In improv theater, making one statement behind the curtain can add safety and trust to the entire cast. “I’ve got your back” will connect the performers and sets the stage for a powerful show.
The concept of “Yes, and…” (from improv theater) is an excellent starting point technique for performers and speakers alike.
When we take the time to study and learn from others who have gone before us, this can accelerate our own success.
The benefits of expert coaching cannot be understated. You’ll want to choose your coach (or coaches) carefully and early.
The journey to Red Circle can be quite an adventure. Committing to taking care of your body and your mind every week leading up to your event will position you to deliver a TEDx Talk that your audience will not forget.
As a speaker you want to be ready to speak whenever the opportunity arises. Your Rehearsal Rituals set the stage for your speaking success.
The purpose of memorizing a Talk: First know your content cold which then allows you to focus on the next level of your Talk – the delivery.
Your audience is paying close attention to your delivery. The more intentional you can be, the stronger the impact you can make.
If you want design a high-stakes short-form Talk people will remember, start with one Core Idea and build your entire Talk around that concept.
Have a plan for your game day. Decide what you need to do in order to perform at your highest level and put all those elements in place. Don’t leave game day to chance.