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Write Your Goals

Three Writes Make You a Winner

Becoming a self-motivated dynamo is easy as one, two, three and generates three glorious benefits: clarity, confidence and charisma. We’ll do this together. Get a blank piece of paper and pen – I know, so “old school” – but this allows you to read and write as we go step by step. 1. Write down […]

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Tasteful Toasts 3 Ways to Maintain Your Motivation

3 Ways to Maintain Your Motivation

I’m envious and occasionally jealous of people who have a single-minded focus and boundless energy towards their personal and professional projects. How do they find the time to get it all done? Are they eating special super-foods? Can I learn to be just as successful? I discovered all high achievers from bodybuilder, actor and politician […]

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Vitals Signs - Be Proactive Not Reactive

Be Proactive, not Reactive; Change Your Life.

Wouldn’t you rather be ahead of the game, instead of trying to catch-up? Sure, there are times when emergencies and the sneak attacks of life happen, but most times, there are ways to be prepared. Like being prepared for your speaking success, having someone call you to book a gig, rather than you having to […]

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Barbara and Michael Varma Celebrate 2013

Pick One and Get It Done

Every January you read dozens of articles on New Year’s resolutions, everything from how to eat right, exercise, and balance the work/home life. But all are missing a vital piece of information. I’ve even written a few articles that were printed in newspapers and circled the globe online and yet I, too, overlooked the basic […]

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are you conditioning yourself for professional speaking

What are you conditioned for?

As a public speaker,  are you conditioning yourself? Our bodies conform to our lifestyle habits. A typical blood  cell lives in our body for 120 days.  A typical skin cell dies and is replaced every 35. Your body is constantly changing, out with the old & in with the new. And each time, each cell is […]

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Doing a Webinar Lessons

PostMortem: Webinar Lessons for Speakers

Executing a webinar for the first time, on your own, can be a daunting experience. But with some help from others, and a list of tips and lessons can make it a bit easier. Executing this webinar, especially to all of you as a group, has been a challenging blast, and I recommend everyone who […]

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Multiplier Effect

How would you like to have a multiplier effect and leave a legacy? Todays post is courtesy of Hugh MacLeod and the gapingvoidgallery.com.  I have posted on him before, in a post titled Making Traction,  but today’s post is relevant to the EDU I presented on 1.11.12. I cannot tell you what to do.  Lord […]

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