I used to be a professional stand-up comic, and I LOVED it! It gave me adulation, instant gratification, and for the few fleeting minutes I was on stage, love. However, since quitting the stage almost 4 years ago, I've only just come to realize why I started my comedy career in the first place. It's a stereotype that most comics off stage are boring, manic-depressive characters. A lot of them are well balanced happy individuals. Still, many are flawed. They lack social ski
We've all been to the seminar with a ton of PowerPoint slides. We've all read the article on 5 ways to solve something or other. We've all seen the offer for this and that. Let’s keep it simple. Let’s have a conversation about one word.
Here's how it works. Take a minute to close your eyes, be still and think about this; If you had infinite time, a completely safe space free of fear, and you felt at your most powerful and confident, what one single topic you'd like to talk