Have you ever given a presentation where someone in your audience fell asleep ... and snored ... loudly? That happened to today's guest on the Public Speaking Super Powers podcast, Andy Cabasso, so he went to work figuring out how to make your topic more interesting so that no one would ever fall asleep on him again.
Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast: Season 5, Episode 5 - The Final Episode: How to Make Your Topic More Interesting
Length: 16 minutes, 52 seconds
About Andy Cabasso
Andy Cabasso is a digital marketing professional, speaker, lawyer, and occasional wedding officiant. He is the co-founder of Postaga, an all-in-one platform for link building and email outreach. Prior to Postaga, he started, grew, and then successfully sold a digital marketing agency.
You can learn more about Postaga and how it can help you with guest blogging and guest podcasting in Andy's guest appearance on my other podcast, The Author's Switch.
Highlights from How to Make Your Topic More Interesting
In this episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast, Andy shares his tale of terror as he faced the snoring audience member and eventually learned how to make his speeches more interesting and less snore-worthy. He shares his process and tips so that you don't have to go through what he did and make your topic more interesting from the get-go.
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Video Version: How to Make Your Topic More Interesting
About the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast
The Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast is the podcast for new and aspiring speakers, introverts, and shy people seeking to overcome their fear of speaking, improve their speaking skills and take their career to the next level through speaking. Each episode features information to empower you to be a better speaker and communicator.
Carma Spence, the host of the show, shares her insights and knowledge on the topic gained from more than 20 speaking experience, as well as interviews with subject matter experts, such as speaker coaches, authors, and more.
The podcast is available on most podcast directories, including iTunes, Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, and beyond. New episodes are posted on the third Wednesday of the month.