When you think of speakers do you normally think of extroverted people? Does that have you wondering if you can be an introvert and a great speaker?
That’s a question I answer today with Jonathan Fields. Jonathan is a best-selling author, entrepreneur and international speaker who is known for his brand, Good Life Project.
On this episode of The Speaker Lab, we take an introspective look at being speaker. Jonathan shares how he handles being an introvert during his speaking engagements, and how to be comfortable in your own skin while you’re on stage. Join us to hear all about it and more on the 183rd edition of The Speaker Lab.
THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:
- Is being an introvert an advantage as a speaker?
- What are the two ways he helps maintain his energy levels during longer speaking engagements?
- How does being on stage pull out a different aspect of his personality?
- How do you learn to be comfortable with silence when you’re speaking?
- Why he’s pushed himself to tell more personal stories on stage.
- Does it always lot of time and work before you know if you are great speaker?
- How do you share enough to create a connection but not so much to create discomfort in your audience?
- And so much more!
Tweetable: “People want to be inspired, to feel emotion and to learn while feeling safe along the way.”
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