Finances, Feedback, Audience, Connecting, Information
170 Feedback Helps You Connect with Your Audience – Farnoosh Torabi
Speaking is not a one-way street where information flows from you to the audience. Today’s guest shows you how asking for feedback from your audience—whether it’s a podcast, live, or other type of audience—helps you connect and serve them better.
Farnoosh Torabi is one of America’s leading personal finance authorities—hooked on helping Americans live their richest, happiest lives. From her early days reporting for Money Magazine, to hosting a primetime series on CNBC and writing monthly for O: The Oprah Magazine and Mint.com, she’s become a favorite go-to money expert and friend.
Millions of Americans tune into Farnoosh’s award winning podcast, So Money, which made its debut in January 2015. On the show she interviews leading experts, authors and influencers—from Tony Robbins to Robert Kiyosaki, Margaret Cho, and Tim Gunn—about their financial perspectives, money failures, and habits. She also answers listeners’ personal financial questions each week.
- All about Farnoosh’s audience So Money podcast audience.
- Why it’s important to know who your audience is.
- What Farnoosh wants from her audience.
- Why you should never give your audience handouts to look at while you’re speaking.
- A time when Farnoosh did not connect with an audience, and why asking for audience feedback would have helped her be more effective.
- Action steps to take when you are not connecting with your audience.
- Farnoosh’s three action words in speaking: inform, advocate, dare.