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Expert Consult with Matt Abrahams – Workshop on How to Tell a Persuasive Story

December 3, 2020

Do you need expert advice on how to tell a persuasive story?

Apply to be part of a workshop with Matt Abrahams from 11 – Noon PST on Dec 3, 2020. *Limited Space Available*

Entrepreneurs and leaders have to convince many stakeholders to join their endeavors. To bring someone on board, you need a compelling and inspiring story. Matt Abrahams, co-founder and Principal of Bold Echo, a communications coaching firm, has helped many executives amp up their presentation skills. Come with a project that you are working on, be it your 3-minute elevator pitch, your upcoming talk, or your value proposition, and Matt will advise you in this workshop.

About Matt Abrahams

Matt Abrahams is a passionate, collaborative and innovative educator and coach. He teaches Effective Virtual Communication and Essentials of Strategic Communication at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.  

Matt is also Co-Founder and Principal at Bold Echo Communications Solutions, a presentation and communication skills company based in Silicon Valley that helps people improve their presentation skills. 

Matt published the third edition of his book Speaking Up Without Freaking Out, a book written to help the millions of people who wish to present in a more confident and compelling way. He also hosts the GSB podcast called Think Fast Talk Smart.  And, he curates the NoFreakingSpeaking.com website.

Our Expert Consults are hosted by leading experts who have generously offered their services pro bono to our entrepreneurs.

If you choose a timeslot, we will require a $100 credit card deposit. The deposit will be refunded the day after you attend. No-shows will not receive a refund. Please be punctual; arrivals late by more than 15 minutes will be considered no-shows.

If you find that you are unable to attend, you may request a refund up to 5 days in advance. (This will give us time to offer the slot to the first person on the waitlist.) We regret that we cannot honor requests made at a later time.

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