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Do You Want to Live Longer, Appear More Competent and Feel Everyday as if Someone Handed You $25,000?
Ron Gutman wrote the book on smiling, and why we all ought to be doing it more often! The organizer of TEDxSilicon Valley and author of Smile: The Astonishing Powers of a Simple Act, shares incontrovertible evidence that smiling impacts … Continue reading
I’ve done a lot of videos, and it’s my guess you haven’t watched them all. So, I thought I would share the content of those videos in written form. This post focuses on understanding the purpose and components of a … Continue reading
Lately, neuroscientists have been exploring the connection between emotion and action. What they are discovering, in a nutshell, is that the parts of our brains that regulate emotions are the ones that inspire us to act. As much as we … Continue reading
For your reading entertainment, here is a collection of insightful, informative thoughts about the power of stories. Enjoy! 1. “ . . . I’ve learned from observing great leaders how often they tell stories. I don’t mean half-hour stories, but … Continue reading
This question often comes up. When you are speaking, what do you do with your hands? Or with any kind of movement? Sometimes it feels so awkward. Moving while you speak is natural. Think about it. Everyone moves at least … Continue reading
If you’re like me, sometimes, just sometimes, you forget the words you wanted to use when you are speaking or telling a story, or in my case, singing a song. In fact, I have lived in dread of forgetting the … Continue reading