“This Moved Me” Podcast: My Interview with Sally Koering Zimney

Sally Koering Zimney

Sally Koering Zimney

Sally Koering Zimney is a presentation coach, speaker, writer and host of the podcast, This Moved Me. She works with speakers and develops event programs. Sally also speaks to groups of people, helping them share their stories and move their audiences.

You can find out more about Sally, her background and her philosophy when it comes to public speaking on her website.

I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Sally about public speaking. You can listen to our talk below. You can also read some of Sally’s highlights here.

John Zimmer QuoteIn our free flowing discussion, we touch on a number of topics, including the following:

1. My journey from the law to professional speaking.

2. The value of narrative when it comes to persuasion.

3. Toastmasters and the benefits of having an audience where you can experiment with your public speaking.

4. Your key message and the importance of “Why?”

5. The five “Fs” from your life that audiences love.

To find out more about Sally and the services that she provides, please visit her website. You can also subscribe to her podcast on iTunes for free and connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.

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About John Zimmer

International speaker, presentation skills expert, lawyer, improv performer
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2 Responses to “This Moved Me” Podcast: My Interview with Sally Koering Zimney

  1. Tania A. says:

    Very interesting talk. In order to be a good speaker it is necessary to also be an engaging storyteller and to be able to constantly experiment with different audiences to reinvent yourself, all of which are also key attributes of a strong but evolving personal and professional brand. This article
    http://dbiweb.us/2aFS868 offers some very useful tips for rebranding yourself in the digital space.

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