Projecting a Professional Persona When Pitching and Presenting
When you think about pitching or presenting, does your anxiety spike? Do you have a gut-grabbing, heart-ratcheting, vision-clouding visceral reaction? If so, this lecture packet is for you.
Writers pitch to agents, pitch to editors, introduce guest speakers. They participate on panels, present workshops, give book signings. They get interviewed for podcasts, radio, and television. Some writers get interviewed by Matt Lauer and Oprah!
Turn your debilitating anxiety into positive, anticipatory anxiety.
Learn how to analyze and use body language to your advantage in real life. Learn how to monitor and modulate your body language and nuances of speech to send the right messages.
Appear confident. Poised. Professional.
Feel more in control. More focused. More articulate.
Shape your behavior to make a positive impression. Project a professional persona – and experience success.
Margie Lawson—psychotherapist, writer, and international presenter – developed psychologically-based editing systems and deep editing techniques used by new writers to multi-award winning authors. She teaches writers how to add psychological power to create page turners.
Margie taught psychology and communication courses at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels. Her resume includes adjunct professor, clinical trainer, facilitator of trauma response sessions, and director of a counseling center.
In the last eleven years Margie presented over 140 full day Master Classes for writers. She taught her psychologically-anchored deep editing to over five thousand writers across the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
Writers who have studied her material credit her innovative editing approaches with taking their writing several levels higher—to publication, awards, and bestseller lists.
To learn about Margie’s 3-day Immersion Master Classes, full day Master Class presentations, on-line course schedule, Lecture Packets, and newsletter, visit: www.MargieLawson.com.
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