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Best Michaelport podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Michaelport podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Speeches, job interviews, deal-closing pitches... do you know the best way to handle yourself in the spotlight? “Steal the Show” offers a fast track to the skillset that will enable you to engage your listeners, manage your nerves, and give your message maximum impact in every situation, every time. Your host Michael Port is a New York Times bestselling author of 6 books, including Book Yourself Solid and Steal the Show, a top-rated corporate speaker, and former professional actor, having gu ...
 
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Three weeks before the annual LIFT event, Danny Iny had to make a decision: cancel because of growing coronavirus concerns or keep moving forward. He did a little bit of both, which wound up being a million dollar choice. Read more at https://stealtheshow.com/podcast/140-how-danny-iny-pivoted-from-hosting-an-in-person-event-to-a-profitable-virtual-…
 
Welcome to our first recording since social distancing. And if there’s any message we’d want to hug, it’s the words of Mike Michalowicz. From micro- to macro-crises, we cover how to prep your business when the economy is not on your side. This episode is as fun as riding an electric bike indoors. Read more at https://stealtheshow.com/podcast/139-pr…
 
Did you know that 19th century thinkers hold the secrets for today’s successful entrepreneurs? We’re talking about the practices and philosophies that help entrepreneurs become self-reliant. John Jantsch is a marketing consultant, speaker, and author of Duct Tape Marketing, The Referral Engine, Duct Tape Selling, The Commitment Engine, and SEO for …
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about how to share emotional topics on stage so that you and the audience both feel safe. Nora McInerny is the best-selling author of the best-selling books, It’s Okay to Laugh (Crying is Cool Too) and No Happy Endings, as well as The Hot Young Widows Club. She hosts the award-winning podcast Terr…
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about using the tenets of journalism to produce good content for the stage. Melanie Deziel is the founder of StoryFuel, which teaches marketers, publishers, creators and companies of all sizes how to tell better brand stories. She’s a keynote speaker, author, award-winning branded content creator,…
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about using search engine optimization (SEO) to drive conference organizers and meeting planners to your speaker website. Stephan Spencer is an SEO expert and bestselling author of three books: The Art of SEO, Social eCommerce, and Google Power Search. He has optimized the websites of some of the …
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we dive into launching a successful speaking career at schools and universities and beyond. Grant Baldwin is the founder of The Speaker Lab, a training company that helps public speakers learn how to find and book speaking gigs. He has delivered nearly one thousand presentations to more than 500,000 people in 4…
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about what it takes to transform from a good speaker to a fascinating one who stands out from the crowd. At just 24, Sally Hogshead was the most-awarded advertising copywriter in the United States. Since then, she has been inducted into the National Speakers Association’s Speaker Hall of Fame and …
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about how to rely on your training on stage and off. Steve Drum is a retired Navy SEAL Master Chief, recently retiring from a 27-year career of, he says, “jumping out of planes and kicking in doors.” He helped develop a “Warrior Toughness” training program for the U.S. Navy, ultimately changing th…
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about “non-obvious” ways to provide more value to meeting planners and organizers, as well as audiences and fans. Rohit Bhargava is the founder and Chief Trend Curator for the Non-Obvious Company and the bestselling author of six books. His latest book, for the new decade, is Non-Obvious Megatrend…
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about reinventing yourself as a speaker, author, and thought leader. Dorie Clark is a self-reinvention and branding expert and the author of Entrepreneurial You, Reinventing You and the Washington Post bestseller and Forbes Top 10 Business Book of the Year, Stand Out. She delivers dozens of keynot…
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about the neuroscience of fandom and how speakers can use it to connect with audiences and build a following. David Meerman Scott is the author of The New Rules of Marketing and PR, with more than 400,000 copies sold in English and available in 29 languages. His newest book, Fanocracy, co-written …
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about using the tricks of the journalism trade for producing better storytelling online and on stage. Ann Handley is a digital marketing pioneer and the author of the Wall Street Journal bestselling book Everybody Writes and Content Rules. Named by IBM as one of the seven people shaping modern mar…
 
Want to learn how to unlock erotic intelligence in the bedroom and the boardroom? Listen in as I interview Esther Perel, who is an author and a couples therapist. She has been recognized as one of the world's most original and insightful thinkers about couples, sexuality, and the peculiar paradoxes found in modern marriage. Esther Perel wrote her f…
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about raising your speaking game using sports performance principles. Alan Stein, Jr. worked as a performance coach for some of the highest-performing athletes on the planet, including NBA superstar Kevin Durant. He shows us how the lessons he taught top athletes can bring out the best in any perf…
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about crafting a speaking career that suits your personality and life goals. Scott Stratten co-founded UnMarketing and co-hosts the UnPodcast with his wife and business partner, Alison Stratten. Together, they’ve published five bestselling business books and recently released, The Jackass Whispere…
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about the value that speakers bring to the stage...and beyond. Simon T. Bailey is an author and the leader of the SPARK Movement whose purpose is to ignite sustainable transformation in people, systems, and nations. A former Sales Director for the Disney Institute, he shares his secrets for giving…
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about building a community of raving fans. Giovanni Marsico is the founder of the Archangel Summit, an annual gathering of mission-driven entrepreneurs, leaders, and professionals who want to do well by doing good. He shares with us his vision for creating transformational experiences on stage and…
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re talking about adding humor to our speeches and our lives. Drew Tarvin, the world’s first Humor Engineer, with more than 5 million views of his TEDx talk, the “Skill of Humor,” shows us how to infuse the funny into our content and keep on improving despite the haters and the hecklers. Read more at https://…
 
