For me, winning over your audience has nothing to do with seeing everyone in their birthday suits. It has everything to do with making a genuine connection, in the exact same way you would when you meet a new friend in a cafe. In today’s video, I share my surefire strategies for keeping my audience engaged.
Today I’m sharing an incredible story from a trip I took to Italy many years ago. I set my heart on experiencing one magical destination and when it looked like my hopes had been dashed, I decided to GO FOR IT. It was awesome…
A few weeks ago, I received this gift in my inbox. A video from a lovely student in Italy. He surprised me with this unbelievable testimonial after taking the 1000 Watt Presence program.
I struggled with making videos five years ago. I would film alone in a room for hours on end. After all that work, I felt uncertain that anyone would care what I had to say, let alone purchase a course from me. But here I am, 6 courses later with over 7500 students around the world. Now all that effort feels like it has truly made a difference in the world.
Deborah Szekely, the founder of the legendary wellness center Rancho LaPuerta, has seen quite a bit of change in her many years on the planet and she is well-aware of the demands of our current busy lives. This one insight really made me pause and re-think about how I start my day.
Whether we know it or not, we’re all leaders in some area of our life and one simple tip can make you a better one.
Moments of stress creep in all the time, but the question is, what do you do when they arise? Enter The Three Idiots. This very clever Indian film taught me the greatest lesson in getting calm and grounded and mentally back on track. Today I’m sharing it with you.
Not sure if you’re an oversharer? Tips on how to tell, what to do, and how to make it right if you’ve spilled the beans.
Let me wrap up the year with a warm, heartfelt thanks. May you celebrate all that you are, all that you do and all the lovely people around you. It's an honor to have you in my...
The holidays come with gifts and guests and, frequently, lots of nosy questions you’d prefer not to answer. Here are three tips to deflect ’em.