Why Wealth is Your Birthright with Susie Carder - 244
The Speaking Club : Mastering the Art of Public Speaking
by Sarah Archer: Coach, Speaker, Comedian & Writer
3w ago
Susie Carder started business life as a hairdresser working for someone else, but she knew that she’d only realize her dreams of wealth, security and success if she started her own business.  Even though she was a single mum with 2 little girls to support, she went on to create, not one, but two $10 Million companies! Speaking mixed with her super power of implementing simple systems have created growth for her own business and many clients too.  She has helped over 100,000 entrepreneurs increase their revenues by more than 3000% and worked with top business moguls including John Ass ..read more
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Tips for Applying the Spice and Seasoning to Your Talk - 243
The Speaking Club : Mastering the Art of Public Speaking
by Sarah Archer: Coach, Speaker, Comedian & Writer
1M ago
If you’ve listened to many episodes of The Speaking Club, you will no doubt have heard me share that a talk should be planned and scripted, but that at the right time you should let go of the script to bring the talk alive for you and your audience. That is what this episode is all about.  As you know, I teach a talk structure that I developed to make it easy for you to engage your audience with stories, whilst also moving them onto the same page as you, so that they are more likely to buy into your idea, change, product or service emotionally and logically.  But, as I always say, th ..read more
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My Five in Five Discoveries for Success and Happiness - 241
The Speaking Club : Mastering the Art of Public Speaking
by Sarah Archer: Coach, Speaker, Comedian & Writer
1M ago
Five years ago, I launched The Speaking Club and it’s been an interesting journey. From me talking to myself in a little cubby hole, wondering if anyone would listen, to the show being downloaded in over 190 countries and it becoming a top 1% podcast, regularly in the charts. To recognise this milestone, I decided that I wanted to share my biggest learnings over the past five years, some of which I’ve already covered with you in podcast episodes and some which haven’t.  I hope that some of the aha moments I’ve had and share with you here, will help you too. Maybe as a new concept that giv ..read more
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Getting Yourself in the Frame with Marcus Ahmad - 240
The Speaking Club : Mastering the Art of Public Speaking
by Sarah Archer: Coach, Speaker, Comedian & Writer
1M ago
A lot of the heavy lifting for your brand is done by the image you present to your target audience offstage.  People not only look at your credentials and experience, but also your photo to gauge how you come across and whether you’ll be a right fit for them or their audience.  That profile picture of you is often the start of the ‘know, like, trust’ journey and it’s important that you don’t fall at the first hurdle. So, as well as investing in developing your content and speaking skills, you also need to pay attention to your photo as another marketing asset.  That’s why I’ve b ..read more
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How to Share an Emotional Story Without Losing Control - 239
The Speaking Club : Mastering the Art of Public Speaking
by Sarah Archer: Coach, Speaker, Comedian & Writer
2M ago
As Brené Brown pointed out, there is power in being vulnerable. I believe there is even more power in showing that vulnerability through a story about a personal experience. BUT … if that story is emotionally charged then there are some additional things you need to consider before you share it.  That’s because it can be done badly, and when that happens you can make your audience feel uncomfortable, distract them from your core message and undermine your impact.  So, in this show, I’m going to be giving you the lowdown on what you should consider before you use an emotionally charge ..read more
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Applying the Psychology of Sports Performance to Sales Success with Phil Coley - 238
The Speaking Club : Mastering the Art of Public Speaking
by Sarah Archer: Coach, Speaker, Comedian & Writer
2M ago
Phil Coley started off his business journey as a sports psychologist working with olympians, world and european champions in a variety of sports and disciplines. Phil’s ability to influence team performance in the sports arena was spotted by a business leader, who wanted to achieve the same success with his sales team. This led Phil to train 100 sales managers and initiated his switch from sports to business performance.  He started his own consultancy in 2007 and after initial success ended up losing everything, and having to start again… teaching him some of the most critical business l ..read more
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[Insights] on Making Complex Ideas Simple, Relatable and Engaging - 237
The Speaking Club : Mastering the Art of Public Speaking
by Sarah Archer: Coach, Speaker, Comedian & Writer
2M ago
Over my career, I’ve worked with lots of scientists, IT specialists and engineers, and I know that sometimes it can be challenging to communicate complicated concepts and ideas in a way that’s simple enough for your audience to understand. However, those people who can do this successfully stand out from the crowd and are sought after as speakers and leaders.  That’s why in this insights episode, I’ve reached into the archives and picked extracts from my episodes tackling this issue, alongside those from other experts spanning the disciplines of science, engineering and law who have devel ..read more
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Where There’s a Will There’s a Voice with Shrenik Shah - 236
The Speaking Club : Mastering the Art of Public Speaking
by Sarah Archer: Coach, Speaker, Comedian & Writer
2M ago
Shrenik Shah has been described as the ‘Yoda’ and ‘Mr Myagi’ of cancer.  At the age of 44 he was working in marketing to support his family, when he started to get unwell, he lost weight, began to lose his voice and after about six months of deterioration he decided to go to the Doctor.  The diagnosis was stage four vocal cord cancer, and he was given an ultimatum by a cancer surgeon … lose your voice or lose your life.  When he heard this he felt like his world was crashing down around him, but he trusted the surgeon and clung to hope. It was 26 years ago this week that Shrenik ..read more
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Vibrating at the Right Frequency When You Speak - 235
The Speaking Club : Mastering the Art of Public Speaking
by Sarah Archer: Coach, Speaker, Comedian & Writer
3M ago
In the last episode of the show I shared 12 podcasts that could help to level up your speaking skills. I also told you that my intention is that anyone I work with, through my programmes and this podcast has compelling content AND charisma as a speaker.  Speaking skills and delivering your message confidently are a big part of that, but there is one thing that separates the speakers you remember from those you forget. The speakers whose message lands with your heart as well as your head, and that thing is what I want to talk to you about today.  Enjoy!   What you’ll learn: What ..read more
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The Diamond Dozen for Developing Your Speaking Skills - 234
The Speaking Club : Mastering the Art of Public Speaking
by Sarah Archer: Coach, Speaker, Comedian & Writer
4M ago
To be a great public speaker you need substance and style. I’ve seen many speakers who are very showy, but their content completely misses the mark, and I’ve seen speakers with a great message to share, but who fail to communicate it in a way that engages their audience. I want anyone I work with, through my programmes and this podcast to have compelling content AND charisma as a speaker. I want you to have a talk that you’re excited to share and the confidence in your own speaking skills that means you step ‘on stage’ with power.  In this show, I want to focus on the second half of the s ..read more
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