If, like me, you’re prone to want continual improvement, you might make up stories that suggest you aren’t good enough to begin with.
If you’re trying to hedge against potential rejection or ridicule, why would you spoon feed your audience the very things you were hoping to avoid?
Roadblocks can lead to realizations about who we want to be and what we want to do.
Madeleine Albright was famously quoted as having said, “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.”
We all know the over-sharer who says too much and the type who says nothing at all. So, how to decide how much to share and with whom?
Want to get to Happily Ever After? Start by Taking Command with these 10 Commandments…
3 things you should be doing to set yourself up for success!
Storytelling doesn’t need to be scary. Here’s a simple four-step strategy (with a bonus fifth!) for effective presentations.
Stop swallowing what you truly want to say.
Stop being “sorry for troubling” someone and “just” checking in for something you are owed!