36: The Secret to Flawless Presentations

March 12, 2024

36: The Secret to Flawless Presentations

Jacqueline emphasises the value of scripting your speeches to maximise effective delivery.

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Are you craving the ability to be able to deliver every speech flawlessly?  Would you like to make that a predictable part of your speaking career? 

Then you are going to have to get comfortable with the idea of building scripts for your speeches.  And if you fear a script will make you sound robotic and boring, then let this episode enlighten you on the benefits of having a good script.

In this episode of Speaker Driven Business, Jacqueline emphasises the value of scripting your speeches to maximise effective delivery. She explains that scripting helps you master the craft of public speaking and teaches you a new, intentional structure for presenting your ideas.  And it is the foundation for so much more  

Throughout the episode, Jacqueline emphasises the importance of every word in your script. You’ll come away with a brand new appreciation for scripting as a means to deliver flawlessly, without notes or PowerPoint, while maintaining a natural, conversational flow that captivates audiences and entices them to want more.

WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER IN THIS EPISODE:

  • What the end of the engine room looks like (01:02)
  • A summary of what you should have so far (01:30)
  • Why having a script is important (02:19)
  • The goal in building a script: script perfect, not word perfect (03:16)
  • The Speak Like Ted Program (06:23)
  • The benefits of puppeteering while building your script (07:45)
  • Building a script inside out: in chunks, not in a sequential order, and with transitions coming in last (08:26)
  • The embedding process (16:18)

QUOTES

“I always say the best speeches are one message, one conversation, to one person.” – Jacqueline Nagle

“The whole intention of speaking is to move an audience from where they are now, to where you want them to be, to where they never expected to be.” – Jacqueline Nagle

“What happens when you can deliver flawlessly and you can deliver without notes, whether it’s a speech or a workshop, is people trust you. There’s this unconscious recognition that you must know your things.” – Jacqueline Nagle

RESOURCES

Carmine Gallo

Speak Like Ted Program

Napoleon Hill Strategy

Think and Grow Rich

Jerry Seinfeld

WHERE TO FIND JACQUELINE NAGLE

To connect and learn more about creating a Speaker Driven Business connect with Jacqueline on LinkedIn. You can also follow Jacqueline on Instagram.