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Friday, March 6, 2020

Doors open at 8:30 am

Business Development Program – 9:00 am to Noon

Members Only Lunch and Mastermind – 12:15 pm to 2:00 pm

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

How do stories work?

Why do some stories connect while others don’t?

How can you put your stories in the service of your audience? 

Speaker, author, MFA designer, and transatlantic sailor Dave Bricker spent fifteen years voyaging in search of stories. His adventure tales and unique StorySailing® method have helped thousands of writers, speakers, professionals, and visionaries connect and engage with colleagues, clients, and opportunity.

Bring your best ideas and toughest storytelling questions to this highly interactive session. We’ll dive deep into the art of sculpting ideas and sharing them on the platform.

  • Explore how stories work and why they’re the most powerful form of human communication.
  • Transform your presentations, writing, and audiences with the four elements of story.
  • Learn to recognize and avoid common storytelling mistakes.
  • Take your ideas from the page to the stage with techniques used by Winston Churchill and other powerful speakers.

Whether you’re an old pro or just beginning your speaker’s journey, come prepared to think, speak, and grow.

Reserve your spot today!

SPEAKER BIO:

Once upon a time, Dave Bricker voyaged on a small sailboat in search of stories. Leaving with $30 and a locker full of food and dreams, he sailed thousands of miles through the Bahamas, across the Atlantic, and up the east coast of the United States.

Today, as an award-winning speaker and author, he shares true stories of adventure at sea—storms, calms, standing watch, and navigating—as metaphors for the challenges that leaders and teams face on the seas of commerce. His unique StorySailing® method has helped thousands of writers, speakers, professionals, and visionaries craft messages that connect, engage, and succeed—on the page and on the stage.

Learn more at storysailing.com