An interview with the author of “Your Best Just Got Better”
by Peter Watts
I recently wrote a blog about a productivity book called “Your Best Just Got Better” It’s a book that has made a huge personal difference to how I work, where I set my priorities, and how I go about defining those priorities.
As a follow-up to that review, it’s my pleasure this week to be able to welcome to The Presenters’ Blog the author himself, Jason Womack.
Jason has conducted over 1,500 seminars. To each audience he brings not just knowledge, but energy, experience, and passion.
1,500 audiences! How does he do it?
During this podcast, you’ll find out how the personal performance ideas that Jason shares in “Your Best Just Got Better” can be applied to the world of the presenter:
- Overcoming barriers that might be holding you back, such as nervousness
- Why it’s essential to know, and to believe, that your ideas truly matter. That you have something to say!
- How to identify your key message: the one thing that you want everybody in the room to have heard and understood during your presentation
- The role that dissonance plays in the hard-wiring of our brains, and why it’s essential to proactively take charge of our own post-presentation coaching
- Why it’s important to keep every presentation delivery as fresh as the first, thereby honoring your responsibility, as a presenter, to your audience
This podcast is packed with ideas and tips from Jason. Listen to it by clicking this link for the Jason & Peter PodCast, or if you’d rather read the conversation, we’ve included this transcript as well.
In addition, Jason and I have also put together ideas to boost your presenting; how you can identify your own unique knowledge, craft your message, and then take that to the stage…. this week! It’s combined with a very short video message.
Enjoy the Jason & Peter PodCast, and do please leave any comments that you might have.
It would be great to hear from you.