A short class in how to:
- Speak from the heart to the audience, not at them,
- Making it a conversation with them, not talking down to them,
- Improvising your speech so it’s totally yours.
Look, Listen, Learn. READ THIS OVER CAREFULLY AND REALIZE WHAT YOU CAN DO TO OPEN UP YOUR AUTHENTICITY TO INCLUDE THE TOTAL, PRESENT, PASSIONATE, AUDIENCE CONNECTED YOU.
“A game changer for speakers that guarantees results.”
Friday, December 7, 2012 – 10AM – 4PM
Last weeks workshop was OUTSTANDING. So many smart and interesting people came and each one left with something they could apply immediately to their work. I was so energized by them. Now it’s your chance!
“Barbara Kite has a gift that I am ever so grateful to have been the recipient of. I have done some speaking but I knew that I was good, not great! Barbara knows how to make us great. She is courageously committed to giving each of her clients the compassionate truth about what they need to achieve excellence. She taught me to have the courage to be totally authentic. Be more, don’t do more. Thanks Barbara.” –Suze Cumming, PCC, The Nature of Real Estate
“As Henry Emerson Fosdick once said… ‘Have the daring to accept yourself as a bundle of possibilities and undertake the game of making the most of your best.‘ That is the feeling of my experience at the Great Speakers Workshop. Fun and rewarding. Thank you Barbara…loved the course.” – Cathy Nehl, Nehl & Assoc., LLC
Christopher Walken – About the art of learning the words
From NY TIMES MAGAZINE Article Christopher Walken Isn’t as Weird as You Think Christopher Walken interview by JESSICA GROSS Published: November 9, 2012
On the OBSESSIVE DEDICATION THAT’S REQUIRED …
…I’m like that about learning a script. I like to stand in my kitchen with the script on the counter that’s about chest high. Usually I do something else at the same time – make a chicken or slice vegetables – and all day long I just read it over and over and over.
HOW DO YOU RUN LINES AND COOK CHICKEN AT THE SAME TIME?
It’s the power of distraction. My own way of thinking is very conservative, very linear and not particularly imaginative, but if I look for things in different places, sometimes things happen.