Join Dwight Heck and his guest, Mastertalk’s Brenden Kumarasamy for another episode of Give a Heck as they chat about how one can master the art of public speaking and eventually, online presentations. How did Brenden start from publicly talking in a language he wasn’t comfortable in to coaching CEOs? The episode unfolds to us the hard questions one asks to spark relations when communicating. Catch all of these now as you tune in to the episode!
In this episode you will learn:
- Day-to-day interactions as the early stage of public speaking.
- From trying out public speaking to inspiring people.
- How letting the audience speak benefits the speaker.
- Learning the beauty in smaller fragments.
- Why it’s better off for everyone to share the ideas that matter to them.
- And much more!
As an experienced speaker and facilitator, Brenden understands that audience members need to walk away captivated, and above all, inspired to master the art of communication. It should be seen as something to look forward to rather than a burden that must be overcome.
“A wise friend once told me that I couldn’t possibly coach every human being on Earth with the limited time I had in my life, so I needed to go on video to share my message with the world. I got over my fear, practiced 100’s of times on camera until I was finally able to say that I was “YouTube Ready”.
All’s to say that when you care about others and only want to add value, you’ll be able to overcome any fear/obstacle in the service of others.” – Brenden Kumarasamy, Founder of MasterTalk.
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