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11 Lessons (57m)
    • 1. Public Speaking: Intro to Course

    • 2. Core 1: Speaking is Storytelling

    • 3. Core 2: The 4 P's of Public Speaking

    • 4. Core 3: How to Tell a Story Part 1

    • 5. Core 4: How to Tell a Story Part 2

    • 6. Core 5: Break Bad Habits Legs and Feet

    • 7. Core 6: Break Bad Habits Hands

    • 8. Core 7: Break Bad Habits Face

    • 9. Core 8: Break Bad Habits Voice

    • 10. Core 9: Why Fear is Okay

    • 11. Core 10: Conclusion


About This Class

(If you like this course, be sure to look for Part II and Part III on Skillshare!)

Course Description

You will either love this course or hate it.

I've been speaking publicly for more than a decade - acting and improv, motivational and business, all the good things.

I've been through a lot of public speaking courses that are boring. Courses that don't address the big challenges around this skill and how to beat them.

So I decided to take a risk and make something crazy. You'll see what I mean when you watch the intro video.

In This Course:

  • You'll learn the CORE techniques and tricks you need to build the foundation of good public speaking. Go from novice to good.
  • Look for the second and third sections of this course on Skillshare that talk about STYLE and CREATIVITY!

This course is a wild ride of weirdness, authenticity, and comedy. You'll laugh, you'll think, and I hope you'll come out the other end with not only new knowledge but a new mindset as well.

Grab a seat, get some popcorn, and buckle up - it's going to be a ride.

-Nathan, Billy and Chad

What are the requirements?

  • No actions required. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show ;)

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Apply core skills to amp up your public speaking game.
  • Understand who you are and how to leverage that for your best speaking.
  • Pull ideas from advanced public speaking forms to level yourself up to expert status.
  • Learn how to have fun and take yourself less seriously.
  • Handle ANYTHING the audience throws at you.

What is the target audience?

  • SHOULD: You're a total beginner who wants to learn how to do public speaking.
  • SHOULD: You're experienced, but looking for some new ideas (I have many of those).
  • SHOULD: You're bored from past classes and are looking for something interesting.
  • SHOULD NOT: You think public speaking has a specific, one-size-fits-all formula.
  • SHOULD NOT: You like formal, non-weird teachers. Not my forte.
  • SHOULD NOT: You are a robot. No robots allowed.