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How important it is right now to feel like there is hope for humanity! That’s one of the reasons behind The LIFT event that occurs regularly at the Arts Building in Gibsons – to feel inspired and uplifted. Another reason
In the book Blink, author Malcom Gladwell describes some fascinating research done by psychologist Nalini Ambady. She took recordings of conversations between doctors and patients, and “content filtered” the high frequency sounds that identified the actual words so that only a form
You’ve decided. You’re going in front of an audience to share your ideas, your story, your business. The first information the audience will hear about you happens before you even step onto the stage. It’s the introduction to your speech
You’ve probably heard the expression, “We teach what we need to learn.” It’s a good philosophy. As I narrowed my sights on becoming a Distinguished Toastmaster, one of my few remaining requirements was to deliver a hour long workshop. Out