Posts by Stephen

In Praise of “Imposters” Like My Father and What They Can Teach Us…..!

In Praise of “Imposters” Like My Father and What They Can Teach Us…..!

By on Feb 15, 2019 in Blog | 0 comments

In direct proportion to our age, we are influenced by the announcers we’ve seen on television and other media. If you’re older than sixty, you no doubt remember any number of square-jawed, white guys with perfect teeth and hair and well modulated voices looking and sounding very polished. If you’re younger, things get less polished. But you’re also expected to sound...

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Minimizing Your Considerations Means Maximizing Your Effectiveness In Most Things. ESPECIALLY, Public Speaking!

Minimizing Your Considerations Means Maximizing Your Effectiveness In Most Things. ESPECIALLY, Public Speaking!

By on Jan 4, 2019 in Blog | 0 comments

In any relationship dynamic, the person with the fewest considerations about the outcome, is always the strongest force. In direct proportion to the number of things potentially at stake for any person in the dynamic, lies the number of potential weaknesses on which the other can leverage an influence. Rather than focus on the strategies of negotiation across a...

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A New Paradigm on Body Language and its Impact on The Public Presentational Dynamic.

A New Paradigm on Body Language and its Impact on The Public Presentational Dynamic.

By on Dec 13, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

“What We Achieve Inwardly, Will Change Our Outer Reality.” – Plutarch   The greatest statistical fear of most people isn’t death. It’s public speaking! If you consider that factoid, take a guess at how many fit into that category who may find themselves in a position to have to speak publicly at SOME point in their lives. They look at those...

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