WHO: SPEAKER/INSRUTOR DARREN LACROIX
In 2001, Darren LaCroix, the World Champion of Public Speaking, out-spoke 25,000 contestants from 14 countries to win that title. That was just a benchmark. Since that victory, Darren has traveled the world demystifying the process of creating a powerful speech. He has roused audiences in faraway places like Saudi Arabia, China, Oman, Malaysia, and Taiwan with his inspirational journey from first-rate chump to first-class champ, proving anything is possible if you are willing to work for it.
WHAT: Mini-Boot Camp
What could you learn from someone who quit their day job and survived on product sales alone? What if he tracked every product sold, at every presentation, how many attendees, and the dollars earned per head for the past five years? Currently 70% of Darren LaCroix's income is derived form product sales and does NOT sound like an infomercial while on stage. He is also the 2001 World Champion of Public Speaking. You’ll discover Darren’s 12 Marketing Musts, his two “they don’ts”, and the one “they want to.” His ideas will change how you think about product and how it should be an integral part of any professional speakers business no matter what level you are at! Some ideas will earn you money, some ideas will save you money, which would you prefer?
HOSTS: The Speaker's Think Tank holds bi-monthly meetings and has become the leading source of support and encouragement for both existing and new Professional Speakers in Ontario as they build their speaking business or as they work towards membership criteria in CAPS.
The Speaker's Think Tank provides ongoing education, resources and opportunities that enhance each member's professional and personal development.
For more information regarding this event or the Speaker’s Think Tank please don’t hesitate to contact Susan Lamb-Robinson or Merri Macartney at firstname.lastname@example.org
WHEN: Date: Thursday, May 31, 2012 Time: 7:00 pm until 9:30 pm
WHERE: Toronto Marriott Airport Hotel, 901 Dixon Road (in The Dixon Meeting Room)
Toronto, Ontario M9W 1J5 (1.5 km from the Pearson Airport)