Today, I’m posting a link to an interview I did with Tom Catalini, writer, speaker and coach on matters IT, especially where humanity and technology collide. We talk about how to prepare for a meeting — whether you’re the boss or a participant — how to connect with an audience even if the topic is […]
Entrepreneur and adventurer (I love that self-description) Rodolphe “Rudy” Dutel got in touch with me to help him kick off his new blog on self-improvement, Karma, and yes, adventures. I think I checked the self-improvement box, since the discussion was all about storytelling, rehearsal, the career of professional speaking, and other public speaking mysteries. We […]
For my blog post today I’m linking to a video crafted by my good friend and fellow coach and blogger Conor Neill. In it, he tells the story of famous violinist Joshua Bell playing in the subway and being ignored by hundreds of people walking by, despite the fact that he played to a sell-out […]
I let the doctor talk me into a flu shot during my annual physical this week, and I’ve had a bit of a reaction to it. I bled, my arm swelled up, and now I’ve got the mini-flu. So, needing a laugh, I am thankful to friend and great speaker Micah Solomon, guru of customer […]
From a keynote speech given by Nick Morgan to the ICCFA “Open vs Closed Gestures” – Dr Nick Morgan explains why a simple gesture can ensure that you communicate effectively with an audience – or prevent any communication from taking place.