With nearly 120 keynotes and workshops a year, Phil M. Jones is one of the busiest public speakers on the circuit. The author of an award-winning business trilogy that started with Exactly What to Say, Phil’s mastered the art of the speaking business by constantly striving to be better and aim higher. Plus, he finds sales fun. He believes that ever…
 
On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we’re uncovering why some speakers’ careers plateau and how to fix it or prevent it altogether. Tim Sanders—former Yahoo! Chief Solutions Officer, bestselling author, and top-rated leadership keynote speaker—shares his best practices for switching from one-off speaking gigs to cultivating a few accounts that hi…
 
On today’s episode, we talk about how to turn setbacks into wins with Alison Levine: an adventurer, mountaineer, New York Times bestselling author, and public speaker. Alison leveraged her experience climbing seven summits and skiing to both poles into a successful speaking career. Yet, other people have also climbed the world’s highest summits, an…
 
“Those who have the courage to do something distinctly, purposefully, and strategically different will reap the rewards.” - Jay Baer (click to tweet) On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we are discussing talk triggers: the things that brands and businesses do that get us telling stories about them to our friends. However, to create one inside our…
 
“Our job, as performers, is often to break the rules. That’s what an artist does.” - Michael Port (click to tweet) On today’s episode of Steal the Show, we explore a listener’s question: how do we make the technical appear in technicolor? Well, he doesn’t exactly ask that. But how does a performer compel on a subject matter where the subject matter…
 
“You have to make it easy for other people to communicate the transformation. Not for you to communicate it for other people.” - Giovanni Marsico (click to tweet) Thanks to social media, we have the opportunity to engage with audiences before, during, and after events. When we do this, the in-person experience becomes something entirely different f…
 
“In this business, you are not doing anything alone.” - Amy Port (click to tweet) On today’s episode of Steal The Show, we are joined by Amy Port for Part 2 of our conversation. Amy is the Co-Founder & President of Heroic Public Speaking, and today she unpacks the mechanics behind the keynote we delivered at the National Speakers Association Influe…
 
“If you’re having to decide whether you should do A or B with your time—you should just wake up earlier.” - Amy Port (click to tweet) We’ve all been to the convention, where we spend our days sitting in lectures back-to-back, listening to speakers read from their slides. It’s undeniably forgettable, yet we find most abiding by this template when th…
 
“If you look at the past decade, I’d be challenged to see another industry as disrupted by technology as speaking.” - Mitch Joel (click to tweet) Today, most brands and businesses are also trying to be a media company. Selling a product or service is no longer enough. Whether it’s an engaging social media presence or valuable email marketing campai…
 
“The gift is supposed to represent the value you place on the relationship.” - John Ruhlin (click to tweet) Why is gift giving such a challenge? We know the people around us; we know their likes, their interests … but when we want to celebrate them, all great gift ideas go out the window. Amazon becomes our search engine. Wine and chocolates are a …
 
“All that matters is that you are delivering quality content that’s truly transformational and authentic to you.” - AJ Harper (click to tweet) A book is obviously different than a speech. But that’s not to say we can’t use the stage to test the ideas for our written work. When we lean too heavily towards one medium, we corner ourselves to the const…
 
“The more systematic you are about it—the faster you can increase fees, get more gigs, and turn this into a real business.” - Andrew Davis (click to tweet) Between knowing what to charge and handling client relations, a workload can quickly become overwhelming before the actual work even starts. For the novice speaker, negotiating with event organi…
 
“Demonstrate the consequences of not adopting the big idea.” - Michael Port (click to tweet) This week, we answer a listener’s question: Hi Michael, Hope you're well. Just been listening to your Steal the Show podcast and really enjoying it. Started from the beginning again for my kids to listen to it too. They do weekly speeches in school - 2 minu…
 
“It’s very difficult to find what your voice is capable of until you push the emotional buttons.” - Matthew Kimberley (click to tweet) Product, service, or anything in between, our lives run on the ability to create, market, and sell whatever it is that others deem as valuable. … And that last step is crucial. If we aren’t able to sell, we get caug…
 
