Master Your Message:

Story Coaching &
Speaker Training
with martin kloss

Upgrade your public speaking skills

Picture of a man nervous on stage in front of an audience

Have you ever been in a situation where you had to talk to a group of people, and suddenly your heart started racing, your hands started sweating, and your mouth was so dry you could hardly speak?

Nervousness, anxiety, or stage fright happens to the best of us. It’s not a sign of weakness. It’s what makes us human. What’s important is that you are in control of how you perceive these symptoms.

What if you could turn your nervousness into excitement?

Learn how to inspire people

Have you ever had to sit through a boring presentation, desperately waiting for it to end? We’ve all been there, and it happens way too often.

Although, just because you have a lot of content you want to communicate doesn’t mean it has to be dull and uninspiring. Using the power of story, you can inspire your listeners and make them remember what you said.

What if you had the skills to make your presentations and speeches exciting and memorable

Engage your audience

Boring Presentation, audience looking at their phones

Have you ever seen people in the audience look at their phones while you’re on stage talking to them? It’s a sign of a reduced attention span many people struggle with.

Consequently, you are not connecting with your audience. You are simply not holding their attention, so their minds wander off to other, more attention-grabbing things.

What if were able to connect with your audience and hold their attention throughout your entire presentation?

Prepare your speech or presentation

Have you ever felt there was no time to prepare your presentation because everyday life got in the way? Or you didn’t know how to rehearse and get ready? Time is fleeting, and there’s just so much to do.

Preparing for public speaking is the key to your performance. However, even the most skilled speakers take their time to prepare, so can you. And you don’t need to take a vacation day to do it.

What if you found a way to prepare that is effective, fun, and enables you to continue doing your day job?

Refine your voice and body language

Have you ever felt your voice was too thin, high, or monotone? Or experienced not knowing what to do with your arms and hands? Standing in front of an audience can do that to you.

Your voice and body language can be powerful instruments if used right. The feeling of not knowing what to do comes from inexperience and insecurities. However, the muscles involved can be trained, and stage presence can be learned.

What if you were able to feel comfortable on stage or in front of the camera, and present yourself in a way everyone will love?

Write a speech or plan an event

Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the task of writing a speech or presentation for someone? Or even plan a whole event for hundreds or thousands of people?

Writing for speaking requires specific skills and experience. Planning the story and dramaturgy for an event that inspires and excites your participants goes beyond simply organizing a venue and ensuring food and drinks.

What if you had someone to help you make your event or speech inspiring, memorable, and something people will talk about for a long time?

Young man frustrated from writer's block, not able to write his speech