Like a good story? Better yet, how about a really good I.T. story? No such thing you ask? Believe it, and read Delivering Happiness – A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose by Tony Hsieh (pronounced Shay), the CEO of Zappos.com, Inc. This first person account of the growth of Zappos.com from the years of […]
Have you been practicing? Working on your contest speech? Did you manage to win your club, area or division contest? You probably did it one of two ways. Either you are beyond awesome, which means you aren’t even bothering to read this anyway, or you did it despite a few minor imperfections. If you were […]
Editor’s note: this post is a compliation of my notes from Lance Miller’s visit to Kansas City on 17 March 2011. 52 Toastmasters attended the 2-hour session. I’ll edit it in the next couple of days for better clarity. Lance’s site is www.lancemillerspeaks.com where you can find free materials and information. Don’t be afraid to speak […]
Whether in speaking or writing, it generally considered a good idea to be brief. I was reading The Edited Life (a blog about writing) again recently, and saw this post. You’ve heard a picture is worth a thousand words, right? Well, this good rant paints a clear picture with just a few words.
Affiliate link alert: World Champions EDGE. This link will take you to the Edge website, where you can see some free materials or sign up for just $1 for the first month. Ed Tate likes to say “Review your Keepers”. This refers to the notes you’ve taken, and he says that if you review your […]