The Art of Powerful Public Speaking Part 8 Episode 108

Pod-Ep108-Speaking-Part-8The Art of Powerful Public Speaking Part 8

Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking Podcast! In episode 108 Ken Davis and Matt Brady continue the The Art of Powerful Public Speaking Series by unpacking the steps of the SCORRE™ Process. Click to listen to Part 1, Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5Part 6, and Part 7.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • The “E” of SCORRE™ stands for Evaluation
  • Why you should evaluate your presentation during every part of the SCORRE™ process
  • Why you also must evaluate the audience to whom you’ll be speaking

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8 thoughts on “The Art of Powerful Public Speaking Part 8 Episode 108

  1. I just want to say “thank you” to your team. You guys are amazing, and an inspiration to me. I am a minister in Tallahassee Florida, I have been in full time ministry going on 3 years next January, and I am 26 years old. I feel so lucky to be able to learn from you guys so early on, and I can tell you that I have spent today listening to your series on Powerful Public speaking, and developing a series of four classes I will be teaching, and the SCORRE process is amazing. It has been so nice to have names, and clarity, to things that I have seen highlighted only in HINDSIGHT. What I mean is that, I am often listening and evaluating AFTER preparation to gain insight (which I will keep doing), but preparation can sometimes feel “unguided.” During listening to myself after I preach, I have felt like I have been whiping away at a painting to gain clarity. Looking for clarity in order to understand what would help me develop an effective preparation approach. I thank you for what you have shared about SCORRE, because it has helped me gain this clarity. Not to mention you guys are just hilarious.

    • Mitchell,

      Thanks so much for your comment! We’re so glad the SCORRE™ process has helped you as you develop your teaching series. We truly appreciate you taking the time to leave such an encouraging comment. Thanks for listening to the podcast!

    • Hi Philip!

      The show notes are here on the page where you left your comment. Let me know if you have any other questions – thanks!

    • Hi Jim!

      The show notes are here on the page where you left your comment. Let me know if you have any other questions – thanks!

  2. Hi all, I hope you’re well. I came across your podcast. I found this as a fantastic great source of information. As a public speaker in the making, the tools, the stories and mindset. This has opened my eyes to make speeches big and more powerful with objectives in mind.
    I would like to know if you have the S.C.O.R.R.E conference in Australia.

    P.S. It’s all about communication, if we had a lot more of it, life would be so much better.