Featuring Lee Camp – Episode 136

Show Notes


The Power of Public Speaking

Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking Podcast! In episode 136 Lee Camp, Professor at Lipscomb University and Executive Producer, Host and Writer of the Tokens Show, joins Ken Davis and Matt Brady to talk about the power and influence a speech can have on a community.  

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • That the power of speech is incredibly influential 
  • That there is a time and a place to be straightforward
  • The balance of using complex terminology and layman’s terms


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2 thoughts on “Featuring Lee Camp – Episode 136

  1. Thank you for making this type of communication available. I was hesitant to listen to a 45 minute podcast but determined that I needed fresh input. So glad I stuck it out. I will listen to more.
    I like that it is from a “Christian” perspective. Very important to me. I also appreciate that there is a raw sincerity about your dialog. I would rather hear genuine impromptu conversation than calculated information. It feels like real life experience explained as apposed to manipulation.
    I know how important the warm up period is to get a conversation going but that beginning period is also crucial in building your initial audience. Had I not made that initial determination to listen, I may have turned it off. Perhaps a little meat in the beginning as to what to expect would capture a larger complete follow through with your audience.