This episode’s guest is is a well-aged interview that I’ve been saving up for a special occasion. She is an invaluable resource to the aspiring TED- community, and I believe can bring amazing value to this ana-presen-visualization tribe.
Sally Koering Zimney is a pro presentation coach who lives for learning about what moves people during a really impactful talk. She is a professional speaking coach and trainer, and has been speaking, performing – and coaching speakers – for nearly two decades
Her online home is This Moved Me, where she offers tons of valuable content on how to gain more confidence and design talks that create moving moments for your audiences. Sally is also the host of the This Moved Me Podcast where she interviews the leading experts of presentation prowess in a conversational intimate setting.
And in this episode, Sally discusses with me what moves people during a really impactful talk.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn…
- How to create moving moments in small or internal meetings
- Why using creative energy can make presentations more meaningful
- Tactics to take an objective look at the ebb and flow of a presentation and how to incorporate those elements into a usable presentation template
- How storytelling can break down the wall between the presenter and the audience and create an important connection
People and Resources Mentioned in this Episode
- Columbus Web Analytics Wednesday: June 14, 2016
- Stéphane Hamel – Present Beyond Measure Episode 13
- SASI Ebook
- Speaking About Presenting – Olivia Mitchell
- Hello – Adele (Reggae Cover)
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A very, very special thanks to my pal Sally for joining me this week. And as always, viz responsibly, my friends.
What’s your burning question for Sally on creating moving presentations?