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First, we don’t believe in re-inventing the wheel. It’s perfect as it is. Ingrid Collins explains our motives:
“Often society’s norms have been offered to you with love and care to teach you how to be acceptable to the community. Although it is important to respect the sincerely held beliefs of others, the awareness of self-knowing releases you from the views of society that do not empower you.
When you become certain of who you truly are, you can be present in the world with confidence. The way you see yourself is the main determining factor of the way others will perceive you. If you enter a room feeling that you are not worthy of being noticed, people will often behave as if you were invisible. People who enter a room feeling confident project energy, causing others to turn around and acknowledge their entrance.”
In other words, we believe you already have it in you to stand out from the crowd. Our mission is simply to help you be the real confident you when public speaking, presenting and pitching.
We’ve been considering the importance of rapport over the past month or so. So here are a few thoughts on what you might need to avoid if you’re seeking to establish a real connection with your audience. 1. I, me, you or we? I was having a chat with someone who sits on a lot [...]