My Heart is Racing So Fast I Think I’m Going to Faint!

Being a little nervous before a presentation, or media interview, is only natural.overcome-stage-fright3-150x1501 However, it’s not natural if you panic and your heart starts racing, you break out in a sweat and want to throw up.

If that describes you, then you need to work at reigning in your stage fright. Preparation and practice are essential. …Read more…

You’ve Lost Your Audience – Now What?

You’re feeling good, you’re well prepared, the room set up is just right, and you’ve launched into your presentation. BoringAudienceThen your heart sinks. You can feel the negative vibes coming from the audience.

They’ve tuned out. …Read more…

Don’t Forget to Wear Your Socks

Don’t laugh. This happened to a client not too long ago. Business, Mann, am Arbeitsplatz 17He’s a very busy CEO, who was so tired that he showed up at a morning press conference in a suit and tie but without socks. It was a tell tale sign that he had mentally checked out because of exhaustion. He wasn’t conscious of what he was doing. …Read more…

Managing Your Boss’ Impossible Expectations

It’s difficult to get a good night’s sleep when your boss, or client, is sending you emails at midnight and expecting an immediate response.Man asking to stop stay away from him

That may be a drastic example but it’s a situation that many executives confront every day. Can you say “No”?

Setting Boundaries

More than ever, you may be feeling that “enough is enough.” You want to carve out personal time for yourself. But you’re afraid to upset your boss or lose a client, so you go along to get along. …Read more…