Everyone gets nervous public speaking and presenting. Here are some tips that I have found effective to help you give better speeches and presentations happy #RollingMotivationMonday 🙂
Do you find it interesting when we want something and we have a time line that we needed it off it doesn’t show up. However, once we move on and forget about it that thing shows up and it was even better timed then we had originally planned. Patience & Timing go hand in hand 🙂
This is my 30th video in 30 days committing to this a month ago I didn’t think I was going to make so many changes personally and professionally. I’ve gained so much positive reinforcement through this process that I’m excited to see what else I can do. I want to say thank you so much to all of you that watch my videos comment, like, and share without my community of all of you this would not be possible. Thank you all!
Awhile back I did a video, it was actually a Toastmasters speech, on the chattering monkey. That voice in the back of your head that screws with your day. Well, I revisit that topic today in this video. I discuss the best strategy is knowing the chattering monkey is there and just moving forward anyway.
What wastes your time throughout the day? Don’t just think about Facebook and YouTube, think about mindset, think about having to multitask all the time, what about your phone or things you do at work… The list goes on and on. Learn to be aware of YOUR time vampires and you’ll figure out a way to stop them.
When we start getting into a new routine and we start changing habits and we start seeing positive results it can be hard to recognize when that old have it pops up and wants to sabotage. Just remember that your old habits were there for a long time and have a lot of control over you. Don’t sweat it just recognize that and keep moving forward with a new habit.
I have a tendency to overthink things and not act as often as I should. However, acting on something without a type of plan will end up getting you crappy results you need to have a good balance between action and planning.
Sometimes we have bad days and you have to be able to give yourself permission to have those bad days. You have to recognize that you’re having a bad day so that you can learn something from it, which, will allow you to grow and become the newer version of yourself. This will also help you reach your goals.