Books and Articles by Stacey Marshall

Captain Courage


Katie, a precocious third grade, shrivels during various common scenarios at her new school—show and tell, chatting in the lunchroom, presenting/participating in class, the playground scene—that is, until a unique superhero swoops in to the rescue, demonstrating how to have self confidence and courage.

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Check out a few public speaking articles by Stacey Marshall and featuring MCS:

"In his Own Voice," Scholastic's Parent & Child
October 2007.

"…For those Afraid to Speak Up." The Business Journal
July 2001.

"Talk Isn't Cheap," Business Monday
March 2001.

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"In my business, having excellent communication skills is the key to closing sales. After just a few sessions at MCS, my presentation style drastically improved. Now I'm very confident giving presentations and it really shows — my close rates are higher than they've ever been."

National Sales Director
Fortune 500 Company