Thursday, August 25, 2011

Ten outstanding podcasts from the book Trust Me: Four Steps to Authenticity and Charisma

Starting last month Nick Morgan did another series of podcasts about public speaking based on his 2009 book Trust Me: Four Steps to Authenticity and Charisma. In it he talks about being open, being connected, being passionate, and listening. Here are the links:

July 20th: How to use the power of your unconscious mind (3 minutes)

July 21st: Why you need authenticity and charisma (3 minutes)

July 25th: How to communicate powerfully (5 minutes)

July 27th: Why the debt limit talks are doomed - a rhetorical analysis (6 minutes)

August 1st: Why you need to be open - and how to do it (5 minutes)

August 3rd: How to connect better with the people around you (4 minutes)

August 10th: How to use body language to connect powerfully with other people (7 minutes)

August 15th: Becoming a passionate communicator (5 minutes)

August 17th: Finding passion in your voice and gestures (4 minutes)

August 22nd: In praise of listening (5 minutes)

Listening to the whole series will take less than fifty minutes, and is time well spent. You can look here to find an image of the four spaces discussed in his August 10th podcast.

The image of Jimmy Carter campaigning came from the Library of Congress.

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