Speaking is a learned art.
Coaching and practice with a supportive,
expert coach can make your speaking skills bloom. Learn to speak with
confidence and passion, impacting your audience for change.
Misa has been speaking for 21 years and coaching speakers for
8 and believes that everyone has a story to tell and something
to teach. She loves healping adults and teens set their inner
voices free. She is the committee chairperson for speaker coaching
for TEDX Santa Cruz 2011 and has coached many competitive speakers
to place nationally.
Find your authentic voice.
Learn to create a strong emotional connection with your audience,
by using your emotive capacities in a controlled and
helpful way. Tap into your passion and even your fear and allow it
to bring your presentation to life.
Communicate more clearly and concisely and impact
your audience more powerfully.
Learn how to use the following in your presentations:
- Story Telling
- Body Language
Speaker coaching can be done on Skype,
telephone or in person
individually or in a group setting. I will come to your office
within a 30 mile radius for an additional fee. Would you like to
know more? E-mail or
call 831-335-1265, and let's talk!
"The first time I heard Misa speak, it was about a very difficult
issue. Her speaking ability made even the darkest of topics seem
hopeful. Listening to her inspired me immensely. Misa has a truly
amazing gift of communication...I knew I would gain speaking skills
meeting with Misa. What I did not expect was the amazing amount of
personal growth and change that resulted from this incredible
"Misa, our time with you made such a difference. I will be sending
an email soon, to everyone we know, telling them that. Rachael was
shaking like a leaf moments before she was announced, but she went
to home plate and knocked it out of the park. The auditorium was full
and the staff gave her a standing ovation at the end.
The Sr. manager said no one has ever gotten a standing ovation in
these monthly staff meetings in the 23 years she's been there."
~Susie Anderson (daughter Rachael)