Do you move on stage
This confuses the audience and dilutes your message.
Most presenters think there are only three places on the stage: left, right, and center. They think that effective use of stage is spending equal time in all three positions. WRONG!
When do you move? Why do you move? Find out!
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In this program, you’ll discover…
You’ll pick up these ideas quickly,
because Darren makes it simple.
Implementing his “stage-ology” and “storytelling hologram” strategies will add clarity to your message. These powerful strategies will change the way you present and tell stories for the rest of your career.
“Stage-ology” helped Darren LaCroix out-speak 25,000 contestants from 14 countries to become the World Champion of Public Speaking. He skillfully used the stage as an invisible storyteller and made his message crystal clear.
Use his strategies in your next presentation!
What did participants say?
“Clarity. If I were to pick one word to describe Darren’s program, Your Stage, Your Story, it would be clarity. Through a great mix of theory, demonstration, and problem-solving, Darren makes clear how movement, expression, and gesture can add to or diminish the impact of a speech. If you want to speak with the power to persuade, heed what Darren has to say.”
Dave Chase, Mastery Member
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“The lessons I learned were well worth the time invested. One evening when I got home, I thought it was way too late to start watching Darren LaCroix’s program (Your Stage, Your Story), but I gave it a shot. And it was a shot of adrenaline. I found myself engaged from beginning to end. I even stopped the video to get a pen and paper so I could take notes. It was a master class, not just in the art of delivering a speech, but also in the psychology of understanding your audience. And I watched it just in time to incorporate some of the tips into the speech that earned me a spot on stage in the finals of the International Speech Contest. The techniques make sense, and they are easy to apply.
Thank you, Darren!”