Why Not Being a “Natural” Can Be to Your Advantage Have you ever wished that you could Speak Like a Pro? Have you ever wished that you had the confidence and competence to stand before a group of any size and get your product or service or message out into the world so you could […]
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Nothing is stopping you from Speaking Mastery but you – and what you don’t know. Is there something stopping you from developing speaking mastery – either on the platform or off? If you answered yes, you are not alone. Over the years I’ve had both private clients and organizations come to me for help with […]
What Opportunities Are You Missing to Speak Up? Missed opportunities of the past need not block those right in front of you. Have you missed out on golden opportunities? Have you ever wished that you could turn back the clock and say YES to an opportunity that was staring you right in the face, but, […]
Do You Respond Negatively? A couple days ago I was on the inside lane of a four-lane street headed into town – two lanes in each direction, with lots of stops and starts. The traffic was heavy and the cars were travelling fairly close together. Without notice, the young woman driving in the car ahead […]
How Present Are You? First, let’s define what it means to be “present.” To be present simply means to be consciously in the “now,” not focused on the past or the future. It means being free from judgment, aware of and able to calmly acknowledge and accept what you hear, see, smell, taste or feel […]
How Vision Puts You in the Driver’s Seat Have you noticed that you tend to find what you focus on? Shortly after my book, You CAN Teach a Pig to Sing – Create Great Relationships with Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere, was published, I was interviewed by Shelley Irwin of WGVU radio – a promo for a […]
Are you aware of how your intentions drive your behavior? Are you aware of the impact your behavior is having on others? The following example shows you how intentions play out in behavior and the impact that that behavior can have on others’ perceptions of you. John sat across the table from me. I was […]