Tricia Karp Tricia Karp
16 April 2013

The essential components of powerful speaking: Courage and Leadership

Do you know what you’re here to offer?

When you give you a presentation – or speak about what’s important to you in any situation – do you hold back?

Do you tell yourself that what you have to say probably isn’t that important anyway?

Do you err on the side of trying to keep your audience comfortable because you worry about what people will think of you?

Courage and leadership are the subjects of part two of my Powerful Speaking Secrets video series.

Click PLAY on the video below to find out why.

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I’d love to know, what have you discovered on your hero’s journey?

What’s the wisdom you’ve gained from your experiences that you can share with your audiences?

Let me know in the comments below.

Next time in the Powerful Speaking Secrets video series, I’ll be talking about making your audience care.  If no-one cares about what you’re saying, then you’re not doing your job as a powerful speaker.

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