Proven techniques from one of my favorite gurus. There Marie! You rock, as usual.
This amazing woman is one of the raisings starts in the world of e-marketing, besides of been very young, funny and inspiring. In a classic post, Marie Forleo shared a story about her rush in creating a webinar for another great coach, and the clues behind her success on this task. Despite her lack of time to prepare and deliver, only 4 hours, by following the 4 steps described below, she was able to present to a group of key clients, with high quality and in a relaxed way. ...continue reading "Do more in less time"
The Disney-Pixar movie “Finding Nemo” is the story of the search of a fish-father, Marlin, for his son, little fish “Nemo”. At the end, as you might suspect, if you didn’t see or remember the movie, the father-son reunion happens. And it is through curiosity, and investigative inquiry, that Marlin is able to identify the place where his son was kept captive, the best route to get there and the sea-people that may help him. Not bad for a cartoon-fish, right? Imagine what humans can do by asking questions! ...continue reading "Ask a lot of questions: Be afraid of not to"
When my husband and I decided to emigrate from Venezuela to the United States, we thought we had everything covered. From our friend’s experience, we thought we understood the challenges, the long list of things to decide and do in order to move, and the long term benefits for our family.
Leaving the unspeaker behind Welcome the Supra speaker!
The Supra Speaker is the personality I invite you to embrace, in order to, not only overcome your fear, but also to make you a better presenter, while enjoying the process. These are the attributes of the character: ...continue reading "Public Speaking Success series 2"
Afraid of public speaking? How to use fear as fuel.
You can overcome your fear of public speaking, by rethinking your strategy. I would like to propose an approach developed from my own experience that also uses the five steps to overcome panic attacks known as the AWARE steps, as described by Dr. David Carbonell, in his blog.
It was awesome to learn that grapevines, unlike other crops, do not require direct irrigation to flourish and grow fruits. On the contrary, in very hard and dry soil, grapevines develop long and strong roots that go through clay, rocks and all sorts of soil layers, to find nurture. Worldwide best vineyards are located where water is deepest, providing grapes with more complex and delicious flavors. Wine produced with those grapes, offer the most exciting and awesome notes, like chocolate, species and flowers. These notes of flavor are not added manually, they come in the grape’s juice that had struggled to flourish on those seemly unfertile and difficult soils. ...continue reading "Grape’s metaphor"