Episode 018 – Speaking Changes Things

 

In this episode, I share some thoughts on dream selling, wrestle with the question of who we really are, challenge you to get your inbox to zero, and give insights on how becoming a better speaker can enhance your personal and professional life.

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Episode 017 – Before You Tear It Down

In this episode, I share some thoughts on Christmas lights and respect, honoring things before you tear them down, the link between creativity and breaking the rules, and my course to help you become a better speaker.

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Episode 016 – Ignore The Comments

In this episode, I talk about how I almost ruined Thanksgiving, why typical Black Friday shopping puts the right effort in the wrong areas, what I learned from a friend’s viral YouTube video, and how a college basketball game is a great example of never giving up.

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Episode 015 – How To Say Thank You

This episode is all about gratitude. I chat about what gratitude looks like when it goes viral, read some podcast reviews, share 8 tips on how leaders can show appreciation, and your opportunity to get my free leadership training in 2018.

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Episode 014 – Is It Really Too Late?

In the episode, I give a book recommendation, talk about why it might now be too late, share highlights from the Maryland DECA Conference, share a resource for taking action in 2018, and give some tips on how you can position yourself to use your story to help others.

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Episode 013 – Missing The Moment

In this episode, I talk about not capturing the moment, the danger of not reading the fine print, why your environment is key to your success, and how you can get a copy of my New Year’s Action Guide and my new devotional book.  Continue reading “Episode 013 – Missing The Moment”