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This is it!  The last (and arguably the most important) episode of our 3 part series “Public Speaking Tips.”

In today’s episode, we’ll dive into our final topic – how to be a better storyteller.  More specifically, you’ll listen to a compilation of soundbites from three of our previous guests.  Each of them will give their own take on how to leverage the skill of storytelling to create a more memorable and impactful message, and connect with any audience on a deeper, more meaningful level. 

More specifically, you’ll hear from: 

  • E178: Kindra Hall – The 4 Key Components of a Story and a tactical approach to apply them to your specific context
  • E152: Michael Tucker – How to shift your perspective to find more creative solutions
  • E171: Gabe Polsky –  How to prioritize your message while under constraints

The original episodes are linked above, for your reference.

In addition to each episode, we provide FREE reflection worksheets to help you think about what each episode means to you and how it applies to your life.  You can download all of them HERE.

Are you preparing for a presentation or just looking for some specific coaching regarding your speaking skills? We have exactly what you’re looking for!  Our virtual 1:1 Mentoring Program is tailored to your goals, and provides you with the individualized attention, evaluation, and coaching you need.  Schedule a free consultation call with our team today to find out if it’s the right fit for you!

If you’re not really feeling the whole virtual idea, check out our live Speaker School event. Although our 2023 edition is sold out, you can lock in your spot for our 2024 workshop and be the first to get all the updates as they roll out!  This live 2 day experience not only covers the knowledge you need to understand your audience and speak to them in a way they understand, but provides you with a safe environment to fail, one filled with people who want you to succeed, and are there to give you the feedback and encouragement you need to take steps forward. 

Lastly – we haven’t done a ton of these series in the past, and we’d love to hear your thoughts!  With everything, our goal is to provide you with value and tools to help you make progress, and we want to make sure that’s what’s happening.  Feel free to contact the team directly at with any thoughts on things you found interesting or helpful, or not, in our previous 2 series (Entrepreneur Essentials & Public Speaking Tips).  We appreciate your time and effort!

Art of Coaching Staff Development: 

Consistent professional development is a non-negotiable if we want to perform and stay relevant in our field.  And as the leader of a staff or department, we do our best to promote an environment of consistent growth and high performance in all areas – both in technical skills and on the interpersonal side of things.  However, despite our efforts, organized and routine continuing education often gets pushed down the priority list when compared to all the other responsibilities we have on our plates.  That’s why we at Art of Coaching have created a virtual staff development program, which is tailored to the needs and goals of your staff and department.  

This program is NOT just an inspirational, “rah rah,” type of experience.  Specific and customized to your mission and values, we provide you and your staff with educational resources and guide you through discussion, tools, and strategies you can use to grow together in the areas of building trusting relationships, becoming better communicators, and strategically approaching hard conversations. Reach out to us HERE for more information.

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