Podcast Storytelling Masterclass
What you'll learn
- Effectively Use Stories to Engage Your Audience
- How to Make a Podcast
- Be a Good Speaker
In Podcast Storytelling Masterclass, we will cover some of the nuances that make your podcast stronger. The elements for storytelling are specific and dive deep into the actual delivery of the podcast and how to meaningfully connect that material to the audience.
Stories are how we connect to others. Storytelling has always been popular but is truly one of the most authentic ways to connect with, keep and grow the audience. People relate to experiences, good, bad and indifferent. Facts are not how to engage people, stories are. But, there are some important elements to know about telling stories in order to maximize their potential in your podcast. In this section, we’ll cover how to really make an impact with your stories.
In addition, this course covers the element of storytelling and how to why it’s important to create stories that resonate with the audience as well as key techniques to help the guest, if an interview podcast, tell stories that the audience relates to.
Every listener hears the story differently. Each listener has their own experiential and emotional responses with the imagery you present, and so, each listener imagines and responds to your story in their own unique way.
In this course, you will learn:
- Why stories are important
- How to use stories in podcasting
- How to pick the stories
- How to use stories instead of questions in a podcast interview
- How to help an interviewee use stories as response instead of simple answers
- And much more!
Stories are an important tool to connect with the audience. In order for stories to be the most effective, it becomes key to select the right story for the audience and include the parts that the listener will resonate with and connect to the most. Stories are also an incredible tool for interviews and getting the best answers and stories out of a guest on the podcast show.
Tracy and Scott are excited to bring you this course. It will improve your Podcasts and help you connect deeper with your audience as your show grows more popular.
Who this course is for:
- Podcasters who want more subscribers
- Public Speakers
- Authors and Coaches
- Udemy Instructors
Scott Paton has been podcasting since the spring of 2005. He has executive produced and/or co-hosted over 45 podcasts. An internationally renowned speaker, Scott has presented to audiences from London, England to Sydney, Australia, from Vancouver, BC to New York, NY, from LA to Rwanda. Thousands of entrepreneurs and NGO's have changed their public engagement strategies based on Scott's sharing. We hope you will, too!
Scott has over 640,500 students from 199 countries taking at least one of his 100+ courses.
Scott joined Udemy in 2013. In late 2014, one of his clients inspired him to make a video course on Podcasting. He revisited Udemy and got very excited at the potential. After his course went live, Scott told his clients and many decided to make courses but needed help, so he has become a co-instructor with them, while continuing to support and build his own courses. His co-topics all include areas of life-long learning by Scott, including Futures Trading, Alternative Health, EFT, and Relationships.
Tracy Goodwin is known around the globe as the Red Sweater Lady for her extensive collection of communication and voice training videos. With over 20 plus years experience in voice, on camera and communication training, she is a master of her game. Tracy holds a BFA in Directing, an MA in Child Drama and an MA in Corporate Communications. Tracy has trained clients all over the world from professional actors to news personalities to C-Suite Executives. Tracy can teach you how to Captivate the Room by creating and delivering engaging content in a captivating and persuasive way. Tracy's methods are guaranteed to work and have been perfected over the years through education, training and consulting.
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