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Talking Talks: The power of pictures, with Lynne Cazaly

 

In this episode of Talking Talks Bri speaks with Lynne Cazaly.

We talk about the power of paper and technology to capture and refine ideas, the importance of allowing ideas to percolate, productivity tips like time boxing and voice-to-text, holding engagement by varying your pace and even Lynne's stationery habit!

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- Visit Lynne's website: http://www.lynnecazaly.com/

- Lynne's YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/c/LynneCazaly

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Talking Talks: How to be heard, with Dr Louise Mahler

 

In this episode of Talking Talks Bri speaks with Dr. Louise Mahler.

We talk about why leaders are disinterested in circus performers, the perils of being your "authentic self", the need to focus on your identity as a speaker, how to use humour strategically, not changing your topics and her Koosh ball approach.

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- View Louise in action: https://louisemahler.com.au/

- Louise's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LouisemahlerAu/featured

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Talking Talks: How much of yourself should you bring to stage? With Rachel Service

 

In this episode of Talking Talks I speak with Rachel Service, founder and CEO of The Happiness Concierge.

Rachel in a TEDx speaker, global expert on workplace culture and says she's never met a microphone she didn't like!

We talk about how to contain emotion, who you are really there to serve, tricks to be "present", how to cue your audience before interaction, what sort of feedback to ask for.

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- Find out more about Rachel: www.rachelservice.com/rachel-service
- Rachel's TEDx talk: ...

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Talking Talks: How to know what to leave out, with Dave McCaughan

 

In this episode of Talking Talks Bri speaks with Dave McCaughan, founder of storytelling and market insights consultancy, Bibliosexual.

Dave is a master storyteller who has spoken at over 600 conferences across the globe.

We talk about how to know what to leave out of a presentation, coming up with titles that stand out and why format can be more important than content. Oh, and why 5 year old's are the toughest audience of all!

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Talking Talks: How to make a dull topic interesting, with Christian Hunt

 

In this episode of Talking Talks I speak with Christian Hunt, founder of Human-Risk.

Christian specialises in applying behavioural science to ethics and compliance, topics that may seem dull but he manages to bring to life for his audience.

In our discussion we cover a range of things, like why some titles can be terrible, whether you should finish in Q&A, the difference between stage and virtual presentations and why Christian thinks PowerPoint "is the devil's work"!

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