How do you work out what you want to say and what you think people are expecting?
If you want to speak up, how do you know where to start?
In this new batch of episodes coming up over the next few weeks we’re going to dig into our archive of over 150 interviews. In these weekly masterclasses, each episode will tackle the things that really matter: confidence, overcoming nerves, imposter syndrome.
This week, Viv looks into what makes a great speech – or knowing what to say.
Hillary Clinton advises being self-deprecating and hopes that women can own their individuality, while tech activist Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon thinks about what she wants her audience to walk away with. For actress Meera Syal, the most important part of sharing stories is that it allows us to understand each other, share our empathy, experience, history and view of the world.
Viv’s new book, Happy High Status: How to Be Effortlessly Confident, is available for preorder.