How To Become A Master In The Art of Public Speaking (Part 2 of 2) | Eric Edmeades

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  1. What is ONE thing you learn that will make you a better storyteller? Are you brave enough to share it in the comments below…
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  2. Wowwwwww… U are frickin amazing …thank u for sharing and I pray for all the success and happiness to you and yours.

  3. Great chat but this is no about how to become a better public speaker this is a misleadingly titled video.

  4. Hi Eric, and friends, I love your lessons and recorded this video to get feedback. https://youtu.be/u_lNdxK65E4 I think you're going to love it!
    (-: [email protected] What you've taught me will help to inspire a sustainable society for our grandkids and beyond.

  5. GLAD I SAW IT , SINCE NOW I WONT CONSIDER ( MIDFOOLEY" ( THEY WAS ADVERTISING HEAVILY IN NYC RECENTLY)

  6. EACH MOMENT MORE TIME LOST, NO INFO, MAN WHO IS A BIG EGO, AND VERY VERY UNPLEASANT TO LOOK ON HIS "POCKETS",

  7. I have loved this.. Thank you so much.. I am looking forward to become an incredible speaker..I need money

  8. I’d be a better story teller if I tap into the stories of my life And learn to say it in pictures

  9. Enjoyed your presentation Eric. Thank you. One question. You've might have talked about this prior….. Wouldn't being very knowledgeable on the subject you're going to speak about be maybe the most important tip? Other than that, I'm glad i watched this. tks again.

  10. Living in Fort McMurray the past 11 years, I get the part about how cold your time must have been in Edmonton. Brrr.
    I had a few good chuckles mixed in with the many many insights during this talk. I didn't want it to end.
    The envelopes…I would have been one of the couple should have looked forward to such a test. I've done similar things to myself in order to improve…call me selfish lol. I "volunteered" for the empty safety rep position on our shift at work, partly for, you know safety and stuff, but also partly for my own benefit to have to give a monthly talk in a conference room of about 25 of my peers. The difference in the two years ended that was the comfortableness.
    Looking forward, Eric, to diving into some more of your talks.

  11. Starting at "K" reminds me of Church. Then they go to "A" and everyone comes up a few notches. Then the preacher start jumping around and getting loud and the music starts going and it is now a "V" party!

  12. I usually will watch a talk not based on views but on content & subject matter. Other than that I agree with your strategy & approach. Hands on for the heads up!

  13. 41:22 Being able to communicate is your right!! thank you Eric, you are my inspiration … i'll be there in the stage soon!!!! thats why i created my channel to practice english 🙂

  14. I teach yoga and recently been story telling in my classes. The students love it. I'm going to add some humor in the mix when I start my classes. Thank you for this video. I'm definitely going to make sure I don't appear nervous when I speak.

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