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THREE BETTER ALTERNATIVES TO WINGING IT
Body Language / Communication / SPosts

THREE BETTER ALTERNATIVES TO WINGING IT

On the Fly Tips for Public Speaking By Kerri Garbis, CEO Ovation    You’ve got a presentation due. Soon. Like real soon. Have you put in your prep work? Have you been procrastinating on researching and writing up your talking points?  Or…are you just going to ‘wing it’?  Winging it, […]

The Power of the Silent Conversation
Body Language / Business / Communication / Leadership

The Power of the Silent Conversation

Job Interview? Get an Unfair Advantage – See What Employers See by Debbie Silverman Did you know you have about 7 seconds to make a great first impression? “Within those 7 seconds, a potential employer will size you up to see if you “fit” in their club or organization” says, […]

Look Before You Leap
Body Language / Communication / Mental Health

Look Before You Leap

The following is an Excerpt from  The Muse Process: Unleashing the Power of the Feminine for Success and Fulfillment by Barbara Cox Anger is often responsible for letting us know when our boundaries have been crossed, when our values are at risk, or when we are not being true to […]

Learning How to Say No
Body Language / Careers and Work / Communication / Influence / Managing Stress / Relationships

Learning How to Say No

You want to be helpful at work. People come up to you and ask for your help all the time. Your boss gives you tasks because she knows you’ll get the work done on time. Your colleagues hit you up because you are one of the most knowledgeable people. The […]

A THANK YOU TO DANCING (AND MY BODY)
Body Language / Exercise Plans / Health & Wellness

A THANK YOU TO DANCING (AND MY BODY)

by Carolyn Busa At 5-years old I mimicked my sister’s hitch kicks to New Kids on the Block. At 9-years old I joined my first jazz class. My senior year I danced to Kanye West so hard in my parent’s living room that my knee popped out of place causing […]

How to Use ‘Reframing’ to Reimagine Failure
Body Language / Communication / Leadership

How to Use ‘Reframing’ to Reimagine Failure

Neurolinguistic programming is a popular set of tools that are often used in therapeutic and sales settings. While it has some similarities with psychotherapy, it is not recognized as a branch of psychology and is in fact generally regarded as a ‘pseudoscience’ with no scientific backing and not based on […]

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