Podcast Guest Registration

Welcome to This Moved Me! First of all – THANK YOU so much for your willingness to jump in and join me on this adventure! I am thrilled to have you as a guest on This Moved Me – and I cannot wait to dig into our conversation about the art of public speaking and how we can create more talks that move the world.

If you’re on this page it’s because we have time on the books. Awesome! Once you have a recording date scheduled, please do these five simple things:

1 – Fill out this form which will give us important information about who you are, your particular expertise (beyond what we might know already) – and your social media profile so that we can share you and your podcast with our network once it’s ready to be put out into the world.  It shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes.  Thank you!

2 – Send us a headshot for us to use in promoting the podcast to sally-at-thismovedme.com.

3 – Look over the conversation FLOW so you feel prepared. I use this as a general “guide” in the conversation, but I love it when we veer off course and discover new conversations that are spontaneous!

4 – Be ready with a “This Moved Me Moment” – something that has moved you recently… perhaps a song, a talk you saw, a news story, a movie, a conversation… and we’ll talk about it for a just a moment and look at HOW and WHY it moved you.  Fun to find new creative pieces – but also another opportunity to look at the art of moving our audiences.

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5 – Please read the promotion expectations and agreement at the bottom of this page. We both want people to hear this interview – and the best and most effective way to do that is for both of us to share it widely and frequently! This agreement will help explain what we do, and what we expect you to do, as well. Thank you!

Some questions that will help you prepare for our conversation if you’d like:

  • Your story as a speaker – what is your background?, how did you come to speaking?  Was it something you always felt came to you naturally, or have you had to work at it?
  • Biggest challenge you face as a speaker – and (how) do you work on that?
  • Greatest strength as a speaker – how do you think this strength was developed?
  •  I believe a good talk can change the world… so what is your purpose as a speaker?  What are you trying to do with it?  (And if you’re not doing that now, what do you want to do as a speaker [to change the world]?)
  • Best talk you’ve ever heard, and why:  [Or, a favorite talk – and why]:
  • A lesson you’ve learned the hard way about speaking: a mistake, humbling, embarrassing, or entertaining moment!
  • Favorite story from a moment as a speaker: (maybe one of those moments that affirmed your purpose?)

General This Moved Me Podcast flow… (We may not get to all of this – and if the conversation flows to other things, that’s totally fine by me! Remember to think in STORY.)

  • Chit-Chat/Sound Check – I press record and jump right in, and edit in an intro later. I prefer a more casual, conversational entrance in, rather than a stinted hand off. Cool?
  • Your story as a speaker – How did you get to this point that we’re talking now?
  • We’ll dig into 2 or 3 ideas that sit in the intersection between your expertise and the This Moved Me audience…
  • The “Coaches Corner” – What is something you’re working on, trying to get better at in terms of the art of public speaking? [This might get cut, depending on the time.]
  • FINALLY: a  THIS MOVED ME Moment (will always end with this)
  • Outro: THANKS!  

Also, here are some simple hints for making the recording sound as professional as possible, whether on the phone or via computer.  (You probably know all of these, but just in case…)  

1 – Turn off all beepy/noisy things on your devices!  Sometimes I forget that my email is on and “ba-ding!” – everyone suddenly knows I got an email!  🙂  I close out ALL of my programs, except for Skype…

2 – No typing on the computer while we talk. This seems obvious, but it’s surprisingly loud in the recording.

3 – Feel free to take notes or mess with your hair anything visual. As of now, I don’t do a visual recording, even on Skype – it’s just an audio one  – so no worries about wearing your pj’s or putting on that calming facial masque I know you’ve been wanting to use… oh wait, that note’s for me…hahaha…

4 -Most importantly – Just be yourself and have fun!  

 

Promotion Agreement for This Moved Me: I am so grateful for your time, and your willingness to share your voice, your stories and your expertise!

As This Moved Me grows, this platform gives you access to speakers and creative who are doing their best to create talks and experiences that move the world, and who need your expertise and insight. Our goal is to share this show as widely as possible – so that as many people as possible hear you!

To do that, we need your help:

By agreeing to join me on This Moved Me, you agree to:

  • Write a ratings and review on iTunesCLICK HERE to do this!
  • Promote the show for one month through Twitter (@ThisMovedMe), Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/thismovedme), and LinkedIn, if applicable -along with any other forums, groups or connections that you think will benefit from the show.
  • Post about the show, with a link back to your episode’s page

Before your show launches, I will send out an email with Facebook and Twitter messages that you are free to use, images, and the episode link on our TMM website. I will also follow up 2-weeks after to remind you of how important this is!

I’m grateful for you, and can’t wait to see what impact we have together!

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Sally (sally-at-thismovedme.com).  Always happy to hear from you.

Let’s move the world with some good talks!

Sally

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By participating in the This Moved Me podcast interview, you agree to allow Sandy&Ally Productions/This Moved Me to record, distribute, and disseminate the podcast in any manner. You also agree to allow This Moved Me/Sandy&Ally Productions to retain rights to the produced media for potential future use in speeches, books, and in all other public distribution. To help promote the podcast, we’ll also add your email address to our weekly newsletter list. We’ve found that people want to see what we’re saying about them! Please feel free to unsubscribe if it’s not something you want to continue with. We will only be slightly hurt because we totally get it. Email overload is real. If you have any concerns about this or anything, please do not hesitate to contact us!  Thank you!

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This Moved Me is a podcast and blog about the art of public speaking. As a speaker and presentation coach, there's nothing I love more than to dig into how we can move an audience. Because I believe that a good talk can move the world. If you do too - you're in the right place! If you want to create a talk that will move the world - welcome! And if you want to join in the conversation on how we can do this more and better - I'm so glad you're here. Learn more →

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    looking forward to chatting with you this week!

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    My phone number is 561 445 4994
    and my twitter is @kudrowitz
    may also want to include college of design handle: @uofmdesign

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      Thanks, Barry! Looking forward to it!

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