Regardless of your political standpoint: there is no denying that the 44th President of the United States of America, President Barack Obama, is a influential public speaker.
Being one of the greatest orators in our times, his speeches artfully blend his key message with a mixture of personal anecdotes and stories, gratitude and humility.
But what are the most important things he can teach speakers?
In an article for Forbes, Carmine Gallo, examines what public speakers can learn from one of the world’s best orators. Gallo narrows down the three things that makes Obama a powerful speaker.
We’ve summarized the article visually, highlighting the main ideas.
See this on the SpeakerHub blog.