Dan Clark. What We Remember When You Speak. Episode 520 with The Real Brad Lea (TRBL)
At age 12, Dan starred in a weekly CBS television series and was the voice of a cartoon character. As a teenager Dan was a four sport, 9-Time Varsity Letterman, voted Outstanding High School Athlete’ three years in a row – who became a Golden Gloves Boxing Champion, Alpine Ski Racing champion, Intermountain Moto Cross champion, Sunkist All-American Football Player and All-Star Baseball Pitcher, earning a full athletic scholarship to play both sports at the University of Utah. In 1982, Dan was named an Outstanding Young Man of America and was soon sponsored into the National Speakers Association by world renown motivational teacher Zig Ziglar, who personally mentored Dan for 25 years in the art and science of speaking, writing and storytelling! Dan quickly became one of the most sought after speakers in North America and was honored by U.S. President Ronald Reagan with the Presidential Service Award as the primary speaker for Mrs. Nancy Reagan’s ‘Just Say No’ program. Dan has earned the highest ‘Certified Speaking Professional’ designation in the National Speakers Association; was inducted into the Professional Speakers Hall of Fame and has been named one of the Top Ten Motivational Speakers in the World. As a master storyteller Dan has been published in over 50 million books in 40 languages worldwide; has appeared on over 500 TV and radio programs including Oprah, Glenn Beck, NPR and Voices of America/Radio Free Europe.
In this episode, Dan and Brad discuss the power in speaking and what people actually remember when YOU speak.
01:42 Bomb: Best Version of Yourself
09:23 The Three questions
15:00 Brad’s Elvis Presley story
17:20 Opening the story
21:10 Bomb: “To raise your net worth, you gotta raise your self-worth.” - Brad Lea
34:09 Compassionate stories that illustrate a true principle
42:41 Join Dan Clark’s Facebook Group: Speak Like a Pro
47:00 Saying it in a different way…
49:35 Bomb: “You don’t want to write a speech and then have them buy the speech.” - Dan Clark
55:00 Sold or unsold