Why Don’t We Talk Like We Draw?

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I just came back from an incredibly inspiring event. Together with my fellow personal growth warriors Tony Anagor and Tobias Rodrigues we had organized the third round of Pit Stop for Game Changers. What can I say… Wonderful venue, wonderful people, wonderful inspiration. Especially one workshop made me reflect.

Jürgen Salenbacher, an international expert . . . → Read More: Why Don’t We Talk Like We Draw?

Do You Serve Crappy Fast Food When You Speak In Public?

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Today, we had a special guest. For 16 years, our guest was a breeder of Golden Retrievers. Her life situation changed; she had to give up her passion. She was looking for a family for her last remaining Golden. She found us. Today, she came over to our house for lunch.

Why am I . . . → Read More: Do You Serve Crappy Fast Food When You Speak In Public?

When Will You Start To Use Rhetoric That Rocks?

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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 . . . → Read More: When Will You Start To Use Rhetoric That Rocks?

Why You?

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What differentiates you from others? Why should we work with you? Or simply, Why you?

Do these or similar questions sound familiar to you as a professional service provider? I hear them again and again. Honestly, sometimes it annoys me to start all over again with every single new prospect. What I forget is . . . → Read More: Why You?

The Value Of The Venue

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Artchimboldi, Barcelona

In October 2010 I fell in love. I fell deeply in love. I fell deeply in love with… the Artchimboldi. I’ve led corporate trainings in messy office spaces, gray meeting rooms, standard five-star hotel meeting rooms in the basement without daylight. I’ve experienced the whole range of training venues – from feng . . . → Read More: The Value Of The Venue