Every speaker needs a meditation practice. Meditation puts a pause between any stimulus you receive and your reaction.
As speakers, our movement matters. Whether we are unveiling a methodology, revealing shocking statistics or telling a story, what we do with our body influences how connected (or disconnected) the audience is to us.
Success on the stage starts with the right mindset. Frame your training and set the stakes high so that every move you make matters.
Perfect is not fun to watch. If you’re willing to be a little messy and just go for it, that’s when you can bring your ideas to life.
When you create a training ritual for yourself, you’re going to be the most ready on any day, at any time.
When you shift your way of thinking from focusing on yourself or what other people may think of you, to thinking of how you can help people, that’s how you can affect change.
You can get on the other side of burnout very quickly by following a few simple techniques.
Create a plan, commit to conquering it, and give yourself a treat when you’re done.
Your time is the most precious asset you have. If you don’t put a high value on it, you can’t expect others to.
How can we become effective and powerful if we’re caught in constant overwhelm? I’ve been there – many times – and this is manageable in just a few simple steps.