Posts tagged Divergent Thinking
Be More Dory — Become More Resilient!

I was, unusually for me — an improv teacher trained to embrace failure — facing that split in the path between success and ‘must try harder’— that point where you’d wish you’d packed some extra ‘resilience energy’ bars.

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It’s a Family Affair...

In a recent Forbes article it states “A study at Texas A&M further reveals that family-owned businesses beat other firms in revenue and employment growth and have a longer-term view of investment; they’re more stable, and inspire more trust and commitment in their employees.”

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Do You Get Stage Fright?*

Remember: everyone gets physical nerves. Your aim? Look confident so the audience trusts you. The audience want you to look confident so they can relax and listen properly.

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