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4 SpaLife refers to how you should feel in your everyday life, like when you walk into a spa and felt that immediate sense of “ahh”. I want you to have that same experience walking into your home or workplace. It’s from this SpaLife place that you will create more productivity, peacefulness and profits!
 
Have you lost someone to suicide? Have you tried to figure out how you’re going to survive this immeasurable pain? Join us as we talk about my own personal grief journey after the loss of my daughter. We hope you are able to find some ideas that resonate in your own life as you process and journey through your grief. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/journeythroughsuicideloss/support
 
For professionals in a new country as immigrants or expats struggling to be visible at work while dealing with workplace culture shock. Every Sunday, I share actionable tips from my over a decade experience in multicultural teams from Europe, Asia, Middle East, North America & Africa. Also, listen to interviews from relocated professionals as they share their secrets to staying visible at work even in a new territory.
 
Jeff’s faith was grounded at an early age while being raised in an active Christian home, his dad is a deacon and his mother is an active Sunday school teacher and choir member. Jeff was saved at the age of seven and immediately followed in believer’s baptism. Since his salvation, Jeff has continually pursued the things of God with a primary emphasis upon knowing and applying the Bible to his daily life. Additionally, when the time allows, he is a self-professed “sports-a-holic.” However, hi ...
 
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"A speech is like a love affair. Any fool can start one, but it requires considerable skill to end it." - Anonymous That quote is a favorite of mine because it’s both catchy and on target. All too often people let their otherwise engaging presentations come to an unexciting and uninspiring end. Tune in and learn how you can end your presentations i…
 
Jean is an ordinary person who survived ritual and sadistic abuse. She came forward as a witness to that kind of abuse as real and to support others who have been through similar situations. Jean is working toward an LCSW which is the Licensed Clinical Social Worker so that she can counsel those who have lived through trauma. Important Topics -Her …
 
Facilitating a seminar or workshop is indeed a form of public speaking. And just like another kind of presenting, it requires its own set of skills. When organizations look to hire an instructor, they often look for those who know the science of facilitation, but only hire those who know how to use the science in an artful way. This, my friend, is …
 
Do you want your stories to be more captivating? Do you want your listeners to be engrossed, waiting and wondering how your story is going to end? If so, you want to include in your stories one vital element – conflict. Conflict isn’t the only element necessary in compelling stories, but it is the one many people leave out. Conflict creates interes…
 
Stephanie Hyde is a Jack Canfield Certified Coach of the Success Principles. The founder of the Facebook community “Reclaim your path and power for women over 40”. She helps women who have compromised their own happiness to make sure everyone else was happy to get unstuck, clear on their path and ready for their next adventure. She understands how …
 
Is your voice helping you communicate with clarity? Is it helping you influence and persuade? Is it helping you significantly increase your financial success? Is it helping you connect with people, or is doing just the opposite. If your voice is not doing what you needed to, or if you're just not sure what it does, listening as Tracy Goodwin shares…
 
As a public speaker, whether you are speaking in a meeting or on stage, you, too, need to grab your audience’s attention right at the start. Why? There are several reasons, but the greatest one is that if you don’t grab your listeners’ attention from the beginning, you will have to work especially hard to get them engaged. You might be able to acco…
 
Dr. Rose Sakuda is the founder and CEO of Dr. Rose's Secret Place. She was born and raised in Rift Valley province of Kenya. Her mission is to advocate for awareness of the problem of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and to educate the girl child. At the age of thirteen, she went through FGM and it didn't affect her until she gave birth to her first…
 
You might not be able to define it, but you certainly know when someone has it! What am I talking about? Confidence. Competence. Charisma. Authenticity. That certain something. That je ne sais quoi! Most of believe that those who have it were born with it. Well, if you believe that, then you want to listen is as my guest, Evelyne Brink, talks about…
 
