The Big Talk

Tricia Brouk draws on her experience as a writer, director, choreographer in theater, film and television to help bring your life-changing speech into focus.
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Now displaying: October, 2016
Oct 28, 2016

Nerves are going to happen. How to prepare, in advance if and when your body betrays you.

What you’ll come away with.
Four simple steps that can help you manage your body’s reaction to being nervous.

Oct 25, 2016

What we wear has an impact on our performance, no joke.

What you’ll come away with.
If you own a rainbow collection of bow ties, then by all means wear the one that instills confidence.

Oct 21, 2016

Why do we judge ourselves when there are so many people who already do that for us?

What you’ll come away with.
Use a simple mindful technique quiet your silent judge.

Oct 18, 2016

There are so many things we can do to prevent a productive day or interfere with the success of life changing talk. When that happens, we have to own it and make a change.

What you’ll come away with.
How to identify when you are getting in your own way.
And what you can do to stop.

Oct 14, 2016

Repetition will help your talk appear effortless, just like a dancer who flies through the air.

What you’ll come away with.
How to Memorize, physicalize and visualize.

Oct 11, 2016

Habits are old grooves. Grooves can become trenches. If you don’t create new grooves for your talk, you’ll keep sliding into the trenches.

What you’ll come away with.
How to identify old grooves.
And how creating new ones will help you speak with more authenticity.

Oct 7, 2016

We all have bad habits that we fall into as speaker and performers. Identifying what’s in your bag of tricks and how to stop reaching for it.

What you’ll come away with.
Why you reach into your bag of tricks.
What to do instead.

Oct 4, 2016

Faking it into making it is a scientific reality.

What you’ll come away with.
Your body can trick your brain into feeling more confident when you need to feel more confident.