Master Your Message for Maximum Impact

Here you’ll find full versions of all the interviews I’ve done with experts in their respective fields. All these interviews are on topics closely relating to presentations of all kinds. Enjoy!

Interview with David Aaron Katz, “Taking Care of Your Voice”(time: 38 mins, 6 secs)

Without your voice in good condition, you’re little use as a presenter. However, we often take this most important instrument for granted.

In this interview, David discusses ways to enhance the sound of your voice, exercises you can do before a presentation, and ways to care for your voice if you have a cold, are under stress, or travel a great deal.

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David Aaron Katz

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David Aaron Katz

David Aaron Katz is a cantor and international singer of opera and broadway as well as a nutritional consultant, herbalist and Reiki practitioner. He has been using herbs, supplements and diet for over 20 years to enhance, strengthen, heal and maintain his voice and has helped countless others do the same. He uses his unique combination of professional performance experience and nutritional expertise to empower and educate all voice professionals to take the health of their voice and career into their own hands.

You can find David at http://www.superiorvocalhealth.com/ He also has a blog at http://superiorvocalhealth.blogspot.com/

Recorded January, 2011

Interview with Troy White, “The Power of Storytelling” (time: 22 mins, 34 secs).

Stories can take many different forms in presentations and speeches. They can be short anecdotes, or longer stories woven into the fabric of a talk, with the climax near the end. The latter keeps the audience involved waiting to hear how it all turned out. These types of stories are the reason Hollywood exists.

We can find stories as far back as cave man days. They were all over the walls – pictures. And that reinforces the saying that “a picture is worth a thousand words.” A picture can be many things to many people. They’re stories in themselves. So, the use of pictures is your presentations is far more powerful than words.

We remember stories; we remember images. If you want to engage your audience, keep them with you throughout your talk, incorporating pictures and stories is the way to do it.

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Troy White

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Troy White

Troy is a master storyteller, having crafted online sales letters that have sold millions of dollars internationally. Any sought-after commercial copywriter will tell you that stories are the essence of any compelling writing – particularly in sales. He is also an internationally recognized marketing coach, whose focus is on helping entrepreneurs maximize their lead generation and marketing efforts.

Working with entrepreneurs and small business owners from all over the world gives Troy a unique insight into the challenges entrepreneurs are faced with, and the strategies that build their businesses faster.

You can find Troy at http://www.blog.smallbusinesscopywriter.com/

Recorded November, 2010

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