Episode 141 Creating a Multi-Sensory Experience – Cameron Brown

Do you want to take your speaking to the next level? Our guest today shares how he does this by engaging multiple senses and using the power of music and film. You’ll come away with ideas and inspiration to make your own talks more effective and create a unique experience for your audience.

Born and raised in outback Australia, Cameron has turned his dream and passion for helping others into a socially conscious company that empowers people across the globe to make a greater impact. In 2016, he sold or donated 99% of the things he used to own and embarked on a global quest to show first hand that how we run our companies, live our lives, and utilize our unique talents & strengths, determines our future as a species and the well-being of our planet. Through the talks he gives, people he coaches, and music & short films he creates that have an audience in 195 countries, Cameron discusses important topics including human potential, creative thinking, sustainability and relationship development.

We’ll explore:

  • What Cameron believes makes a good speaker.
  • Why you should be a living, breathing example of what you speak on.
  • How his travels have impacted his speaking.
  • How Cameron creates a multi-sensory experience for his audience with music, film, and other processes.
  • Rituals Cameron uses in preparing for a talk.
  • Why you must focus on your audience, not yourself.
  • How to redirect your anxiety into excitement.
  • The danger of over-promoting yourself from the stage.
  • Why Cameron shifted his focus from getting clients to building relationships.
  • Why your goals can actually be boundaries.

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You should be a living, breathing example of what you speak on. @askcameronbrown #speakingOn this episode, @askcameronbrown shares how he creates a multi-sensory experience for his #audience with music, film, and other elements.#Curiosity and #relationships are two of the most important elements not only in speaking, but in life. @askcameronbrown

 

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