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“There are only two types of speakers in the world. 1. The nervous and 2. Liars.” -Mark Twain
Jerry Seinfeld once said, “At a funeral, most people would rather be the guy in the coffin than have to stand up and give a eulogy.”
Use the Power of Body Language, your Voice, and the Stage to Keep your Audience Engaged
"Words have incredible power. They can make people's hearts soar, or they can make people's hearts sore."- Mardy Grothe
Leverage Stories for Business
Learn the skills to keep your remote audience engaged during a virtual presentation.
Make your resume or CV stand out from the candidate pool.
Increase your chances of getting a job/internship through understanding techniques to nail interviews.
The importance of Emotional Resilience has become more obvious throughout the pandemic. Learn how to bounce back from negative experiences and become antifragile in the long-run.
"Storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world today." - Robert McKee.
This workshop covers the best practices for persuasion including selecting and organizing content, use of stories, delivery and building a relationship with your audience that helps you seal the deal.
With the pressure to perform at work, a failure is never an easy experience. This workshop focuses on the differences between a growth and fixed mindset and how to cultivate the former.
Become an Effective and Engaging Presenter
Preparation for an unprepared speech is actually possible. Discover the best practices to generate ideas on the spot and improve impromptu speaking skills in the long-run – be it for a sales pitch or your next dinner date.
Increase your chances of getting a job/internship through understanding techniques to nail interviews and make your resume stand out from the candidate pool.
Discover your character strengths and learn how to apply them to your career, relationships and journey towards self-improvement.
"Speech is power: speech is to persuade, to convert, to compel. It is to bring another out of his bad sense into your good sense." - Ralph Waldo Emerson