Speaker, Body Language Expert
Boulder, ColoradoInquire About Traci
Becoming a body language expert and a professional speaker on the subject is not something that Traci Brown would have ever guessed she'd be doing. Her first career was bike racing. She raced for 12 years and had quite a successful career winning three US Collegiate Cycling Championships and earning a spot on Team USA.
Through sports she became keenly aware that the mind was the primary factor which determined her success. After disappointing results with traditional sports psychology, she discovered Neuro Linguistics (NLP), Hypnosis, and Hawaiian Huna. Her results changed not only her performance, but her life. Upon retirement from racing, she got trained in these disciplines and still works with clients one on one to create great change in their lives.
The first thing taught in NLP was body language, persuasion, and how to create deep unconscious rapport. After years of working with clients and talking them out of their problems and also teaching NLP Practitioner Certification trainings, a client asked her to put together a program for lawyers on how to pick a jury and persuade them based on body language. She very reluctantly said yes. Much to her surprise, there was so much interest in the program that she began presenting to all kinds groups across the country including sales teams and associations. Participants liked walking out of the presentation with immediately usable persuasion and body language skills and gave the program rave reviews.
Traci is a high-energy high-content speaker who is sure to motivate, educate, and entertain the audience.
She enjoys using the body language and unconscious persuasion skills she teaches in her presentations in all sorts of business negotiations, with personal clients, and has even adapted the skills to talk herself out of an embarrassing number of traffic tickets.
Traci holds a business degree from the University of Colorado and is a certified master practitioner of Neuro Linguistics, Hypnosis, and Hawaiian Huna.