TransBeing – World’s #1 Archetypal Presentation Course – Frontier Trainings

TransBeing – World’s #1 Archetypal Presentation Course

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Welcome to Transbeing

Do you want to learn how to communicate to and relate with any audience?

Do you want to learn the keys to becoming whoever you choose at any given moment?

Do you want to be able to handle ANY situation that comes up as you are presenting on stage?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then Transbeing is a course for you.

Transbeing is a processed-based course, meaning the curriculum is entirely taught through experiential processes to teach you various aspects of being a world-class presenter.

The curriculum in Transbeing is based around twelve archetypical ways of being, communicating and teaching on stage. Each archetype is unique in its energy, attitudes and teaching style, but are all equally invaluable to being a well-rounded presenter on stage. The twelve are brought together to show you how you can own the room and communicate effectively to any style of audience under any circumstance.

Black-Background-Collapsar-by-FreemanWhether you are already an established speaker or are just embarking on the journey towards becoming one, Transbeing will show you how you can hone your skills and expand your mindset so that you can become a truly world-class speaker.

Like all of Frontier Trainings' speaker certification courses, Transbeing is direct, to the point and implementation based so that once you leave the training room, you will immediately notice a difference in the style and effectiveness of your communication.

So come and join us and see why so many people are raving about this state-of-the-art, life-changing program.

Clinton Swaine

Founder – Frontier Trainings



Key Concepts:



For Frontier, the idea of shifting one's identity has always been a subject of interest and throughout Frontier's development has become an ongoing, in-depth study. Who are we? What can we accomplish? Who can we become? How can we change who we are to empower and uplift those around us? These are but a few of the questions that come to mind when the subject of identity arises. Through our studies, we have found that when one is able to release the attachment to their own identity and assume another, they unlock a world of possibilities for themselves and those around them; they are able to communicate in ways in which they were not previously able, due to self-imposed limitations and the perceptions of others. By understanding how to step into the proper mindset, attitude or way of being a situation calls for, one is allowed to communicate with any style of audience in any situation so that all will leave feeling empowered, connected, educated and moved to action.


The Executive archetype is primarily used to teach didactically. The goal of the Executive is to convey the maximum amount of information in fastest and most efficient way possible. They are professional, direct, clear and to the point. A perfect example of the archetypical Executive style of teaching is Brian Tracy.


The Motivator is all about empowerment and breakthroughs. They are high-energy, upbeat and constantly getting the audience moving. The motivator conveys lessons primarily through activities in which deep, profound lessons can be experienced and learned. They create a highly emotional state to raise the energy of their audience and allow lessons to be absorbed at the fastest rate possible. Tony Robbins is a perfect example of the archetypical Motivator.


The Pirate archetype is primarily used to handle hecklers. The Pirate is confident, playful, has razor-sharp wit and builds rapport with an audience easily and effortlessly. When a heckler or ‘smart ass' comes up in the room, The Pirate knows exactly how to handle them; they shut the heckler down, while simultaneously building deeper rapport with the audience, keeping the room light hearted and allowing themselves to get back to their presentation without the distraction of the heckler. An example of a modern day pirate are late-night talk show hosts such as Jay Leno, Conan O'brien or David Letterman.


The Commander is primarily used to give instructions to move their audience to action. They are powerful, direct and make their audience feel safe and confident in their leadership abilities. The Commander is all about clarity of command and immediately getting the precise results they are after. Commander examples include: U.S. Army generals: George Patton, George Marshall and Douglas MacArthur.


The Channeler archetype is used primarily for guided visualizations, inductions, affirmations etc. The Channeler is peaceful, connected and empowering. The Channeler is always in flow, they connect openly with their audience and use metaphors, symbolism and imagery to empower and inspire their audience towards their goals and dreams.


The Caregiver archetype is all about connection and authenticity. They tell heart-wrenching stories from their lives in order to better connect with their audience. The Caregiver puts ego, self-image and all judgements aside. They allow themselves to be open and vulnerable and always share their story with a purpose; whether to teach, relate to or empower their audience, the caregiver is selfless and purposeful in every action. Oprah Winfrey is a shining example of a modern Caregiver archetype.


The Fairy is all about creativity, flow and manifestation. They are light-hearted, free-flowing and fun. The Fairy doesn't want for anything, they simply create whatever it is they desire in any given moment. The Fairy has no attachments, whether to perceptions, limitations or outcomes; The Fairy simply lives in flow and knows how to be creative and resourceful to achieve their desired outcome. Ellen Degeneres is a perfect example of The Fairy.


The Majesty handles every situation with ease, grace and poise. The Majesty inspires confidence; they never get flustered or perturbed and they always remain calm under even the most intense pressure. The Majesty is often used to answer tough questions. Unlike The Pirate who will happily isolate and shut down hecklers, The Majesty has a vested interest in the well-being of all members of their audience. They come from a place of power, yet are understanding and sympathetic of the concerns of their ‘subjects'.


The Rock Star is all about building a powerful stage presence. They are confident, powerful and ready to put on a show. The Rock Star uses massive motions to enhance their performance and play to a 1,000 person audience. The idea of being nervous on stage doesn't even occur to The Rock Star, they know that the 1,000s of people in their audience are there for no other reason than to see ‘Me'. The Rock Star plays and connects with each member of their audience and keeps them all enrolled throughout the entire performance. Madonna, Bon Jovi, KISS, Lady GaGa are all great examples of The Rock Star mentality.


The Preacher is used to convey either a message of ‘salvation' or ‘damnation'. They speak universal truths which cannot be dispelled in order to move their audience into action, to change their ways and move closer towards their goals and dreams. The Preacher communicates with power, passion, zeal and unshakable confidence to enroll others into their vision. Billy Graham and Martin Luther King Jr. are examples of The Preacher archetype.


The Magician archetype is all about suspense, intrigue and keeping their audience on the edge of their seats. They use massive motions to paint a picture and then contrast with small, precise movements to draw the audience further in and suspend their disbelief. They utilize the full range of their tonality to enhance their presentation and mesmerize their audience. Whatever The Magician does, the audience cannot look away, they don't want to miss a single moment. An incredible example of the Magician archetype is David Copperfield.


The Jester is all about having fun, playing with the audience and using humor to shake off mistakes or embarrassment. The Jester never takes life too seriously. If they make a mistake, they don't attempt to cover it up or let it become a distraction or point of criticism; they simply make fun of it and get the audience playing and laughing about. They freely express using voices, facial expressions and wild body movements to play and have fun. Jim Carrey and Robbin Williams are archetypical Jesters.

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