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Episode 35 with Dr. Miluna Fausch

Performing With Your Archetypes

September 26th, 2018

Want ideas for how you can access different archetypes and use them to create dynamic and commanding performances, talks, or even pitches? Listen to this conversation with performance coach, Dr. Miluna Fausch where she also shares tips on body language and how to know who listen to and let into your “arena.” What is your default archetype? And what could you bring more into the forefront to help yourself get to the next level?  Listen and find out!

Just a few more days left of the #PACLchallenge!  Take your performance out into a public space, share a video of it on social media with the hashtag #PACLchallenge and instantly be entered to win free coaching with host and creativity coach, Holly Shaw!  Join the fun! Click here for all the details.

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This episode was sponsored by Artists United - a non-profit organization empowering individual artists to create excellent art and to unite all artists to create social change. Artists who work alone create art. Artists who work together create change.


All the world’s a Stage and Life’s a Pitch! Dr. Miluna Fausch, PhD, has experience in the 9-5 world, sold everything from advertising to Steinway grands, has a PhD in Psychology, and as an actor and singer, she comes from the stage. Show business is the best training in the world for the Voice, for connecting to your audience, and for the ultimate ability to deliver a RockStar Pitch that is effective and successful. She has helped clients increase sales, get funding, and effectively navigate corporate culture through her coaching programs.  Ask her about Formula 1 racing, music, bold red California wines, and Jelly Bellys.  Visit for more info.

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