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The art of public speaking with authentic and meaningful storytelling can change and even save a life. Learn how to get up on a big stage and share your important message through the lens of award winning director, Tricia Brouk.

She shares her personal experience of being on big stages all over the world and interviews people who talk for a living and gets them to reveal their secrets on how to become a successful public speaker and have lasting legacy.

Tricia has put thousands of speakers onto countless big stages. Guests of The Big Talk have included Stedman Graham, John Lee Dumas, Hap Klopp, Darieth Chisolm and Farnoosh Torabi among others.

Sep 29, 2020

Storytelling and community are powerful forces of change for audiences and the speaker. Stories invite people to know you as a speaker and form a loose-knit community around your story, you, and your topic.  

Speakers can also be transformed when creating story and participating in community. 

Our guest is Shauna...

Sep 22, 2020

Whether you are speaking on stage or simply living your everyday life, you will face limiting beliefs. Today’s guest shares his experience of facing fear while preparing for Speakers Who Dare, and also how his family is moving forward with courage during this challenging time.

Sep 15, 2020

In today’s challenging environment, it’s more important than ever to find your community. Today’s guest shares how the Speakers Who Dare community helped her take bigger risks, and why we must dig deeper and find new ways to connect. 

Sep 8, 2020

The year 2020 will go down in history as a time of massive change. Years from now, will you look back on it as a time that you pivoted and adapted … or a time when you said no to the incredible opportunities? Today’s guest shares her story of saying YES to the opportunities she’s been given to grow as an artist...

Sep 1, 2020

What does it mean to be “normal”? This may seem like a simple question, but today’s guest helps us see that there’s more to the question than meets the eye. In fact, she reveals that there is no such thing as “normal” … and that’s a good thing.