Many speakers give little thought to Q & A sessions … and that’s unfortunate because what’s often looked at as an inconsequential way to end a presentation could be viewed as a significant opportunity to clarify and share more ideas. Takeaways - How to make your Q & A sessions much more productive - Where to include Q & A in your presentations - Ho…
 
Craig Brown has served as the Recovery Pastor and Director of Celebrate Recovery at Church of the Redeemer in Gaithersburg, MD, since 1999. In his 20+ years as a Recovery Pastor, he has helped thousands of people, including business owners and professional leaders, to find the freedom from shame and the healing in Christ that delivers us from pain,…
 
The world of public speaking has continuously evolved over time, and probably never substantially in as short a period of time as it has during the pandemic. So, it’s no surprise that many professional and aspiring speakers are wondering how to be most effective. And that is exactly what Rael Bricker, a certified speaking professional, is going to …
 
Do you want to have more confidence in yourself and your presentations? You can! Listen in to this QuickBites episode (less than 5 minutes) and learn the secret. When you do, you'll be as confident as a bird landing on a branch.Peter George
 
Dr. Lee Benton wears many hats. She's a film and TV actress, and you can check out her IMDB to see her latest films. She just signed to play a role in another faith-based movie. She has a worldwide ministry, Lee Benton Ministries International, which includes her LA-based monthly church. On top of that, she is an Award-Winning producer of the TV Sh…
 
The fear of public speaking is so pervasive that many, if not most, books on pubic speaking include a chapter on the subject. But Mike Acker’s book, Speak with No Fear, is different. It focuses only on the fear of public speaking and how to move beyond it so you can accomplish what you want in life, even if it’s not standing in front of an audience…
 
What do you think about preparation? Well, I don’t know about you, but I wasn’t a fan. Why? Oh, let me count the ways … It’s time consuming … I have a lot to do, and preparation for those things takes up precious time. It’s not fun … Let’s face it. It can be pretty boring. It’s not the sexy part of anything, especially public speaking … I want to g…
 
In 2002, Susan founded Savvy Interiors, an interior design firm with its own general contractor license. This talented, fun-loving company caters to discerning clients across the SoCal region with award-winning service and innovative design. Susan is a straight-shooting, fast-paced award-winning creative, who’s all about making life an adventure. S…
 
You may ask yourself what a former stuntman, fight director, college professor, and motivational speaker can do for you. Ok, you’ll probably never ask yourself that question, but you do want to know the answer. My guest in this episode, John Davis, speaks to companies all over the world, empowering their teams to awaken their "inner action hero" so…
 
I can’t count how many times I’ve been asked, “Am I supposed to memorize my presentation?” My standard -- and slightly confusing -- answer is, “No … and yes … but mostly no.” Let me explain. Memorizing your entire presentation is not recommended, nor is it reasonable. In this episode, you learn: - which elements of a presentation should be memorize…
 
Trish Steele, Founder & CEO of three non-profits charities called Women Crowned in Glory-Safe Passage Heals and Time2Heal. She is an author, model, beauty consultant and spokesperson. Trish brings great awareness to the issues of domestic violence, and she is a great example of how an abused woman can be restored to start a new life of success. Tri…
 
If speaking in public is the greatest fear, then speaking on TV must be off the charts. I have seen many experienced speakers freeze when that little red light comes on. Heck, many years ago, it happened to me. It was my first time on TV. I was a guest on a Miami morning show. I didn’t necessarily freeze, but let’s just say it wasn’t be best public…
 
A key tenet of sales is to make it easy for your prospective customers to buy from you. Making the process too convoluted, it’s believed, increases the likelihood that they buyer will become confused or frustrated and ultimately opt out of the buying process. The same is true when it comes to public speaking. If we, as speakers, confuse or frustrat…
 
How to Create a Social Impact - with Tracy Melchior Tracy has had a successful soap opera career with contract roles on Aaron Spelling's Sunset Beach, One Life to Live and the global phenomenon The Bold and the Beautiful. Currently, Tracy can be seen on the new BET hit series Games People Play with Lauren London. And in the beauty campaign for the …
 
