264 Using Your Voice to Help Others – Harrison Monarth
28 Jan 2020

Voice, Service, Leadership, Influence, Message

264 Using Your Voice to Help Others – Harrison Monarth

Summary

Your voice as a speaker is not only about you—it’s also about how you can impact the world through your unique perspective and viewpoint. Today’s guest shares a clear vision of how to take the focus of yourself and provide massive value to others by developing your voice.

New York Times bestselling author and executive coach Harrison Monarth is a leader in the field of developing key leadership competencies, executive presence, effective communication, and leadership influence. Harrison helps managers and leaders develop better self-awareness, understand their style and impact on others, improve stakeholder relationships, and develop a strong personal brand.

We’ll explore: 

  • The importance of voice and being an effective leader.
  • How Harrison found his voice as a teenager by providing value to others.
  • Various ways that Harrison helps others find their voices through his work.
  • How to see your voice as an instrument.
  • The difference between voice and message in terms of what you are doing to serve people.
  • What it means to have an impactful voice.
  • Steps to take after you find your voice.
  • The connection between the voice and listening

Interview Links

GuruMaker.com

Harrison’s books

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Resources

The Big Talk Academy Membership

FREE Ebook: 7 Step Formula for Fearless Speaking

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263 Step into Your Authentic Voice – Erika Gerdes
21 Jan 2020

Voice, Good, Audience, Authenticity, Impact

263 Step into Your Authentic Voice – Erika Gerdes

Summary

We naturally run from fear as human beings. But if you want to make a bigger impact as a speaker and leader, you must not only face your fears—you must also give voice to them. Today’s guest shares her powerful story of learning to face her fears and become more authentic. Her story will inspire and motivate you to step into your authentic voice and speak with greater clarity.

Leadership development speaker, coach and writer, Erika Gerdes shares The Art of Undoing, an awareness and mindfulness practice she designed to teach people practical ways to improve their well-being, authenticity, and impact. Erika spent twelve years at Google, and left at the height of her career to help people be happier and more fulfilled in their lives.

We’ll explore: 

  • Erica’s story of developing The Art of Undoing.
  • Why we all have a responsibility to figure out the impact we can have on the world.
  • The importance of giving voice to our “fear stories.”
  • Why we need to talk to ourselves as we would talk to our best friend.
  • How Erika began getting more clarity about her voice.
  • The value of asking yourself questions without knowing the answers.

Interview Links

ErikaGerdes.com

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Resources

The Big Talk Academy Membership

FREE Ebook: 7 Step Formula for Fearless Speaking

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262 Flexing Your Vocal Muscle – David Neagle
14 Jan 2020

Voice, Authenticity, Speaking, Empowerment, Responsibility

262 Flexing Your Vocal Muscle – David Neagle

Summary

Becoming an authentic, powerful speaker is not easy. It requires you to verbalize what you want and take responsibility for using your voice in a positive way. Today’s guest will empower you to flex your vocal muscle and become the architect of your own life.

David Neagle is the founder of the multimillion-dollar global coaching company Life Is Now, Inc, helping thousands of entrepreneurs, experts and self-employed professionals gain the confidence and find the right mindset to increase their revenue, turning their endeavors into seven- and eight-figure ventures.

Being in the coaching and mentorship industry for more than twenty years, his clients include many well-known people, including New York Times #1 best-selling author Jen Sincero, expanded to more than thirty countries, and he has been featured on Forbes, CBS, NBC, Wall Street Journal, Inc., Entrepreneur and Fox. He is also the bestselling author of The Millions Within, a book focusing on intention, focus, and awareness to build your dream business and life.

We’ll explore: 

  • David’s story of the first time he used his voice to set a boundary.
  • The importance of flexing your vocal muscle.
  • Why it’s easier to verbalize what you don’t want, rather than what you do want.
  • How to be the architect of your own life.
  • Why we have the responsibility to use our voice.
  • Why the story you create for yourself can become a prison.
  • How to translate your voice into a message that serves others well.
  • The danger of putting yourself on a stage where you’re not meant to be.

Interview Links

DavidNeagle.com

The Successful Mind Podcast

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Resources

The Big Talk Academy Membership

FREE Ebook: 7 Step Formula for Fearless Speaking

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261 Find Your Voice & Clarify Your Message – Eli Weinstein
07 Jan 2020

Mental Health, Voice, Clarity, Message, Authority

261 Find Your Voice & Clarify Your Message – Eli Weinstein

Summary

“Hi, my name is Eli Weinstein, LMSW. I am a Social Work therapist who has worked in a psych hospital, intense outpatient clinic and currently work in a community clinic in queens. I used to work in NY and West Coast NCSY (Youth Organization) for over 7 years.I created ELIvation to fill a need to help those in struggling and add extra inspiration and motivation into everyday life.

I have gone through my own struggles with anxiety, ADHD and men’s issues (being a new dad, body image issues, relationships, and general self-esteem/confidence)My main goal is to help people on their journey to add support, care, empathy, expertise, and insight.I run events, seminars and individual coaching on topics from mental health awareness, public speaking coaching, relationship coaching and confidence boosting.”

We’ll explore: 

  • How Eli uses his voice to advocate for mental health.
  • The importance of understanding the clarity of your message.
  • How Eli found his voice, and when he found the courage to use it.
  • Eli’s advice on how you can find your voice.
  • Why talking about mental health is so important to Eli.
  • How Eli got booked on Kelly Clarkson’s TV show, and how he prepared for his appearance.

Interview Links

ELIvation.org

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Resources

The Big Talk Academy Membership

FREE Ebook: 7 Step Formula for Fearless Speaking

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