Welcome to Episode #89 of The Daily Interaction podcast. You’ve read my posts on affirmations, such as the only 100 affirmations that you will ever need and my take on “You Can Heal Your Life” by Louise Haye, who initially inspired me to work with affirmations. [Read more…] about Episode 89: Affirmations and Blurts to Win Over the Inner Critic
Dreams, Approval and The Paradox
I wanted to make my parents proud.
We all do. Whoever denies this one is lying.
I especially wanted to make them proud on the occasion of leaving my well-paying “successful” and “oh so safe” career that I’d built over a decade following my hard-earned education to start over by pursuing this crazy, highly-likely-to-fail, mind-boggling dream of writing and building a brand and a business of my own.
Ha! That was a safe bet alright. Putting all my money on zero-double-zero at the roulette table in Las Vegas would have made a much safer bet in hindsight!
Welcome to Episode #81 of The Daily Interaction Show. If you want to be a corporate superstar and one of those “inner circle” employees, you need to understand the communication secrets at the workplace. Period.
You need to know the interpersonal communication skills that work well in the corporate culture, [Read more…] about Episode 81: 10 Secrets to the Workplace Communications
Welcome to Episode #80 of The Daily Interaction Show. In this Interactive Interview Series, I have an amazing guest with an amazing name: Mordan Mahon of Success Freaks, talking on a subject near and dear to all our hearts: dealing with fear.
The Daily Interaction Mantra: If you can communicate well enough, you can have everything you want in life!
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Are you an entrepreneur and not know it?
When I answer the question, “So what do you do?“, I rarely ever introduce myself as an entrepreneur. Because for those who don’t get it, it takes too long to explain and for those who do, well, it does not need to be said.
But still, a part of me wonders how saying the words actually feels:
I am an entrepreneur! What about you?
The dictionary, with all due respect to Webster and all, comes woefully short in giving us any clarity for the word entrepreneur. I mean, how much does “a person who organizes and operates a business or businesses, taking on greater than normal financial risks in order to do so” resemble the traits of an entrepreneur?
It sounds more like the job description of either a stock broker or a business accountant to me! [Read more…] about Are You An Entrepreneur and Not Know It? 20 Ways to Find Out