Public speaking may not be the greatest fear in the world, but it certainly scares a great many people. Some get nervous when presenting to large groups, while others break into sweats at the mere thought of speaking to even a small group. But as my guest, Frances Cahill, will share with you, it doesn’t have to be this way. You can be more comforta…
 
Cheryl Herrick is a serial entrepreneur having lead organizations in several markets including medical devices, apparel, and the automotive industry. Her two latest initiatives are providing motorsports events for Military members with PTSD and other wounds of war, and a startup offering new technology homes for the affordable housing crisis in our…
 
How to Speak Your Truth - with Kimberlin Brown Pelzer Kimberlin Brown, the actress better known as Sheila Carter on the Bold & the Beautiful and Young & the Restless. She is also a businesswoman that employs over 150 people, farmer of avocados, philanthropist, and the list goes on and on! Important Topics -On her villainous role and what she learne…
 
There is no doubt about it, we live in a video world, and that’s a scary realization for many. The thought of seeing themselves on screen — or even worse — others seeing them on screen — makes their hearts pump faster, causes them to sweat, and … well, they react in the same way as someone who is afraid of speaking public. Thankfully, there are peo…
 
Alec Stern is an entrepreneur, speaker, mentor, and investor. He has become known as "America's Startup Success Expert" for performing hundreds of keynote speeches worldwide at top conferences. He's been a co-founder or founding team member of 8 startups with 5 exits - 2 IPOs and 3 acquisitions. As a primary member of Constant Contact's founding te…
 
When it comes to any art or science, there are certain things that establish a foundation … that you absolutely need to know. In this episode, speaker, coach, and author Tyler Foley shares with you 5 insider tips that you, as a speaker, need to know. In this episode - Where stage fright come from and how you can get over it - Why storytelling is so…
 
In today's 200th special episode, it's going to be just you and me. You may have wonder, what is SPAlife anyway?! You just heard me say the S. P. A. stands for Seek Power Always. However, many of you may not know what that really means. I'm going to share with you its origin, how I used it, how my clients have used it, and how you can use it as a l…
 
When we think of public speakers, we might not include teachers, but we should. Teachers present more often than those in just about any other profession. They present to their major audience — their students — five days a week for three quarters of the year. On top of this, they often present in meetings — whether it’s school related or otherwise.…
 
Brenda is an internationally award-winning human resource professional and crisis management expert. She has been featured in Forbes and Inc. Magazines. She works to help develop rising HR Professionals and business owners. She shows them how to sort through chaos and identify the best people solutions for their companies. Important Topics -How she…
 
When it rains on someone’s wedding day, they tell the bride that it’s a sign of a long and happy marriage. I don’t know how much brides believe this old wives tale, but perhaps it provides some solace when the weather on their important day isn’t exactly what they had hope for. Likewise, people tell introverts that they have an edge when it comes t…
 
Kristi Wells is the CEO and co-founder of the Safe House Project. She is also a wife to a 19-year navy pilot, mom to 3 vivacious kiddos, and an ardent defender of the vulnerable! This week, Kristi talks about how they built the Safe House Project and the community-based training called OnWatch. Learn more about her life strategy, some setbacks when…
 
When it comes to speaking at events, there are several ways that public speakers usually get the gigs … They’re invited. They’re hired through speakers bureaus. They respond to a call for speakers. They make the connection through their own prospecting. But there’s another way! In this episode, Rich Brooks, founder of the Agents of Change Digital M…
 
Marion is a translator of multiple languages, an art photographer and political networker. She has worked as an artist in New York City, Paris, London and Prague and she has spoken to Congress in the Netherlands. She is also chronically ill and knows exactly what it means to be stripped of all power. This is the exact reason why sometimes she feels…
 
Jessie Czebotar was supposed to be the Queen Mother of Darkness who handed over the System to the antichrist in April of 2020. This did not happen because Jessie is a warrior for The Lord Jesus Christ and has stood in her faith boldly, face to face with Satan on the battlefield from age 3 to present day. She is the author of His Kingdom Comes in Po…
 