“If you are really serious about performance, you have to get counsel and direction from people who are qualified to give it you.” - Neen James (click to tweet) We all have production companies in our pockets. Today, the smartphone has empowered people to instantly publish content to an audience with a few taps. For public speakers, this creates a …
 
“I believe the #1 thing we should be doing as speakers is trying to give speeches as often as we can because every single speech is a treasure trove of feedback and information.” - Joey Coleman (click to tweet) Speakers need to have strong beliefs, lightly held. Yes, there’s contrast in that statement, but contrast is the beauty of performance. The…
 
“You can’t shortcut feet on the stage. You can’t wish or pay your way to being a better speaker. Speak, speak, speak—that’s the way to get good at speaking.” - Tami Evans (click to tweet) Public speaking isn’t for everyone. But before we cross it off our list, we have to make sure we’ve given it a fair shot. That’s because the best public speakers—…
 
“True professionals rehearse so much that it looks like they didn’t rehearse at all.” - Jordan Harbinger (click to tweet) Starting over requires channeling frustration into focus. Instead of thinking of “the past” as a object to cast aside, remembering the struggle can enhance performance—to create something bigger and better. On today’s episode of…
 
If you'd like to know if you need to write a book to achieve success as a Professional Speaker, or if you would like to find out what it takes to write a winning book, listen in to today's show- you will really gain as Michael shares his experience! Heroic Public Speaking http://heroicpublicspeaking.com Send in your questions: questions@michaelport…
 
Today’s guest, Preet Banerjee is here to talk about money. We’re going to get to the bottom of some common issues that we all have with our relationship to money. Heroic Public Speaking http://heroicpublicspeaking.com Send in your questions: questions@michaelport.com Give us a review and help others find this show better! http://stealtheshow.com/po…
 
If you would like to find out how to successfully negotiate your way towards achieving the outcomes you would prefer in life, listen in to today's show! Michael's guest is Chris Voss, who spent time as the leading International Kidnapping Negotiator for the FBI. Chris Voss is the Real Deal! Heroic Public Speaking http://heroicpublicspeaking.com Sen…
 
Neen James reveals how you can perform with excellence and get people to understand and say “yes” to your intellectual property. Heroic Public Speaking http://heroicpublicspeaking.com Send in your questions: questions@michaelport.com Give us a review and help others find this show better! http://stealtheshow.com/podcast/reviews…
 
Have you ever participated in an online learning course? Better yet, have you ever thought about creating your own course? It’s a daunting task, without a doubt, and that’s exactly why Danny Iny is here. He’s a master at creating online courses - serious online learning with coaching and guaranteed results. Danny is here today to share what it take…
 
Have you ever felt like most of the financial advice you read requires an advanced degree to understand? Today’s guest spends his days teaching “the rest of us” about money - the mindset we need, the financial tools and vehicles we need to reach our goals, and what it will take for us to have the freedom to live life on our terms! Heroic Public Spe…
 
Are you living a good life, or just simply living? The characteristics of a good life are completely subjective, and that’s kind of the point. Today, Jonathan Fields is on the show to share how to find out what sparks you and what it will take to for you to live a really good life! Heroic Public Speaking http://heroicpublicspeaking.com Send in your…
 
Are you thinking about creating online learning for your audience? Then this episode is for you! Greg Smith of thinkific.com gives us the basics of how to create your first course. Heroic Public Speaking http://heroicpublicspeaking.com Send in your questions: questions@michaelport.com Give us a review and help others find this show better! http://s…
 
Want to make 2017 your best year ever? Listen in as Michael Hyatt discusses key ways to achieve ALL your goals within a year. Heroic Public Speaking http://heroicpublicspeaking.com Send in your questions questions@michaelport.com Give us a review and help others find this show better! http://stealtheshow.com/podcast/reviews…
 
Learn the art of persuasive speaking while connecting with your audience, with the author of Mindfluence, Roger Dooley. Heroic Public Speaking http://heroicpublicspeaking.com Send in your questions questions@michaelport.com Give us a review and help others find this show better! http://stealtheshow.com/podcast/reviews…
 
Want to increase your website's visibility, and take your business to the next level? Listen in as the author of Duct Tape Marketing, John Jantsch explains how. Heroic Public Speaking http://heroicpublicspeaking.com Send in your questions questions@michaelport.com Give us a review and help others find this show better! http://stealtheshow.com/podca…
 
Learn how to help your customers make the right decision and seal the deal, when price really matters the most, with Ian Altman. Ian Altman is a multi-bestselling author, strategic advisor, and international keynote speaker. As a successful services and technology CEO for two decades, Ian draws on years of success and research on how customers make…
 
Are you incorporating this "technique" when you try to memorize your presentation? It's good for your mind and body! Original question from Christian: "...why you think when I work on memorization, walking on a treadmill, it seems to lead to better flow and ability to improvise the speech compared to when I stand or sit. I glance at the script much…
 
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