Notes Part 2: An Outline Overview – Episode 087

Notes Part 2: An Outline Overview

Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking Podcast! In episode 087 Ken Davis and Matt Brady continue discussing the role notes should play in your speaking career.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • An overview of how your outline should look 
  • A breakdown of the components of your outline
  • The incredible importance of practicing on your feet out loud

Resources in this episode: 

What do you think?
In your life, what aspect of the art and business of public speaking do you find the most challenging? Ask a question, leave us a voicemail, post a comment or share your response on Facebook or Twitter.

You can leave a comment by clicking here.

Help Spread the Word!
If you enjoyed today’s episode we would love for you to rate the podcast in iTunes. This will help get the show in front of more people who are interested in our message. Click here to leave a review – thanks so much for your help!

Please note: We reserve the right to delete comments that are snarky, offensive, or off-topic. If in doubt, read Our Comments Policy.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

4 thoughts on “Notes Part 2: An Outline Overview – Episode 087

  1. Is an introduction of seven minutes, including the transition, for a one-hour presentation in line with this?
    I’ve been OYFOL twice. The time is good.
    The Need/Problem is 15minutes. The Satisfaction is 10minutes. The Visualization is 10minutes.
    The closing/Action is just under 4minutes.
    This leaves about 15minutes for question/answers.
    Any input appreciated. Thanks, Ken, Matt, Et. Al.

    • Darlene,

      That is a very reasonable layout for a presentation. There is a lot of flexibility as long as your hammer home your objective. I like the looks of how you have set this up.


    • Hi Tom,

      So sorry – I am pasting the reply I posted to your last question about the show notes:

      Hi Tom!

      The show notes are the notes on the page here that you posted on. We do have transcripts of each episode as well – if there is a particular episode you would like the transcript for just let me know and I’ll be happy to send it to you!

      Thanks for listening to the podcast!