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Every Speaker Has A Story

By Steven S. Vrooman

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A professional keynote speaker and professor interviews public speakers at all levels about their successes, failures, and everything in between. Each episode is a set of stories collected around a theme. Episodes drop on an organic schedule. I make a contact and have a good conversation and I start building. But I will not drop episodes to meet some arbitrary standard of timeliness. I have a day job! I don't want to churn weekly content in order to get sticky eyeballs. My guarantee to you is that each episode is worth your time.

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Real relatable speaker stories

This podcast is a breath of fresh air. As a veteran educator and public speaker, I listened to Steve Vrooman's Every Speaker Has A Story with great interest. Steve has a wonderful resonant made for radio voice and an engaging humorous personality.
First, I was pleasantly surprised that the 1st podcast episode dealt with technical difficulties. The four guests shared how slides didn't work, internet didn't work, and my favorite story was when Laura spoke at a small group setting, and she didn't have speakers, so they couldn't hear the video. I think sometimes as speakers, we think everything has to be perfect, and the reality is it isn't. Steve Vrooman said that everything doesn't have to be right for you to have an affect. In the 2nd podcast, entitled Disasters, Steve has four speakers share about disastrous speaking moments. Dan Boyle shares how his audience had blank stares and there was no connectivity at all. He said he struck out, but one should reevaluate and try a different audience. Steve says, "In the end, we get better when we fail".

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