Feeling embarrassed is no fun. In this brief video I talk about what just might cause it and how to prevent yourself from feeling embarrassed the next time the opportunity occurs.
Here’s something a little different: a radio interview with my good friend, L. Jaye Bell. I was delighted to be L. Jaye’s first guest in 2013 on her program Destination Maine. I hope you’ll enjoy listening. I see it’s not showing up as a link, so please copy and paste it!
Best wishes for a productive and stretching year ahead,
Criticism aimed at us or our work can be tough to take. Sometimes, though, the person doing the reviewing may not be such a great source. In this short video, I’ll share a couple of stories of critiques that weren’t worth the ink it took to write them, and offer a few thoughts about how to deal with other people’s assessments of us.
Have you ever done something that set you on a course of panic and frustration? When I couldn’t find my car in a parking lot, I let myself meander mentally in ways that didn’t help. This video tells you the simple way I changed my mind (and found my car!).
Spontaneity. Naturalness. Freedom. Trust. Thinking in the moment. Responding.
Life is an improv. In this brief video, I share some thoughts on the value of improvising.
Feeling scared about presenting isn’t uncommon. This short video offers a fresh way to look at and overcome scary stuff so that you can present with confidence and clarity.
I learned a lesson about how (and how not) to view my audience: