Archive for the ‘Women’s Leadership’ Category

Do You Tongue Fu!® ?

  Do you ever find yourself tongue-tied or tongue-twisted? Would you like to know what to say  – when you don’t know what to say? I’ve created a communication process called Tongue Fu!® What is Tongue Fu!® you ask? It’s best defined by an incident that took place […]

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That’s Intriguing #93: Have the Difficult Conversation OUT LOUD – Instead of In Your Head

That’s Intriguing #93: Have the Difficult Conversation OUT LOUD – Instead of In Your Head

  “That silence you just heard was me speaking my mind.” – coffee mug slogan Did you ever watch the TV sitcom Friends? Remember Phoebe, the self-described blonde ditz who sang, “Smelly cat, smelly cat?” In one episode, Phoebe was complaining to Joey about something her brother […]

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That’s Intriguing #37: Who Says You Can’t Say Anything in 10 Minutes?

“I try to leave out the parts people skip.” – bestselling author Elmore Leonard TED is proving we can say a lot in a little – if we leave out the parts people skip. TED.com (www.TED.com – Ideas Worth Spreading) pioneered an evolutionary approach to a conference. […]

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That’s Intriguing #34: How Do I Get Investors Interested in My Venture?

“It’s not enough to be the best at what you do; you must be perceived as the only one who does what you do.” – Jerry Garcia Actually, when you’re trying to get interest from investors; it’s not enough to be perceived as one of a kind. […]

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