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Simple Steps to learning more about Public Speaking

Thoughts About Snow

As I sit here this morning I am gazing out at the tree branches with their winter coats on.  I live in Canada – the land of seasons, and it seems that winter will soon be upon us.  The air … Continue reading

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#1 Best Seller

#1 Best Seller That was the result of our online campaign to launch this book.  30 women authors told their inspiring stories and I was one of them.  It was awesome to read their stories and connect with them.  I … Continue reading

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Gratitude – thoughts about being grateful

September 29th, one more day and we start a new month. It seems that the end of the month and the beginnings of the month are times that we think about what has passed and what is to come.  For … Continue reading

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Building Your Self-Confidence

Self-confidence can be the key to either success or failure in life. It can be difficult to build self-confidence. There are ways to accomplish this, however, with a few steps. Dress the part It can be easy to let your … Continue reading

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Make Your Point – Tips for Public Speaking

  Make your point – Here is a cool infographic illustrating some tips for public speaking – points to remember when presenting your speech. I’m curious as to what types of topics my readers speak on.  Perhaps you could post … Continue reading

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Choosing A New Path – Pathways

Toastmasters International has introduced a new educational program entitled “Pathways”.  It is designed to fit in more with the way people learn and work by choosing a new path instead of following the old manuals. Those who have been using … Continue reading

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Measure Your Comfort Zone

Measuring Your Comfort Zone Peter Drucker famously said “What gets measured, gets managed”. What if you could measure your comfort zone? Would this encourage more people to face their challenges and live more exciting lives? Just imagine if you could … Continue reading

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Fill Yourself With Confidence

Picture Yourself Filling With Light And Confidence  Take three deep breaths. Think of something that brings you great joy. Picture your whole body filling up with a bright glow, like a light bulb, as you think of your great joy. Repeat … Continue reading

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Age Better by Embracing New Challenges

Did you realize that embracing new challenges can help you age better? Our comfort zones tend to shrink as we get older — but if we can .  It’s easier to sit in the rocking chair, reading a book, or … Continue reading

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Expand Your Comfort Zone

Here are some ways to break out (and by proxy, expand) your comfort zone without going too far:  (from https://lifehacker.com/the-science-of-breaking-out-of-your-comfort-zone-and-w-656426705) Do everyday things differently. Take a different route to work. Try a new restaurant without checking Yelp first. Go vegetarian … Continue reading

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