Casa DeConfidence Podcast

Ep14 Lee Pierce - Confident Speaker

July 05, 2020 Julie DeLucca-Collins Season 1 Episode 14
Casa DeConfidence Podcast
Ep14 Lee Pierce - Confident Speaker
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Casa DeConfidence Podcast
Ep14 Lee Pierce - Confident Speaker
Jul 05, 2020 Season 1 Episode 14
Julie DeLucca-Collins

I use cliches… a lot more than I would like to admit. I think it has something to do with my being an auditory learner and remembering what I hear. 

 

Then again, sometimes I find that cliches say just what you want to say. 

 

I am not going to lie, my new guest on this week’s podcast made me a little nervous. It takes a lot to make me nervous. 

 

I was a bit nervous because Lee Pierce, this week’s guest in the podcast is known to hate cliches. After speaking to Lee on a couple of occasions, I realized that we are very like-minded strong, intelligent kind, driven, and loving individuals. 

 

I connected with Lee through my Coach Corninne’s noBS Community. Like me, Lee is a successful podcaster. Lee describes their podcast RhetoricLee Speaking like this: “If Ben Stein and the Kardashians had a baby that was raised by Janeane Garofalo in a recording studio, you’d have RhetoricLee Speaking.”

 

As Assistant Professor of Rhetorical Communication at SUNY Geneseo Lee is committed to banishing banality, one speech at a time. They have taught thousands of students about public speaking, politics, and culture. Lee is a Safe Zone Trainer through the OUT Alliance of Rochester, NY, a #blacklivesmatter ally, and an advocate for neurodivergent and high needs learners.

 

Lee’s TEDx Talks analyzing Beyoncé’s” Formation” and “Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” is available on YouTube, along with stand-up comedy routines. 

 

Speaking to Lee was a fun conversation for me. My guest is both book smart and street smart.  My kind of people for sure. In our conversation, we talk about a quest to banish banality. What does it mean to be intersex, how using pronouns can be a simple way of being an ally, and what is the meaning of being non-binary? 

 

The conversation is fast-paced for sure. Lee brought the New Yorker out of me. 

 

https://twitter.com/RhetoricLee

https://www.instagram.com/rhetoriclee/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/leempierce/

https://www.facebook.com/rhetoriclee

Show Notes

I use cliches… a lot more than I would like to admit. I think it has something to do with my being an auditory learner and remembering what I hear. 

 

Then again, sometimes I find that cliches say just what you want to say. 

 

I am not going to lie, my new guest on this week’s podcast made me a little nervous. It takes a lot to make me nervous. 

 

I was a bit nervous because Lee Pierce, this week’s guest in the podcast is known to hate cliches. After speaking to Lee on a couple of occasions, I realized that we are very like-minded strong, intelligent kind, driven, and loving individuals. 

 

I connected with Lee through my Coach Corninne’s noBS Community. Like me, Lee is a successful podcaster. Lee describes their podcast RhetoricLee Speaking like this: “If Ben Stein and the Kardashians had a baby that was raised by Janeane Garofalo in a recording studio, you’d have RhetoricLee Speaking.”

 

As Assistant Professor of Rhetorical Communication at SUNY Geneseo Lee is committed to banishing banality, one speech at a time. They have taught thousands of students about public speaking, politics, and culture. Lee is a Safe Zone Trainer through the OUT Alliance of Rochester, NY, a #blacklivesmatter ally, and an advocate for neurodivergent and high needs learners.

 

Lee’s TEDx Talks analyzing Beyoncé’s” Formation” and “Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” is available on YouTube, along with stand-up comedy routines. 

 

Speaking to Lee was a fun conversation for me. My guest is both book smart and street smart.  My kind of people for sure. In our conversation, we talk about a quest to banish banality. What does it mean to be intersex, how using pronouns can be a simple way of being an ally, and what is the meaning of being non-binary? 

 

The conversation is fast-paced for sure. Lee brought the New Yorker out of me. 

 

https://twitter.com/RhetoricLee

https://www.instagram.com/rhetoriclee/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/leempierce/

https://www.facebook.com/rhetoriclee