April 13, 2018

Tricia Brouk

Episode 726: How to deliver a BIG TALK, with Tricia Brouk

Tricia Brouk works in the entertainment industry and applies her expertise as a director and writer for film, television, and theater to the art of Big Talks. She’s written two musicals, a play, a sitcom pilot, a feature film, and is the executive producer of TEDx Lincoln Square. She also hosts the podcast “The Big Talk” on iTunes and is currently writing a show called “Mothers and Daughters” based on interviews she’s had with women from the ages of 12 to 90.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Why Tricia applied to be a TEDx organizer
  • Why the speakers Tricia works with often walk on stage as someone, but walk off the stage completely different
  • How switching your point of view can make your idea global
  • Why speaking on topics you are passionate about will organically drive business to your company
  • Why you should view your presentation as a gift you are sharing with others, not an ask
  • How a keynote and a TEDx talk are different
  • What skills you will need to master to be able to give a keynote or a TEDx talk
  • Why you do not need to be a professional speaker to appear on a TEDx stage
  • The importance of knowing you are the brand of your company
  • The importance of being selective on which TEDx you apply to

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Stephen Woessner

Stephen is the CEO of Predictive ROI and host of the Onward Nation podcast. He is the author of two bestselling books, speaker, trainer, and his digital marketing insights have been featured in SUCCESS, Entrepreneur, The Washington Post, Forbes, Inc. Magazine, and other media.