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2019 Complete Public Speaking Masterclass For Every Occasion

TJ Walker's Incredibly Thorough and Comprehensive Public Speaking Course for Every Situation, Audience and Skill Level

2019 Complete Public Speaking Masterclass For Every Occasion

TJ Walker's Incredibly Thorough and Comprehensive Public Speaking Course for Every Situation, Audience and Skill Level
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Homework 1. Who are your favorite TED Speakers? 2. Why do you want to speak at TED? 3. Why does the world need to hear your message?
Homework Write down three stories that illustrate several of your key points. Be specific: relive actual conversations you've had with real people about real problems in real places with actual dialogue. Share how you felt.
Homework Create three separate visuals for three key points in your presentations. Don't use text. Instead use a photo, image or simple chart.
Homework Practice your speech by speaking out loud. Make sure your presentation is less than 18 minutes.
Homework Practice your presentation on video. Watch the video and critique yourself. Be sure to note what you like as well as what you don't like, on every aspect of style and substance.
Homework Now comes the hard part. You must practice your speech on video (repeatedly). Watch it. Critique it. And then do it over and over until you love your speech. This is the most important part of this course. If you aren't willing to practice AND watch yourself repeately and make small improvements each time, then this course will not be of any help to you.
Homework Watch any 10 speakers at Critique what you like and don't liek about each speaker
List the three most important ideas or messages you are trying to convey in your presentation (10 words or less for each one).
Think of a real story involving a real conversation with a real colleague, client or customer. Write down a few words to remind you of this story. The story must illustrate the most important point of your presentation.
Create an outline of your speech on a single sheet of paper. Use extremely large font. Have three messages with no more than 10 words each. Have one additional sentence to remind you of the story you are going to tell.
Your Job interview is about one thing: getting a job offer. Homework: Write three reasons why you would be a great asset to the organizaton interviewing youy. 1. 2. 3.
Homework Plan what you will wear for your upcoming interview. 1. Shoes? 2. Dress or Suit? 3. Tie/Jewelry? 4. Casual attire?
Homework What three common hobbies or interests do you have that others might display in their own office? 1. 2. 3.
Homework Write down a story about yourself involving real people, real problems/challenges, real conversations in real places that demonstrate some experience you have that would be relevant to an employer.
Homework Write a 1 page strategy memo for the organization. Write a paragraph summarizing what you think the primary strengths and assets are of the organization. __________________________________________________________________________________________ Additionally, write 10 Bullet Points with suggestions on how the organization can improve/add product/service lines. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Homework 1. Have a friend, colleague or family member conduct a job interview with you. 2. Have that person record your interview answers on video (on cell phone, tablet or webcam). 3. Watch the video of your interview and determine what you like and don't like about your style and substance. 4. Conduct another interview on video. 5. Review the video again. 6. Continue this process until you are happy with how you look and sound for an entire interview. Note: this is the most important homework assignment in the entire course. DO NOT SKIP this assignment.

Facts about this course Public Speaking Course

*More lectures than any other Public speaking course

*More comprehensive content than any other public speaking course (nearly twice as long-29.5 hours!)

Message from the instructor: 

"I put every ounce of experience and insight I've learned from 30 years of conducting public speaking training courses all over the world into this course. Rather than give you slick ad copy on this description page, I thought I'd turn things over to the TabletWise Students who have taken this course. Please see what they have to say about why this is the best selling and most highly rated the public speaking course and then decide if this is the right course for you.TJ Walker

Please Note: This is a public speaking class where the instructor teaches public speaking by, well, speaking. If you are looking for a course with lots of graphics, music, special effects, slides, and razz ma taz, don't take this course.

Who this course is for:
  • People who want to improve their speaking skills, no matter their current speaking abilities
  • Beginning speakers who want to become competent at speaking
  • Intermediate speakers who want to become Advanced speakers
  • Advanced speakers who want to become world-class speakers
  • Anyone who wants access to the world's largest and most comprehensive online course on public speaking


  • A willingness to speak out loud and not simply read or watch videos about speaking
  • A willingness to try things outside of your comfort zone in order to learn new speaking skills