Some speakers, even the most passionate ones, believe good content is enough to captivate all audiences. The truth is, without deliberate structure, even the most knowledgeable and experienced speakers struggle to guide listeners from where they are, to where they want them to be, to where they never even imagined!
In this episode of Speaker Driven Business, Jacqueline explains why structure and framework matter, and why winging it won’t always work, even if you consider yourself highly creative.
Jacqueline outlines the core structures top speakers use to transform listener perspectives. Additionally, she expounds on when to adhere strictly to structures, when expertise and experience grant flexibility and freedom, and why mastering the rules allows bending them once you build necessary muscle.
If you want to guide audiences to unexpected revelations instead of just sharing valuable information, this episode will definitely equip you to leverage frameworks for maximum impact.
WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER IN THIS EPISODE:
- Donald Miller’s experience about effectively conveying the value of structure and instruction in an organization (02:18)
- Keynote structures (04:35)
- The 3 TED Talk structures (07:28)
- Five key structures for speaking only, particularly the crescendo style (11:09)
- “If we want to move people through from where they are now to a destination that they think they want to actually where we want to take them, then we actually have to do that deliberately. It doesn’t just happen by winging it.” – Jacqueline Nagle
- “We do stick to these structures strictly while we’re building our muscle because it means that we can actually deliberately move people while we’re still building all the elements of the craft.” – Jacqueline Nagle