Dr. Nido Qubein serves as president of High Point University where he has increased enrollment by 245%, grown net assets from $56M to almost a billion dollars, created six new academic schools, and attracted $500 million in philanthropic investments. Qubein has led HPU’s enrollment this year to a record-breaking 5,600 students. Even in the midst of…
 
Having your audience hear your presentation is one thing. Having people digest and process your point, and even more so remember it, requires that you simplify the complex. Listen is as presentation coach Brian Krogh shares how you can simplify complex data and make your presentations more effective and more memorable. In this episode you’ll learn:…
 
Mitzi Perdue is a science writer and a health writer as well as a television hostess and producer. Her television series, Country Magazine, was syndicated to 76 stations. Her most recent book, HOW TO BE UP IN DOWN TIMES was co-written with Mark Victor Hansen, the Chicken Soup for the Soul guy. She tells me she’s eager to share some of the tips in i…
 
This Q3 episode is with a special guest and old classmate! Folu Adeyeye is a brand marketing and digital professional passionate about marketing and innovation with a deep love for Africa. He's constantly working on exciting projects even as he leads the African Leadership University in Mauritius. We catch up on old times and also talk about Folu's…
 
Misty is a certified financial planner, certified life coach and investment advisor at Beck Bode. She helps high achieving women gain confidence and reduce stress around their finances and investing. She is also the host of the Modern Money with Misty Lynch podcast. Important Topics -On retraining our mind around money -How she became obsessed with…
 
Advancement means different things for different people.... But it also means that you are making progress and progress comes by action and action comes by doing the 3 major things we discuss on this episode. This is for you; If you feel stuck since you moved abroad and want to know where to focus your energy Know that stepping out of your comfort …
 
John Lee Dumas is the founder and host of the award winning podcast, Entrepreneurs On Fire. With over 100 million listens of his 3000+ episodes, JLD has turned Entrepreneurs On Fire into a media empire that generates over a million listens every month and 7-figures of NET annual revenue 8-years in a row. His first traditionally published book, The …
 
Never- Ever- Ever Have i heard anyone say they love failures! It is painful, it sucks, it feels defeating but it is a cycle of life and happens more often that we imagine when we are in a different country abroad!. On this episode, I speak to you if you feel the biggest risk you took moving abroad was a failure or the biggest change you've taken re…
 
Sara O'Meara and Yvonne Fedderson were just two friends and young actresses in 1959. They were performing on a USO tour in Japan when they stumbled upon 11 young orphans in need of loving homes. What happened next would take them on the lifetime journey as they dedicated their lives to fighting child abuse and neglect abroad and then in the U.S. Th…
 
Jesse Tee is a speaker, author, podcast host and he is now streaming in 12 U.S. Cities. Jesse is the founder of 46 & 2 Wealth Partners. He is a self described human optimization nerd and focuses on wellness and abundance in his fitness, businesses, spirituality, mindset and relationships. Important Topics -How he's using his podcast as a platform f…
 
Everyday work conversations should be clear, concise, and get to the point quickly. The problem is we don’t always know how to do this. Because what does it mean to be concise? And how can you summarized a complex topic in just a few lines? My guest, Chris Fenning, author of The First Minute, has the answers to these and other questions. Listen in,…
 
On this week's guest episode, I speak with David McNeill the founder of Expat Empire. Prior to building Expat Empire, David left the United States in 2014 after working in Investment Banking and and Product Management and has since lived in Tokyo, Berlin, and Porto. David started Expat Empire because he has a genuine passion for living abroad. He i…
 
Jes is a firecracker! Full of life, her stories of triumph and fierce tenacity will have you on the edge of your seat. She is a business turnaround specialist, author, consultant, wife and mother of five. Jes creates her entire life, the good, the bad, the lessons, and victories. She does the things "they" say can't be done and created systems that…
 
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