2-Minute Talk Tips
A careers podcast from: Bill Monroe
Creators: Bill Monroe (Host, Producer) Add
2-Minute Talk Tips helps you become a more effective speaker in as little as 2 minutes a week.
Each episode starts with a 2 minute, practical tip so you get value right from that start. After that, we have a deeper discussion about issues affecting public speakers.
If you’ve got only 2 minutes, you have time to learn stuff. If you have more time, we’ve got more detail.
A lot of folks are intimidated by the idea, of speaking. They think that to learn public speaking, they need to become the next Tony Robbins, Ronald Reagan, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, or Cicero. That’s not true, though. Don’t focus on being the best speaker ever. Instead, become a better speaker tomorrow. And do that every day. That’s the pathway to success. Don’t get best…get better.
I’m Bill Monroe. I’ve built a career on public speaking and training. In my work at Microsoft and Toshiba, I used these skills to teach folks how to sell technology products and to excite them about those products. Yet, while I’ve been conducting presentations for more than 25 years, I’m still learning and improving. I believe everyone -- from novice to expert -- can become a better speaker. With 2 Minute Talk Tips we can all become a little better every day.
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