The Inspired Speaker Academy
It’s time for you to take
FREE OPEN HOUSE SPEAKER MASTERCLASS
We all need practice. Whether you're an experienced speaker looking to up your game or a brand new speaker looking for some pointers, we know that one of the biggest challenges is finding a space where you can rehearse in front of a live audience and receive relevant feedback (only if you want it, no unsolicited feedback here).
Drop in for your speaking spot, to get a burning question answered, or stay for the whole event to soak up some inspiration and some extra speaking tips by watching and listening to the other speakers on the call.
While this event is live and interactive online, it will also be live-streamed on Facebook and the replay will be posted on our YourTube channel.
SNIPPETS FROM Q&A
How do I stop myself saying the wrong thing or seeming unprofessional?
How do I stop using filler words like Um and Ah?
WANT TO KNOW WHAT PREVIOUS PARTICIPANTS THOUGHT OF THE EVENT?
"I really like how this terrifying scary monster (public speaking) is actually built up of fundamental building blocks. It's really about focusing on the steps: the framing and all those aspects, which then places it within our control and not something that’s just gonna end up like a pie in the face." ~ Paula
"It’s been a while since I’ve talked about my business, being a student and a full time employee for quite a while. I’ve been wanting to do some video courses and this was a nice opportunity to practice that and to see whether it would be more beneficial to do recorded zoom meetings or just in a bubble with just me talking to people. If I would be engaging enough for an audience if there wasn’t the interaction back and forth. That was really beneficial to have the opportunity to practice that." ~ Julie
"My highlight was the feedback for all the different presentations, it’s very practical and down to earth. It's never superficial, it's never surface level or cookie cutter textbook. It’s practical. I don’t seek advice from everybody, I'm very particular about whose advice I take and Danielle Benzon is one I really take to heart. I know her advice comes from genuine experience. There’s always a lot of context and depth to it." ~ Fatima
Curious to know what you're in for?
SNIPPETS FROM Q&A
What advice do you have for shy speakers?
How much information should I give at the beginning of a story?