Are you strong and confident inside your own home but lose your voice in the workplace? Are afraid of speaking up? Here are five top tips to getting back on track….
Stage fright paralyzes. You can’t think, speak, move or even breathe normally, according to actress and singer, Heather Stubbs. Years of stage fright damaged her singing voice, and she had to leave show business. Now, when clients tell her they’re terrified to speak in public, she don’t just sympathize. She knows in the depth of her bones how bad that feels, and she knows how to address it.
Gwyn Teatro tells us why she believes that asking for help is not a weakness – but NOT asking is!
Meet the inspiring group of women who led the 3Plus Mini-Mentoring Event in Brussels on Thursday! They did a wonderful job and the feedback has been brilliant! THANK YOU!
Don’t miss the first European Mini-Mentoring Event in Brussels….
Eilidh Milnes suggests 3 action points for 2012! How making time for serendipitous conversation with strangers and having the confidence to communicate can make a difference…
When you listen to women’s voices on the radio or television do they please you, surprise you or irritate you? It is widely believed by radio managers that the audience does not want to listen to a feminine voice. Annabel Kaye explores the tones of women’s voices …roars or whimpers?
Are people pushing your hot buttons? The good news is you can learn to stay clear and keep your cool, even when everyone around you is losing theirs – by negotiating.
Gywn Teatro tell us how we can all be going along happily and then, bam, something unexpected happens to change it all… and not in a good way. But how that can be OK. Are you wrong, but right where you belong?
Gwyn Teatro has always squirmed when asked about her passions, but has discovered recently that passion takes many forms. She calls it quiet intention.