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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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Practice Makes Perfect in Public Speaking

Practice Makes Perfect in Public Speaking and Presentations   Why is it that some speakers captivate our attention and move us to action, while others put us to sleep? How can you learn to be one of the good ones? … Continue reading

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Suspend Limits

Kick Start Creative Thinking By Suspending Limits   Let’s talk about suspending limits and how we can use it to kick start creative thinking. It’s a great way to start a brainstorming session, or use it on its own whenever … Continue reading

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Say Yes

Challenge Yourself To Say Yes More In yesterday’s post, we talked about taking risks and how that relates to creative thinking. Toward the end of the post, I encouraged you to take a few more risks. One way to do … Continue reading

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Open Ended Questions

The Power Of Open Ended Questions And Discussion   There’s a lot you can do to encourage creative thinking in all areas of your life. In yesterday’s post, we talked about changing the climate and culture around you, as well … Continue reading

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Journaling

How Journaling Can Help You Cultivate Positive Thinking Habits Do you keep a journal? It’s a great way to think things through and find patterns in your life. It’s a great way to record memories and personal growth. It’s also … Continue reading

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Affirmations

Affirmations Can Help You Stay On Track Creating new habits is hard. Changing your thought patterns is even harder. It takes dedication and constant reminders to make it happen. Without those, it’s too easy to fall back into our old … Continue reading

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The Many Faces of Communication

The Many Faces of Communication Facebook Messenger Instagram Snapchat Facebook Live Blogs Face Time Books Records Podcasts YouTube Text Messages Telephone Fax Telegram Handwritten note Speech Radio Email Voice mail Skype Twitter Newspaper Face-to-Face What is your favourite way to … Continue reading

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Attitude of Gratitude

Back in March 2017 I wrote about keeping a gratitude journal. I just came across this post by Felcia Slattery. “By becoming thankful for the wonderful things in our life, we invite even more of what we want to join … Continue reading

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How To Become A Better Writer

12 Ways to Become a Better Writer Are you a writer? Today’s online marketplace has a high demand for writers, but the competition is heavy, so you’ll want to be the best writer you can be. Here are 12 ways … Continue reading

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