Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast, Episode 67: Meg Waters

Meg Waters Episode 67

This episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast features Carma’s interview with Meg Waters, a public speaking coach to executives and politicians, as well as a speechwriter.

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Podcast Highlights

Length: 17 minutes, 12 seconds

Meg Waters says the most important part of giving a presentation is the audience: Understanding them and respecting their time and intelligence. In this episode, she shares some tips on how to that, as well as talks about the importance of The Power of Silence.

Meg Waters’ Big Tip: “If you are one to write out your speech before hand, write those pauses into the speech when you’re putting it together.”

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About the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast Series

Public Speaking Super Powers Mock Book CoverCarma Spence, the author of Public Speaking Super Powers, interviewed 80+ speakers as research for the book. This podcast shares those interviews so you can hear what the Featured Speakers said in their own words. This series will run twice a week, on Mondays and Wednesdays, until all interviews are posted.

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About the author

Carma Spence, is author of Public Speaking Super Powers. She is fiercely committed to guiding women to Owning their Superpowers and turning their knowledge and interests into a profitable business. She is masterful at helping her clients see what is possible for them and supporting them on the journey from where they are to where they want to be, releasing the Mind Goblins of self-doubt, self-sabotage and second-guessing that keep them stuck.

With 20+ years experience in marketing communications and public relations, natural intuitive skills and certification in using some of the most effective transformational coaching tools available, Carma’s mission and commitment is to unleash the inner power every woman entrepreneur possesses so they can boldly go out into the world, transforming the fabric of people’s lives in meaningful and positive ways.

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