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Sandra McDowell on Leading With the Brain in Mind
Being a leader can be hard. The statistics show that a majority of the workforce feels disengaged. People are not going the extra mile organizations need them to. Sandra McDowell, public speaker, workshop facilitator and author ... read more The post Sandra McDowell on Leading With the Brain in Mind appeared first on Janice Tomich.
Dream Chaser, Published Scribbler Melissa Haynes
Melissa is the real deal. I had the good fortune of meeting her because she invited me to lunch and I consider myself lucky. She calls herself a Free-Spirited, Dream-Chasing Adventure Junkie and Published Scribbler. She ... read more The post Dream Chaser, Published Scribbler Melissa Haynes appeared first on Janice Tomich.
Ashton Applewhite Ending Ageism
Activist, author, and ageism expert, Ashton Applewhite is fuelling change on what it means to be aging. She’s been invited to speak on stages around the world including the United Nations and the TED stage. ... read more The post Ashton Applewhite Ending Ageism appeared first on Janice Tomich.
Preparing for a TEDx Talk in Less Than Four Hours with Shrina Kurani
If you haven’t already watched Shrina Kurani’s TEDx talk you should. Shrina had less than four hours to prepare for her talk. I can’t even begin to imagine the pressure. But she handled the pressure ... read more The post Preparing for a TEDx Talk in Less Than Four Hours with Shrina Kurani appeared first on Janice Tomich.
Promoting Gender Diversity on Stage with Stefanie Greiser
As many of you know promoting gender diversity on stage is a subject close to my heart. It actually ticks me off (watering down my words) that in 2017 we aren’t anywhere near parity. When I ... read more The post Promoting Gender Diversity on Stage with Stefanie Greiser appeared first on Janice Tomich.
Becoming More Authentic than an Imposter with Dr.Kelly Flanagan
The imposter syndrome is something you’ve heard me speak about before on my podcast. But how do we give ourselves permission to be uncertain when we hear that inner voice that screams, “I feel ... read more The post Normalizing the Imposter Syndrome with Dr.Kelly Flanagan appeared first on Janice Tomich.
Get Unstuck from Imposter Syndrome with Tanya Geisler
You may have heard the voice inside your head before. This is the negative chatter called the Imposter Syndrome that speaks at a critical moment of change in your life. Maybe you've been asked to give a TEDx talk like Tanya Geisler was. Tanya, a talented leadership coach and professional speaker has dedicated herself to helping others get unstuck from the imposter complex. Her dedication has led her to sharing this message on the TEDxIsfeldWomen stage in her talk, Owning Our...
On Letting Go: Public Speaker Jill Sherer Murray TEDxWilmingtonWomen
Jill Sherer Murray, an award-winning journalist, marketing, blogger, and public speaker owns her incredible success to a secret she told on the TEDxWilmington stage. Her secret: The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go. Come join me as Jill shares how she went from manifesting her dream of being on the TEDx stage to preparing for her TEDxWilmington talk, and then standing on the red circle. I've got to admit that this is one of the 'funnest' interviews I have done. In this interview, you'll...
Isaac Lidsky: We Choose How Our Life Unfolds
Come join me as Issac shares how he prepared for his TED talk, how to deal with our inner critic, and how we can create our own reality in every moment. His inspiring vision has led him to be a public speaker, sharing his story among many stages. His talk at TEDSummit in Banff reached 1 million views in 20 days. Today, it has over 2.2 million views. He has also authored the New York Times Bestseller, Eyes Wide Open. Despite losing his vision at 25 years old, Issac Lidsky would no doubt...
Neil Pasricha: The Happiness Equation
Put some time aside to listen to this interview with Neil Pasricha. It's a meaty one that covers many topics that will help you create a presentation and shares insight to the happiness equation. Neil generously shares the mechanics of creating a TED talk - from managing anxiety to the rigour of practicing and challenging an audience to listen. Neil is a sought after speaker having delivered two presentations as a TEDx speaker and a New York Times best selling author. He flips the...
How Samantha Collier Prepared for Cleo Cloud Conference 2016
Sam Collier is new to speaking and her first gig was at a major conference. She was anxious about speaking and didn't know the in's and out's of navigating with event coordinators or knowing if her content would strike a chord with her audience. Sam worked hard and within five weeks we had her stage ready. Listen to Sam as she describes some of the process to create a presentation she was proud to delivery (to lots of positive feedback and applause). The post How Samantha Collier Prepared...
Speaker Coach Caroline Goyder
Caroline Goyder is a speaker coach who hails from the UK. She is the author of Gravitas and spoke at TEDxBrixton where she shared the insiders perspective of how to deliver a presentation with confidence. Her talk has now reached almost two million views. It is titled, 'The surprising secret to speaking with confidence'. It's not often we get to learn from the pros what it's like to be under the spotlight. As speaker coaches, we need to come to terms with how to manage our nerves as any...
The One TED Talk that Holds the Key to Public Speaking Genius
Inc.com: Received 28,500+ page views - July 20, 2016. As an executive public speaking coach, I’m often asked: How can I be charismatic? How do I connect and engage an audience like other elite presenters? Or, I want to have the impact of a TED Talk presenter. Can you show me how? A TED Talk I often share with my presenters is Frank Warren’s Half A Million Secrets. Along with Sir Ken Robinson and Brené Brown, the secret to Frank’s ability to draw in his audience is his charisma … read...