SECRETS TO BECOMING A DYNAMIC ZOOM PRESENTER

How many of you have attended a meeting on a virtual platform? How many of you have presented at a meeting on a virtual platform? People are suffering from Zoom fatigue. Keeping them interested during your presentation can be difficult. Here’s what you can do to present a virtual workshop like an ace. THINK ABOUT […]

3 Quick Tips for Better Communication During Covid Quarantine

Here you are in 2020, exactly where you thought you’d be…right? Well, no. Unless you’re an essential worker, like the many brave medical staff, truck drivers, grocery workers etc., you are in your home. Maybe you’re alone, or maybe you’re in a house with a lot of people and pets. Your natural daily routines and […]

The Balanced Millionaire Podcast

Take advantage of your #quarantine and learn some new skills to help with communication, confidence & Likability during and after the #coronavirus #lockdown

Job Interviews in 2020: Focus on the Struggle NOT the Glory

You’re getting ready for a big job interview and you’re nervous. You’ve put on your best suit and gone over your background, ready to impress the interviewers with all of your accomplishments. What if I told you that your focus is completely wrong? YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS DON’T MATTER AND HERE’S WHY A study from the City […]

Hurry Up and…

Have you ever thought about how much of your life you spend waiting? Waiting when you’re young…to get older. Waiting to graduate, get a job,  save up enough money, fall in love… Do you remember your last trip to the doctor where you were trapped in a Waiting ROOM.  You wait –on average– half an […]

The Secret to Connection: One Question

Studies show that feelings of loneliness are more dangerous than being fat. In fact, a six year study of 2,000 people over the age of 50 found that lonely people are twice as likely to die than those surrounded by people. You might think you’re connected. You have cell phones, computer, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, […]

Why It’s Okay to Talk About Suicide and Mental Health

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.  Four years ago, I lost a close friend and colleague to suicide. I recently received an early opportunity to view The S Word, a movie I supported on Kickstarter. https://theswordmovie.com/ My friend’s name is listed at the end, on the Wall of Remembrance. The S Word is a powerful movie. […]

DEALING WITH WORKPLACE TROLLS

Trolls. They’re not confined to cyberspace. Are you having issues with someone in the workplace who also fits the definition? The word “troll” is used to describe people who sow discord on the Internet, start arguments, cause uproars and foment general discontent. In 2014, Zelda Williams, the daughter of the late comedian Robin Williams, was […]

JURY SELECTION 101: THE OPENING

Do you want to seem like an expert at picking juries…even if it’s your first time in court? Below are 3 quick tips to coming across like a seasoned professional. I recently reported for jury duty, despite knowing with my time as a prosecutor, later as a defense attorney and teaching lawyers online nationally about […]