I know by now you must think I adore every human I meet, and on some level it’s true. That being said, there are times I find myself speaking with people that rub me the wrong way…
Picture this… You arrive at an event and your eyes scan a room full of strangers. A mild panic sets in as you wander over to the appetizer table, hoping to find a friendly face. Instead you find yourself face to face with an equally uncertain attendee. Both of you seem to want to run for the door. Now imagine how you would feel if you walked into that same room, fully prepared to delight people with your ability to strike up a warm and engaging conversation. Watch today’s video…
Let’s face it, we all get stuck from time to time. Blocked energy, be it mental, emotional or physical, keeps us from being in the FLOW.
Ready to tap into your power of connection? The first step is to LOVE networking. Let’s face it… If you want to grow your business, expand your reach and build your bandwidth, you need to meet new people.
It’s not easy being the messenger of bad news. True leadership shines when times are tough. If you are in the position to deliver bad news to your boss, then learn how to do it so effectively that you’ll end up looking like a hero.
Imagine if there was absolutely no hesitation upon meeting someone new. No tiny knots in your stomach, no nagging doubts in your head, no averting your eyes at the slightest glance of a stranger. How would that feel? What impact would it have on your life?
One of the greatest gifts in life is to love what you do each and every day. Have you met someone who lights up when they talk about their job, or their family, or their craft? It’s delicious, but rare. More often than not, people are still searching…
As you already know, I am a big believer in the power of positive thoughts. When you have a winning attitude and an optimistic outlook on life, you have the fuel necessary to take you wherever you wish to go.
Let’s face it… we are a very visual society. It takes a split of a second for a person to judge you. While I primarily focus on what you say, it also matters how you physically present yourself to the world! Enter Ellen Lubin-Sherman. […]
Most of the clients I work with come to me with the same underlying issue… they are self-conscious about speaking. Now, we have all experienced some degree of discomfort when we are center stage and that’s perfectly NORMAL. Everyone gets self-conscious once and awhile, but if you want to grow your business, pitch a new idea or make a TON of new contacts, then learn the single most important shift in thinking that can eliminate your hesitation once and for all.