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Melinda C.Present and Pitch Like a Storyteller
Have you ever been stuck in a conversation with someone who seemed boring or seemed to have nothing in common with you? To alleviate the awkwardness you pull someone else in the discussion and suddenly, your conversation partner lights up, becomes fascinating and you’re wondering why he/she wasn't this interesting a few minutes before.
In the class, we practiced introducing ourselves and our work. I walked away with a new "elevator pitch" about myself and feel as though I've become a more interesting person and have had more interesting conversations since the class.
Lance is thoughtful, well-read, and a good teacher. I highly recommend this class to anyone who wants to improve personally or professionally and avoid those awkward moments.
Nicholas P.Present and Pitch Like a Storyteller
90 minutes of on your feet practical instruction for how to structure your pitch.
Larry W.Present and Pitch Like a Storyteller
Lance gave us the insight to make a great pitch and then got us busy working on our own. I watched every participant make great strides in a short time, and sound ten times more confident then when they started. Well worth it!
Jim D.Present and Pitch Like a Storyteller
I loved the learning style, we were standing and engaged the whole time, a unique and positive class style, with measurable results at each step in the learning process.
Lisa G.Present and Pitch Like a Storyteller
The Elevator Pitch class was excellent. Lance encouraged us to get creative and think through our pitch as a group. It was more workshopping than instructional, which is great, if you are open to it! Definitely give this class a try if you want to present yourself in a more effective and creative way.
The life of Lance Brett Hall has followed a typical path: Lance's early interest in high energy physics led to a career in theater. He started doing theater at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy. From there, he went on to study directing and acting coaching under Pulitzer Prize nominee David Feldshuh at Cornell University. There, he wrote a thesis on eighteenth century German acting technique. He soon discovered, though, that there aren't many eighteenth century Germans around anymore. Since then, his work has focused on how storytelling technique can help connect us. Lance currently works alongside the sales force of Guaranteed Rate, Inc. He is a member of the charter class of the Institute for Arts Entrepreneurship.