Recently I had the privilege of doing a three day course with Brian Anderson, who is a Dale Carnegie Trainer. Myself and fifteen like-minded people completed the "Skills for Success" programme. This was truly an amazing experience!
Have you ever felt that if you were not on the earth that no one would miss you? Have you ever lost your ambitions, your drive, your sense of belonging? Had no real direction in life or more importantly no purpose?
I am not sure if I am outside my comfort zone or not yet, however what a perfect place for somebody with dyslexia to be "A Toastmaster" now that I've joined they are giving me roles, this week I was asked to be "Grammarian" for the 1st time. Grammarian Being grammarian also provides an exercise in expanding listening skills. [...]
I'd like to share an experience with you that has changed the way I think about reading words in books. I have dyslexia so writing, grammar and reading isn't what I like to do on rainy days, instead watching a good movie is more to my liking.
Pay It Forward New Zealand provides information and ideas for helping others through random acts of kindness, generosity and spending time with others, including the sick, elderly and poor.
What is Blogging? (a contraction of the words web log) is a discussion or informational site published on the World Wide Web and consisting of discrete entries ("posts") typically displayed in reverse.
Networking is certainly a great way to build your business. I personally attend 4-5 networking meetings every week, so it would be fair to say I can quickly spot Networking Mongrels.
Probably the most famous and accomplished scientist of all time, Albert Einstein was the son of a featherbed salesman and his amateur violinist wife, and got poor marks in grade school.