Another Four Letter Word

Another Four Letter Word

Another Four Letter Word: Do you recognize it in your vocabulary? Self-control is an exhaustible resource,” as authors Dan and Chip Heath describe in their book Switch.  Doesn’t this ring true to you especially when you are in the midst of making changes – whether personal or with your team?  Change requires energy, thought, planning…

Trust-Fear-Courage

Trust-Fear-Courage

I just read an article in USA Today about Chris Christie and his position on telling the truth.  It was interesting because the writers premise was, as a presidential candidate, he talked more about telling the truth than actually telling the truth.  Regardless what your political position is on the candidate we hear a lot…

Stand & Deliver

Stand & Deliver

Physiology and communication are closely linked. Your body positioning affects your mindset and your message. Create comfortable body positioning that’s conducive to better communication and higher productivity. It’s difficult to be decisive when reclining in your armchair, feet on the desk. Never confuse comfort with confidence. Change your body positioning, and your words, voice and…

Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself

Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself

When you are asked to speak at a conference, fundraiser, or special event, it’s your turn to dazzle the assembled audience. Unless they know you, they are curious about who you are and what you have to offer. They are about to indulge you with their undivided attention, and they’d like to understand the context…

Envision Media Partners’, Master Communicator VR App Helps You Face Your Fear of Public Speaking
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Envision Media Partners’, Master Communicator VR App Helps You Face Your Fear of Public Speaking

Are you scared of public speaking? How do you feel about trying to cure those fears by standing on stage of an auditorium with 1000 people staring at you? Perhaps counter intuitively, such a terrifying scenario may actually be one of the best ways to overcome Glossophobia or speech anxiety. Glossophobia is the fear of public speaking…

The Brevity Remedy

The Brevity Remedy

Shakespeare said, “Brevity is the soul of wit, and tediousness the limbs and outward flourishes.” Today we quip, “Less is more.” When planning your next presentation, remember the beauty of brevity. A popular misconception is that the sixty-minute presentation is more effective or valuable than the thirty-minute presentation. In reality, large quantities of information can…