Category Archives: Motivation

Rebuilding after a disaster

Hurricane Sandy resulted in tragedy for many people. It’s always shocking and tragic to hear about the aftermath in these situations. But as awful as these disasters are, it’s still amazing to hear about what people are capable of when … Continue reading

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Using goal setting the SMART way

Over the last two weeks, we’ve gone over the importance of recording your goals. Now that you recognize and see how the recording of goals matter in order to help you achieve the outcomes you foresee, we’re going to move … Continue reading

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Revisiting wisdom: The Importance of Time Management

For the next few blogs, I will be revisiting a few of my favourite ‘corporate’ themed blogs. I’ve always felt how we develop our habits in the workplace is just as important as communicating on a stage, at a podium … Continue reading

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Happy World Voice Day!

Today is World Voice Day – a day to recognize living healthy and keeping our voices strong as a result. Last week we talked about what to avoid when it comes to caring for your voice. This week I’d like … Continue reading

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Expand your mind; learn a language!

Do you speak another language besides English? Have you always wanted to learn? If you have, there is endless research proving that knowing more than one language keeps your brain healthy, active and powerful. The more we know of other … Continue reading

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Fuel before a presentation: What to eat, what not to eat, and how to boost your mood

Ahhhhh cheeseburgers and fries. Delicious pastas with garlic bread. Blueberry pies and ice cream. And those funny, sweet little alcoholic drinks with the umbrellas tucked in. So good but soooo bad at the same time – and not in the … Continue reading

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Eye contact while presenting; how to use effectively

Eye contact is our most powerful tool when it comes to communication. Without it,  speeches and every day conversations will not be as potent as we want them to be. Using eye contact while speaking provides your listener with sincerity … Continue reading

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