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Stop Asking Stupid Questions

“The only stupid question is the question you don’t ask.” What a stupid phrase. There are absolutely stupid questions that people ask of one another every day. It doesn’t mean that the people asking the questions are stupid, but that they have fallen victim to doing what everyone else does and conform. I’ve found as […]

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Where’s The Communication?

In any business, interaction with customers and clients is critical. Though I do my best, I find that a lot of the interactions I both on this blog and on social media is one-sided. Unlike my live events where the audience plays a huge role in the direction a keynote or a training will take, […]

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Video: The Power of Simple

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The Power Of Simple

On Friday, I posted a blog titled The Recipe For A Great Life. It was a recipe shared with me by someone at an event who learned a valuable piece of wisdom for living a great life: Find someone to love, something to do and something to look forward to. Since hearing it, I’ve made […]

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The Recipe For A Great Life

You never know when you’re going to get a piece of life-changing advice. I’ve found that when it comes from an unexpected source, it’s usually the most profound. That’s certainly the case with the words of wisdom I picked up after a keynote speech I gave a conference. After my talk, I was hanging out […]

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Declare Your independence

In the blink of an eye, we’ve arrived on the 4th of July. It seems as if it were only yesterday that people (not me) were complaining about our “Endless January” but the time has come once again to celebrate our nation’s independence. Without question, my favorite part will be watching 1776 with my family […]

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Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

There’s a fear that cripples many potentially great speakers that no one really talks about. It’s not the fear of public speaking, that gets plenty of attention. It’s a deeper, more difficult fear that’s holding most of us back. A fear that I know all too well; the fear of not being good enough. Before […]

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I Was Wrong

It doesn’t happen often, but every now and again, I will admit that I’ve been mistaken. Notice I didn’t say that it doesn’t happen often that I’m wrong, it’s that I only admit it every now and again. This is one of those times.  For years, I used to think that one of the worst […]

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Invest In Yourself!

Through my work as a trainer, I’ve had the opportunity to interact with thousands of people in the last year who are looking to improve their communication skills. People from all walks of life, in every industry who want to be better understood and have their message received. Some of these people have some really […]

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Optimize Everything

  Have you seen these studies that science have been putting out? There have been several wanting to prove how healthy foods are. There was a guy in Idaho who ate nothing but potatoes and lived to tell about it. In another one, somewhere else, a guy wanted to prove that Twinkies were safe, so […]

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