Public Speaking Done Different - Part II Premium class

Nathan Robertson, EdTech Startup Director, Bilingual, Writer

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8 Videos (37m)
    • Style 1: Why Is Style Important?

    • Style 2: PBJ

    • Style 3: Clear Your Head With Chunking

    • Style 4: Self Perception

    • Style 5: Quirk and Swag

    • Style 6: Leveling

    • Style 7: Break that Ice!

    • Style 8: Conclusion


About This Class

(If you like this course, be sure to look for Part I 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:

  • We'll talk about your STYLE and how to inject that into your public speaking to connect with audiences and win at engagement. Go from good to great.
  • Look for the first and third sections of this course on Skillshare that talk about CORE techniques 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.





Nathan Robertson

EdTech Startup Director, Bilingual, Writer

I'm that funky Southern guy who speaks Chinese, works at a startup in Boulder, and wants to change the world.

I have over a decade's experience in public speaking: theatre, improv, film acting, motivational speaking, business pitching, trainings, and workshops. I'm also a writer / blogger / idea guy / video editor / amateur cook / not-so-amateur hiker.

I have helped thousand of students and teachers offline through my current work - and now I'm bringing it to you.

Buckle up.