Cindy Allen-Stuckey, in the second of two episodes, shares how to take the next step of your own leadership journey. In the last episode, you learned the difference between a manager and a leader and you took the 1st step of your leadership journey – discovering your convictions and beliefs. So now you’re ready for the 2nd step – which is all about others. Watch this to continue on your leadership journey.
For more information visit Cindy’s website at Making Performance Matter.
Tommy Richardson shares the number 1 key tip for reducing anxiety prior to public speaking. Experiencing anxiety prior to a presentation is normal. Most of us get nervous when we have to give a speech or a presentation, even experienced speakers. Many speakers that look relaxed and confident use the technique that Tommy shares in this episode.
To get more information visit Tommy’s website at Coaching Site of the Coach…Tommy Richardson.
Jack Klemeyer shares that we use our senses to navigate through our world. Wonder what that means? Find out in this episode of The Guy To Know as Jack describes our five senses and how to use this information to figure out how someone else uses their senses to get the job done. Tune in to learn about NLP.
To get more information visit Jack’s website at GYB Coaching – NLP Secrets.
Nikki Lewallen suggests that a great way to leverage our networking time is to spend our time in speaking engagements. Public speaking helps you gain credibility while getting in front of multiple people at one time. Tune in for her four public speaking tips.
For more information visit the Rainmakers website.
Alison Martin shares her thoughts on the book by Sheryl Sandberg Lean In. Are you leaning in to your career? Are you cultivating relationships that propel you? Alison shares her passion about helping workplaces to embrace diversity. Learn how associating with Mentoring Women’s Network can make a difference for your company.
For more information visit Mentoring Women’s Network website.
Amber Sheffer provides a comprehensive list of the steps you need to take to pull off an excellent golf outing. Be the hero of your next event by following her checklist. From getting sponsors to printing and gifts, this list will help you every step of the way.
For more information and to download her checklist visit Amber Sheffer’s website at Green Bug Graphix.
Rochelle Forrest, author and show host of this motivational episode, reminds us that life is best lived with win/win strategies in place to ensure that everyone gets what they want. When you play for win/win, you begin to realize that we are greater as the sum of the whole than we are individually. Discover how to use win/win strategies in your life.
For more information visit Rochelle’s website at Create Health Naturally .
Pat Altvater shares three keys for building desire in your online video script so that your viewer will be inspired to act on your call to action. This is the “D” part of the AIDA marketing acronym. Watch this episode to create videos that connect with your viewers and motivate them to action.
To learn how to connect with your viewers visit, Create a Personal Connection and for more information about how to motivate your viewers visit Methods to Engage Viewers.
Jim Patton of Biz Success Factory describes the decision making process and explains how when you trust your gut you often come up with the best decision. Have you ever made a decision based on objective criteria that turned out wrong? That’s probably because you didn’t trust your gut.
For more information visit Jim’s website at Biz Success Factory.
Holly Kile reveals what a Virtual Assistant is and how they can help you get precious hours back in your day. If you have more things to do than hours in the day to get them done, then it’s time to delegate. Find out what is a Virtual Assistant and how you can get back to handling the revenue building activities in your business.
For more information visit Holly Kile at her website and get her VA checklist Pixie Dust Marketing VA Checklist.
Stephen Murphy shares that no matter your level of talent, you will only obtain and sustain success by being disciplined. To become more disciplined, develop it as part of your lifestyle by exposing and eliminating your excuses and keeping your attention on results. Tune in for Stephen’s tips.
For more information visit Stephen’s blog at The Amazing Gold Blog.
Tina Moe, Certified Public Accountant with A.C.T. Services-Inc provides a look at the profit and loss statement, sometimes referred to as the income statement. In this first episode of her Financial Statement Basics series, you’ll learn the components of the profit and loss statement and what’s included in each section.
For more information visit Tina’s website at ACT Services LLC.
Nikki Lewallen suggests we leverage LinkehdIN for networking follow-up since it is one of the world’s best business to business online tools. One of the biggest struggles that we all face in our networking is the follow-up so use Nikki’s tips to make it easier using LinkedIN.
For more information visit the Rainmakers website.
Jack Klemeyer shares the three things that hold us back and impact our results. Jack offers tips for recognizing the way those things manifest in our lives and how to overcome them. Get ideas from Jack in this episode.
To get more information visit Jack’s website at GYB Coaching – Limiting Belief.
Pat Altvater shares the most important component of your online video script and provides tips for creating this part of your script by using the AIDA marketing acronym. Watch this episode to create videos that keep your viewers watching.
For more information, visit Pat’s website, AFP Marketing.
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