How to truly MOVE your audience | Lisa Nichols

How to truly MOVE your audience | Lisa Nichols

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Want to learn the art of storytelling? Uncover the 4 secrets to being a powerful communicator with Lisa Nichos in her FREE masterclass 👉https://go.mindvalley.com/KjH7qJYa

Lisa Nichols is a world-renowned public speaker and an expert on becoming a master of public speaking.

In this motivational speech, Lisa Nichols shares her own public speaking tips on how to gain self-confidence you’ve always wanted to capture an audience through storytelling.

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In this video, Lisa Nichols gives a motivational speech for success in life at A-Fest.

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
02:30 The context of speaking
02:53 How to tell stories
07:57 Never stop moving no matter how many times you get hurt
16:29 3 things to do while telling a story
19:16 Key questions most potential speakers ask
30:40 Answering questions from audience
33:38 Story of Lisa’s swimming
48:16 Story of Lisa’s stuck in a traffic jam

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Not only is Lisa Nichols a motivational speaker, but she champions personal development by helping people become powerful communicators to achieve their goals.

In this TED Talk on storytelling with Lisa Nichols, she gives valuable advice on how to turn your life around and focus on self improvement.

If you’re looking for real-life examples on personal development, Lisa Nichols explains how to build self-confidence and conquer your fear of public speaking.

Learn public speaking tips and more with Lisa Nichos in her FREE masterclass
👉 https://go.mindvalley.com/KjH7qJYa

ABOUT LISA NICHOLS:

Lisa Nichols is the CEO of Motivating the Masses, one of the top training and development companies in the world. She is a best-selling author and TV personality who has appeared on CNN and The Steve Harvey Show.

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44 Comments

  1. I found the whole talk to be nebulous, indefinite, as a speaker. Audience looked lost. So was I. It swung from one concept to another, without giving definite points on speaking well. It was a rambling tumbling hour. Sorry, this was NOT that inspirational for me!

  2. OMG this was mind blowing. i just learnt about the different types of speakers. This message has moved me and one thing i will always sing to myself is "Quitters never Win, Winners never Quit".
    Thank You Lisa

  3. Every teacher should watch this and share it with their students. Fundamental in storytelling: Show me, don’t tell me. Teach, Lisa, teach!! 👏🏼👍🏻

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  5. First time I am watching this clip, I am good at holding conversation, writing fluently, but when I have to conduct myself to a large audience it can because very difficult at most times, okay depending on the audience. Today has I have watch you conduct yourself to your audience as been very inspiring, I can learn a lot from you I will also look at other speakers in order to capture their flow of speak. Thank you very much young lady I very much appreciate your time and effort to ensure we understand your method of communication to not only small audience but also to a bigger one. Please continue to show us your beautiful talent.

  6. Lisa, next time you come to South Africa…. I'd like to attend one of your talks….. you just made my Friday evening with this, even though I'm home alone….. thank you and God bless you more💐🌹🌹

  7. The story of her son and the toy. And how you arrived on this earth equipped with everything you need to survive the hard times. It brought me to tears. And it was an excellent example of how a simple story from your life can be used as a metaphor to illustrate a larger message!

  8. I Loved the Defining of the Different Types of Speakers- I most certainly Believe I am a Transformational Speaker and an Inspirational Speaker. I am joining a Toastmasters to enhance my speaking abilities. I speak more in front of a camera (YouTube) at the moment. I am working on branching out to Speaking Engagements. This video was extremely helpful and Inspiring. Thank you! God Bless- Vicki Lemons

  9. 👍Thank you! Tonight, while watching your video, I enjoyed the exuberance and enthusiasm with which you spoke. As I saw you and heard your message, I found an inextricable commingling of the two. (you are the message)😊Hats off and a full-tilt high-five to you!