Hall of Fame speaker, university professor and New York Times Best-Selling Author Dan Clark will teach a one-day only Public Speaking Boot Camp at the Salt Mine Productive Workspace (7984 S. 1300 East) on Friday, Sept. 8. Registration begins at 8:30 with the workshop running from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Clark is a regular contributor to the Davis Clipper.
This event is for anyone who wants to learn how to craft an effective speech, master the art of storytelling, customize content, polish speaking skills and make public speaking a profession.
“My workshop is for emerging leaders and seasoned executives who realize that to be given more responsibility, a promotion or a raise, they must take themselves to the highest level of sophisticated communication,” Clark said in a release. “This event is also for every published author and current writer who need to become extraordinary speakers, which accelerates their opportunities to sell their books.”
Tickets are $299. Every student gets a FREE Download of Dan’s Online Video Training Course “The Art and Science of Significant Public Speaking and Storytelling,” valued at $249. This is a gift you can access for a lifetime, and for no additional cost you will experience the energy and live interaction with Clark.
A limited number of VIP packages priced at $349 include lunch with Clark at the event, front row seating, plus a 15-minute private consultation after the conclusion of the course.
Those completing the day-long event have the opportunity to attend the Advanced Intensive Course on Getting Paid To Speak AND The Art of Story Writing and the Science of Storytelling from 6-9:30 p.m. For an additional $150, the bonus includes an autographed hard cover copy of Dan’s best-selling book, The Art of Significance – Achieving The Level Beyond Success – AND a private 30-minute telephone Executive Coaching session with Dan to work on anything you choose.
Dan has written speeches for, or coached, numerous celebrities, athletes business leaders and entertainers, including Derek Hough, Paula Abdul, Hank Haney (Tiger Woods golf coach), Marie Osmond, Diamond Dallas Page, Emmitt Smith, Jason Hewlett, James Iron Cowboy Lawrence, Coach Larry Gelwix, Mark Eaton, Thurl Bailey, Scott Mitchel. He also wrote the ESPY Award acceptance speech for Anthony Robles.