Whether you want to motivate your team, convince your colleagues, sell your idea to an investor, pitch products or services to customers, or make a stronger impact to your audience, it is often your speaking and presentation skills that determine whether it is a success or a failure.
When you stand on stage to inspire, educate or entertain, you take advantage of a powerful force called The Stage Effect.
What is The Stage Effect?
The Stage Effect is what creates a powerful attraction that performers experience when they deliver great content to an audience.
Audience# + DeliveryQ = Attraction
The size of the audience and the quality of the delivery determine the level of attraction created by The Stage Effect. People have been listening to stories for hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions, of years.
Extraordinary storytellers access powers of attraction, impact, and persuasion. People are drawn to, want to follow, spend time, and do business with these leading speakers.
Today, many are spending millions of dollars on great stories - they watch TV, movies, read books and skim through YouTube looking for great content to distract, inspire and improve themselves.
By learning how to create and use The Stage Effect you can impact and educate your audience and at the same time present yourself in the best possible way.
Winston Churchill, Tony Robbins, Martin Luther King Jr, Bill Clinton, Abraham Lincoln, T. Harv Eker and many others have used The Stage Effect to entertain, educate and influence millions of people throughout the history.
Eric will teach you how to use The Stage Effect force to express yourself better, become a great storyteller and upgrade your presentation skills.
You will learn how to create the highest level of attraction and influence during any kind of presentation - whether your audience is:
- the person sitting across from you in a coffee shop,
- few colleagues in a meeting,
- 50 people on a Facebook Live broadcast,
- 100s of people packed into a hotel ballroom or a conference center.