Mark Hunter from Australia is a dear friend of mine. Mark has wise hair, a wise radio voice, and the fact that he walks through life on wheels couldn’t prevent him from becoming a school principal nor stop him from winning the 2009 world championship of public speaking. Mark is like a nice Gandalf. I just love . . . → Read More: The Moment That Changed Everything
He’s one of my best friends, and I could hate him — sometimes.
I’ve known Tiho, my Croatian friend, since our university days. His family originally comes from Croatia, but he was born and raised in the beautiful countryside around Lake Tegernsee in Bavaria. Like most Croatians, Tiho is extremely cool. When he’s speaking with you, his . . . → Read More: Do It The Croatian Way*
Today, I stumbled over one of those typical Facebook posts – the 12 Laws of Karma. Karma is a topic that intrigues me, so had a look. I got stuck with the first law.
Law number one – the Great Law. The Great Law of Karma says that, whatever one puts out into the Universe will come . . . → Read More: The Ultimate Driver Of Transformation
In biology the term symbiosis means, the relationship between two different kinds of living things that live together and depend on each other. In general, it’s a relationship between two people or groups that work with and depend on each other (Merriam-Webster).
I played bullshit bingo (BSB) for more than eight years of my life. As a business consultant . . . → Read More: When Will You Start To Use Rhetoric That Rocks?
A speech without an objective is like a ship without a harbor. When it comes to persuasion, the most effective objective is a concrete action by the audience. Persuasion loves action. Persuasion needs action. Persuasion needs action like the ship needs the harbor.
In my post They will never save the world I shared insights with you about the . . . → Read More: Eleven Calls To Action