The Big Talk Podcast

with Tricia Brouk

Season 1

In this season, I talk about the process of the art of public speaking.

Candid conversations about using your voice in a big way.

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20 Don’t Jump The Shark

19 Ram Dass Is A Smart Guy

18 How To Drop In (And I Don’t Mean To Dinner Unannounced)

17 Don’t Apologize, Ever

16 What Happens When You Think You Might Throw Up (Or Worse)?

15 Don’t Wear A Fez Or Bowtie (Unless You Actually Wear A Fez Or Bowtie In Your Life)

14 There’s Plenty Of People Who Will Judge You, So Stop Judging Yourself

13 How To Get Out Of (And Stay Out Of) Your Own Way

12 Dancers Do A Million Pliés (And So Should You)

11 Old Groove Versus New Groove (And I’m Not Talking About New Wave Versus Grunge)

10 Your Bag Of Tricks And How To Stop Reaching Into It

09 Fake It Till You Make It

08 Why People Will Listen To Your Talk (And Not Just Hear The Sounds Of Charlie Brown’s Teacher)

07 Think Of Yourself As An Athlete

06 Just Show Up

05 Choreography Is Not Just Dance Steps, And It Has A Place In Your Talk

04 What’s A Dramaturg And Why Do I Need One? (I’m Not Shakespeare)

03 POV (Point Of View)

02 Write A Talk That Sounds Like A Talk (Not Like A Speech)

01 You’ve Been Asked To Say Something Important (Now What?)

00 The Big Talk With Tricia Brouk

Welcome to The Big Talk with Tricia Brouk, an award winning director and producer.

The Big Talk pulls back the curtain of the art of public speaking, TED Talks, and how to get paid to speak. She’s interviewed the world’s top speakers including, Stedman Graham, Hap Klopp, Lolly Daskal and John Lee Dumas.

Featured Episodes

Stedman Graham

Author, Speaker and Oprah’s longtime biggest champion

John Lee Dumas

Founder of award winning podcast EOFire, speaker and entrepreneur

Lolly Daskal

TEDxLincolnSquare speaker, author and sought after leadership coach

Hap Klopp

Founder of The North Face, speaker and disrupter

JJ Ramberg

Former host of MSNBC’s Your Business


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