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Yearly Archives: 2017

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How To Cope With A Christmas Crisis

By |December 15th, 2017|Blog|

They say that moving home is the 3rd most stressful event we will ever face in our lives. However, come December 23rd, many of us will have superseded this level and some. Whether it’s last minute presents, last years’ wrapping paper or that pitiful last turkey on the shelf, we all need help coping with [...]

Is Stress Really a Killer?

By |December 10th, 2017|Blog|

Whilst 21st Century living undoubtedly seems to generate stress via pressure, problems and expectations, it begs the question is stress really a killer? It's officially, the most stressful time of year right now and the everyday anxieties and difficulties we face seem to increase ten fold at Christmas time. Admittedly, a lot of Christmas stress [...]

Why Cheeky Works in Presenting

By |November 24th, 2017|Blog, David Hyner|

Presenting in front of an audience can be terrifying. It can also produce an adrenaline rush akin to skydiving off the Burj Khalifa ( so I've heard ). However you embrace your particular style of presenting, there are definitive methods that work to ease interaction with your audience. Adding humour and using props correctly can [...]

Show Your Audience Their Pain

By |November 15th, 2017|Blog|

In facing our fears, we are taught that fears are NOT weaknesses and by learning to deal with them we can strive to become achievers, not almost rans. Can the same be said about our limitations? I believe that if you show your audience their pain, the trepidation surrounding those fears and limitations is open [...]

Using Props for Impact

By |October 28th, 2017|Blog|

Getting the balance right between speaking and entertaining can be made easier by using props for impact. As well as understanding the audience, marking out the stage and learning those lines, a slick, confident use of props can keep people engaged for longer. https://youtu.be/8SB-zQKtRjQ Not all props have to be akin to a magic trick, [...]

How To Add Humour To Presenting

By |October 6th, 2017|Blog|

Anyone who's ever had to give a best man's speech will have spent many a fretful night wondering how to add humour to their speech. Humour invites people in, it makes them feel included, gives a great first impression and it can break through a difficult icy crowd- when done right.   https://youtu.be/QX5BJspenS4   Adding [...]

The Consequences of Playing Small

By |September 30th, 2017|Blog|

"Reach for the stars" is a phrase more commonly bandied around the entertainment industry, but there is much to learn from the ethos of it. The consequences of playing small are all too prevalent in life, business and self improvement. We constantly criticise ourselves and shy away from 'putting our head above the parapet', even when [...]

Creating Energy in a Conference Room

By |September 27th, 2017|Blog, Uncategorized|

For those of you who ARE accustomed to public speaking there can be nothing worse than a lukewarm reception from a half hearted audience, or a dull, lifeless conference room. So how do you go about creating energy in a conference room? That's easy- “Let’s Go Rhino”! By shifting from cow to rhino through anchoring [...]

Getting to Grips with Online Training

By |August 30th, 2017|Blog|

In our last post we saw how online training is becoming the differentiator between career advancement and career regression. It's the way forward and getting to grips with online training isn't difficult. Is E-Learning Replacing Classroom Learning? The facts and figures highlight that the popularity of e-learning shows no sign of slowing down and in [...]

The Future is Online Training

By |August 25th, 2017|Blog|

Building the ultimate career can require several layers, one being ongoing education or training. With our busy work and social lives the future is definitely heading towards online training. With many of us striving to achieve the perfect balance of home and career, online training offers the flexibility that has become a prerequisite in modern [...]