Watch, Learn, and Laugh
Steve’s serious about the value of focus, preparation, and practice.
But serious, in his opinion, doesn’t have to mean dry.
Molière said “The duty of comedy is to correct [folks] by amusing them.” Steve thinks both you and the playwright would appreciate the following clip from Bob Newhart:
So, how do you avoid a debacle like this? Ask yourself two questions upfront before your media interview or speaking engagement. These two questions will help you avoid stumbling like Jackie Gleason in The Honeymooners.
Once you’ve answered the Two Whys, you’re ready for Steve’s next step: Focus.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail provides a perfect backdrop for Steve’s next lesson: Preparation.
Practice is the final step to becoming a more effective, concise, and confident speaker. Can Will Ferrell in Anchorman help?
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