Gone Looking for a Brighter 2021 . . .

We all deserve some time off!

After a year like 2020,

        we all deserve some time off.

 

See you next week!

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Wrap Your Negative Feelings in a Tiffany Box and Keep Climbing

Do you regularly wind up capitulating to the OMG condition? OMG, I can’t do that. OMG everybody is superior to me. OMG I’ll never excel. The rundown goes on of all that negative reasoning that you require to banish.

What Did Negative Thinking Actually Accomplish For You?

If you’re going to make a presentation or have a media interview and negative considerations begin popping into your head,Tiffany gift box put that negativity into a Tiffany box. Simply thinking about the famous eggshell blue color will cause you to feel better.

You need to compartmentalize so that you’re “in the moment,” a term that entertainers use to describe the complete focus they have to get into character.

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Happy Thanksgiving To You and Your Loved Ones

In celebrating Thanksgiving, we’d like to pay special tribute to Joyce Newman, founder of The Newman Group, who influenced the professional and personal lives of thousands of people, and Maya Angelou, the author and poet whose magical words and expressions Fotolia_24795853_XS-300x3001always got to the heart of the human experience.

Joyce passed away in 2017 after valiantly battling a very aggressive and treatment-resistant form of Multiple Myeloma for just over two years. She wanted nothing more than to continue living and loving life and to continue her work.

Maya passed away in 2014 but her sentiments, like Joyce’s, will continue to inspire generations to come. A favorite of Joyce’s that is often used in presentations is:
I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. …Read more…

Are You a Powerful Speaker or Just Background Noise?

Background noise?

Are you background noise?

As speakers, not many of us will actually ascend to the degree of Winston Churchill, or John F. Kennedy.

But there are things you can – and should – be doing to turn into a memorable speaker and stand apart from the crowd.

What distinguishes you?

One day, sooner rather than later, set aside some quiet time to review your speaker “persona.” This includes assessing your substance, your expertise in conveying a discourse or introduction, your visual appearance, and your likeability. …Read more…