When people can easily understand you, then listening to what you have to say is effortless. When was the last time you thought about articulation? Well, it happens to be an essential communication skill, and learning how to articulate well can be easy and FUN. Let me introduce you to the one and only “Fox in Socks” by Dr. Seuss.
Everyone has baggage. Somewhere along the way, you were probably given subtle messages that you weren’t good enough, not smart enough, or not lucky enough to achieve all you desire. These subconscious beliefs are actually limiting your ability to move forward in life.
Julie Frost grew up convinced she was an introverted, book-smart, non-creative person, destined for a life behind a desk. She secretly longed to write songs and sing on stage with the most talented musicians on the planet. The gap between these two realities was so vast, it appeared her visions of grandeur were preposterous at best.
We are living in a time when bad news seems to be everywhere. Washington is a mess, world economies are stumbling, and people are hungry for work. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and slightly depressed by it all. Then comes a story that makes you believe in the awesomeness of mankind. Please do yourself a favor and steal 20 minutes to hear Bunker Roy’s remarkable tale. Answers are EVERYWHERE. It’s up to us to find them. Go get inspired…
Sometimes you simply need to get out of your head and move your body. While this may look silly, it’s really quite fun. Forget this exercise part, just get out there and grab a hula hoop for the sheer joy of it. Try it and see for yourself!
Sometimes a bright light comes from the most unexpected places. American football players are like modern day gladiators. They muscle their way through a grueling game to the cheers of ecstatic fans. We idolize them for their strength, their stamina and their ability to take hits and keep on going. And then… one player comes along who is truly different from the rest. […]
I think it’s fair to say that most entrepreneurs I know (including me) fancy they could be on TV. And why not? We are all fabulous in our own right, so the world needs to see what we have to offer and what better place than on “the tube”. Getting there, however, can be somewhat daunting.
The key to delivering a great pitch is your ability to engage, connect, and be present. While your ideas may be brilliant, you want to make sure that YOU are the one lighting up the room. You get one chance to make a first impression. Make sure you shine every time!
When your about to step into the limelight, take a few moments to be still and get grounded. This audio track will help you connect to your center, calm your nerves, and prepare you to share your message with the world. I would like to thank Jinsoo Kim and Jason Fischer for the incredible music. Happy Listening!
There is nothing like a good virus to turn your otherwise busy week into a total mess. Your initial symptoms are harmless enough… little stuffy nose, a slight cough. OK… maybe you’re a tad warm, but it’s no big deal. A mere 24 hours later, the little bugger takes hold of all your faculties and will not let go. […]