Do you remember when you were a first grader? Take a journey into your past. Turn back the wheel of history.
You sit there with your new classmates. Your teacher, Mrs. Blackshaw, a kind middle-aged lady, puts to the test her recently acquired psychological knowledge.
She diligently draws six zebras on the chalkboard. Five of them with vertical . . . → Read More: You Are The Zebra With The Horizontal Stripes
Having read The Seven Minute Star you learned about the 15 challenging steps that turn you into a great communicator:
You smile now the way you did when you were a kid. You are passionate about the content you share with your audience. Enthusiasm flows through your veins. You make people laugh. You surprise the audience with your quotations . . . → Read More: The 16th Step
“She’s a natural, I will never be as good as her!”
“I can learn many techniques, but I will never reach that level!”
“He is a born speaker!”
Does it sound familiar to you? I heard these exclamations a lot over the last couple of years. People prefer to surrender to “higher powers” than climbing that mountain themselves. They . . . → Read More: Those 20% Make The Difference