Tips to Remember That Name When You’re Drawing a Blank

Have you ever been at an event and started to introduce your boss to a Very Important Person and then, out of the blue, you couldn’t remember the VIP’s name? You’re a rare and lucky person if that hasn’t happened to you.

What do you do? How do you recover and save face?

It’s Not the End of the World

During this time of year you will no doubt be making the rounds of parties. Parties mean lots of reconnections and introductions to cope with.

You won’t lose a potential account if you forget a prospect’s name when you bump into him at the bar. It’s how you present yourself and handle the situation. …Read more…

Relying on Our Intuition Can Move Us Toward Our Life Goals

An interview with Tony Morris, Psychic Medium Intuitive

What is an intuitive?

An intuitive is a specialized communicator with the ability to help clients to advance toward their life goals.businessman Hand holding a crystal Ball I am a psychic medium, which means I can perceive (that’s the psychic part) insights regarding a client’s future growth opportunities and can receive (that’s the medium part) insights from another spiritual entity that has messages or guidance to convey to a particular person or group. My intention is to provide information for positive, healthy, healing and progressive purposes. …Read more…

Can You Take Self-Deprecation Too Far?

Clever Vs Stupid Words Scale Fine Line Humor Taste

Self Deprecation

A lot of speakers start off their presentations or speeches with a self-deprecating remark to get the audience on their side. It’s not uncommon that a powerful leader with established credentials wants to put the audience at ease so he uses self-deprecation to help the audience feel more comfortable. Sometimes he’ll start with a funny story about himself.

On the other hand . . . …Read more…

How to Make the Camera Work for You in a Television Appearance

Answer questions, Reporter Q&A

When we’re coaching clients for a TV appearance, we always remind them that they are not the star of the show and should not expect “star” treatment.

Over the years we’ve had clients complain they didn’t get the best camera angle or lighting so we tell them the “best” is reserved for the host.

You’re On Your Own

It’s important to keep in mind the focus is on the host – how he looks, his best camera angles, and how he will grab the attention of his audience. No one is going to greet you at the door and treat you like a celebrity …Read more…