This omnipresent emotional response is universally shared by everyone in one way or another. You can learn how to harness this useful resource by simply using your imagination in a more meaningful way. Listen and follow the principles of sports … Read More
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Power Voice: part 3 of your Pre-Speech Routine for fear of public speaking. How can we use the power of our voice to add gravitas to the overall communication? Watch this video for a couple of examples of this…..then practice!
Ive been writing and talking about the relationships and conflicts within for awhile, the connect between the conscious and unconscious, the rational and irrational, the practical and emotional pieces of who we are. A wonderful metaphor to understand and work … Read More
I love food, let me say that again – I love food. The only thing I love more than food, is someone bringing me my food! The holy grail of the dining experience for me is 3 fold: Great food, … Read More
Unhelpful Rules & Perfectionism: Although many rules are healthy and useful, unhelpful rules are inflexible, rigid, and unreasonable. Rigid rules and inaccurate assumptions can cause people to hold unrealistic expectations about themselves and others, which if unmet may bring about … Read More
Bo Burnham is a young talent musician, comedian and performer. He is one of my Heros! Warning: Some strong language in this performance. I would encourage anyone to watch more or all of his work. It can be found on … Read More
Perfectionistic Thinking: Usually to attend to and interpret things according to what we expect. Perfectionists tend to pay attention to any evidence that they are not achieving so they can correct these immediately. Perfectionists also have an extreme view of … Read More