You are still on track to reach your goals for the new year, right? Now, how about considering a tool to help you flourish not only in 2023, but also beyond? Before I introduce the[…]
Ten things I learnt at Toastmasters
A new year of Toastmasters is beginning here in France, and it seems the moment to look back on my twelve-year journey to this place of gratitude and serenity. What have been the key insights[…]
The Feedback that Should Interest You
The Feedback that Should Interest You As communicators, we crave feedback. We want to know how our message came across. How our audience reacted. And, naturally we want praise. Yet, often enough the feedback or[…]
When external factors modify your vision
Expressing your Blue vision is one of the 7 keys to colorful communication. Your vision includes your background, accent, experience, opinions and beliefs. This year new challenges like living through lockdown or dealing with COVID-19[…]
Four things horses can teach you about public speaking.
Last Sunday I had an audience of three who knew nothing about Covid-19, the right way to wear a mask or social distancing. However, they did know exactly how I felt as I approached them.[…]
Reframing a world changed and changing
The world has changed in the past three months. As we return to work in the new “normal” we can begin reframing these changes positively. I have not posted during this period because I needed[…]
Why we speak. Why we share our rainbow.
As I prepare an event for World Speech Day 2020, I receive emails from interested students who wish to participate. As the word “participate” is a broad term, I send back a questionaire which asks[…]
25 limiting beliefs to let go of in 2020 and one thing to keep
25 limiting beliefs to let go of in 2020 and one thing to keep I used to live near this alley of trees and I enjoyed jogging and walking there each weekend. In 2019 I[…]
My five takeaways from TEDxGEM
My five takeways from TEDxGEM It is no secret that doing my TEDx talk – The Seven Keys Robots are Taking From Us – in Grenoble, France has been one of the highlights of a[…]
What emotional red pain points do you solve?
What emotional red pain points do you solve? My client began with apologies and excuses why he had not done any work since our last session. No preparation of new material for us to work[…]