I have two fetishisms in public speaking: your voice and your first sentence. Let’s focus on the latter in this post.
How many times do we miss a great chance to start a great conversation? How many times do we make a comment about that stupid weather at a cocktail party? How many times do . . . → Read More: When Curiosity Meets Ethos
My mom always says that,
The whole thing about relationships in life is quite simple. People stand on pillars. The people whose pillars you heighten, they love you. The people whose pillars you lower, they hate you. That’s what relationships in life are all about.
Isn’t she right?
Think about your personal and professional . . . → Read More: Lower Or Higher, That Is The Question
Dear Friend of Charismatic Communication!
2012 has been a fantastic rhetorical ride through Europe – from Spectacular Speaking in Poznan to Wild Waters of Change in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, from Charisma Boosting in Salzburg to boosting pharmaceutical products in Barcelona.
Enjoy this summary of The Seven Minute Star activities in 2012 plus an outlook on 2013.
. . . → Read More: Annual Report of Charisma Boosting 2012
Source: Salty Seattle
Once they asked the Spanish star chef Ferrán Adrià about a visionary plate he would like to create in the future. He answered: “Hot ice-cream.”
Ice breaking at events tends to be a rather cold activity. Small talk reigns. Deep talk hardly ever happens.
Last week I participated in a spectacular . . . → Read More: Hot Ice Breaking?