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3 Simple Ways Great Bosses Lead Their Teams

Today’s workforce knows fewer borders because working with people from all around the world is the new normal. While you may not deal with country and state borders anymore, you…

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Forget PowerPoint: 3 Ways to Make Your Presentation More Relatable

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The 3 Types of Fear That Are Hindering Your Growth as a Leader

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Master the Art of Owning the Room (It Could Get You Promoted)

Holding power in a room requires possessing a point of view. Even if you’re expanding upon and ideating live, your POV is a way to create differentiation and clarity. Too…

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3 Ways to Choose Words That Will Grab the Attention of Everyone in the Room

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Convert Your Audience: 3 Steps to Self-Aware Public Speaking

Have you ever wondered whether what you say matches your messaging about your product or service? Entrepreneurs and small business owners represent their brands every time they speak, whether in…

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Dispel the Myth of Work-Life Balance by Sharpening Your Work-Life Focus

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Master or Muppet? 3 Questions to Determine Whether a Coach Is Reputable.

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Public Speaking in Two Words: Be Direct

Making credible, direct statements and requests gives off the impression that you’re a clear thinker. Whether it’s public speaking or general conversation, people tend to prattle to be polite, to warm up,…

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Take an Audience From ‘So What?’ to ‘Now What?’ Advice From a TED Speaker Coach