, The Inside-Out Speaker, I talk about the importance of working to eliminate those insecurities. If you can get to that "place," and for a lot of people that's not easy (myself included!) -- then your intuitive emotional and leading qualities can more readily surface.

Connecting the Physical to Your Speaking

Friday
Apr112014

Creativity is Just Connecting Things - Yes!

"Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn't really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That's because they were able to connect experiences they've had and synthesize new things." - Steve Jobs

The Inside-Out Speaker is a book about connecting - it's that simple.

Saturday
Feb222014

5 Common Professional Speaking Mistakes

What are 5 common professional speaking mistakes?

#1
They hide behind a podium.
Why, oh why would you need a podium if you are a professional speaker and you're hired to CONNECT with the audience? A podium WALL isn't connecting you to US, your audience.

#2
They think their stories are INCREDIBLE!
Great, you have a story! We all do, but we need so much more than a story or two. We need you to look at us, to include US in your story and your presentation -- and to make US feel like WE matter to you. If you're going to behave like only what you're bringing to the room is important, then we won't have you back. Please be intentional, authentic, emotional and memorable to us.

#3
They believe what we tell them when we meet them later.
We're human, and we don't want to hurt your feelings. Yes, we enjoyed YOU, but there are also things we think you can do better. Please don't take our supportive comments too much to heart. We left out the not-so-great stuff. 

#4
They think they have to stay up on the stage during the presentation.
You don't! Come down and get close to us, we don't bite. We'd love to FEEL your message as well as hear it. You're message means so much more to us when we feel like we mean something to you. Do you VALUE us? Then give all of your message to us. Be selfless and lift us up.

#5
When we stand in line to talk with you, you don't spend more than five seconds with us.
What an opportunity you're missing, too! We have so many connections and stories for you that you might be able to use later. 

Courtesy of The Inside-Out Speaker: Untold Truths and Strategies On How to Be a Better Speaker
Why are speakers, professionals from all walks of life, and everyday Joe's reading this book?
Easy! It's making them BETTER CONNECTORS and better able to understand the behaviors and values they need to have to build lasting relationships in their lives. Grab one today!

What is Karol Clark saying about the book?



Legend Media Producers is a Dallas video production and producer services company that works independently as well as aligning strategically with other video production companies. In addition, marketing and digital technology companies seek out Legend Media Producers  to add value for their clients. With active customers on both coasts, local clients as well as a strategic partnership - Legend Media Producers has positioned itself to be a quality high definition video provider to businesses and individuals alike. Smartphone to satellite, we provide video production planning, production and post.  Based in Dallas, Texas.

Thursday
Feb132014

What are you intentions for your speaking?

Your intentions are so important when it comes to your speaking career.

How are you communicating to those around you? Are you casting a big net out there, looking to gain bits of information that can help you be better - or are you socializing? It's hard to catch the BIG ONE, but still, it's important to seek out those individuals that can give you an advantage.

Here's a few paragraphs from Chapter One of The Inside-Out Speaker. We talk about Intentions, and learning what's really important as you go day to day in your speaking career. 

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What about your bookings, phone calls and social media?

The last of which is what you should really be listening to - the true revealers, the non-verbal constructive communication markers. It takes effort for your audience to make a call or to go online and comment to a blog, or other social media platform. When your speaking career is hitting the mark, you should be just as active socially as you are when presenting.

Uh-oh. You can feel it now and I know it’s unsettling. It’s already starting to crumble, isn’t it?

And your colleagues, who you think “get you” and understand what you’re doing every day - their advisement is supportive as well. And it’s because you’re competing for the same clients, the same recommendations, the same rewards and more. It’s weakening your foundation. Never trust anyone who wants what you have.

The walls are straining as if made of straw, and when they go, your house will soon be gone. You can’t start over. You’ve worked too hard.

In truth, if you don’t get your foundation fixed, it’s not going to matter anyway. The reality is that supportive communication is a lie, whether it’s driven by jealousies, politics or other indulgent emotions - and it’s going to kill your professional speaking career if you let it. 

Do you remember a childhood fable called “The Three Little Pigs?”

Well, my version has the big, bad wolf tracking you down. He represents the end of the line for you – curtains. He’s hungry for a Little Pig ham sandwich.

But you think you’re a little bit smarter than him, so you’ve taken refuge in your poorly built straw jungle hut with a (yes, you guessed it) crumbling, supportive foundation. Oh, and he’s lurking right outside your door!

"Little pig, little pig, let me come in."

"No, no, not by the hair on my chinny chin chin."

"Then I'll huff, and I'll puff, and I'll blow your hut in."

Oh, my. This isn’t going well for you right now. He just might do it. But really, how much worse can it get? Oh yeah. The Little Pig ham sandwich.

Lloyd Box, a communications expert in the field of resistance to change theory and linguistic markers, says this about indulgent conversaiton and supportive communication.

“Narcissism is all about oneself; the ego. When it comes to supportive communication, the narcissistic speaker thinks it’s not bull. They think “Man I’m great!,” and they’ll get worse.”

In other words, you’re about to be done in by yourself, supportive communication and the big, bad wolf. . .

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When you're struggling as a speaker, fixing things sometimes means going back to the behaviors and examining your own values. Makes sense, right? What is it that you're trying to do, and is it coming from the right place? Am I trying to change peoples ideas (minds)  when I'm really not on board myself? Examining your own motivations - your intentions - is important, that's why we lead with it as Chapter One of The Inside-Out Speaker.

Look for the title on Amazon, or link here to get a copy. Enjoy.

Legend Media Producers is a Dallas video production and producer services company that works independently as well as aligning strategically with other video production companies. In addition, marketing and digital technology companies seek out Legend Media Producers  to add value for their clients. With active customers on both coasts, local clients as well as a strategic partnership - Legend Media Producers has positioned itself to be a quality high definition video provider to businesses and individuals alike. Smartphone to satellite, we provide video production planning, production and post.  Based in Dallas, Texas.