You have to care about what you say.
But you don’t need to be vulnerable. Or share your secrets. Or talk about your private life.
In fact, Steve Jobs tells a great story on teamwork. And it’s not personal or vulnerable at all.
But most people don’t tell great stories.
They skip over the best parts. They summarize the best details.
They speak from the head, not the heart. They tell the facts instead of reliving the moment.
There is a wall between what actually happened . . . and what they’re willing to share.
And that wall ruins their story.
Ultraspeaking is the place to study this wall.
It’s a space to practice getting closer to your content. Because, the closer you get, the more connected you feel.
And the more connected YOU feel, the more connected WE feel to you and what you’re sharing.
And isn’t that what speaking is really about?