Career Goals For 2018

Well, this is the big one! I mean there's Tedx, working for companies (on my own contracts), there's the podcast, Herbalife, YouTube, selling things on my website, business cards, meetings, presentations.  Omg! I mean I really need to thing and plan this one out thoroughly. Podcast One of the biggest goals of course for this... Continue Reading →

My First Tedx – Rundown & Notes

So, today marked the first day of doing my first ever Tedx on my podcast.  Here are some notes. Separation I'm trying to create a timeline from the beginning, preface, worst month, the overcoming, and then the resilience. For example, I started it off with a visualization exercise which pinpointed that sever racial issues that... Continue Reading →

Tedx – What To Wear

In my personal opinion, what you wear means everything on-stage.  I was referred a Tedx video by one of my colleagues, and although he did crack a few jokes, I couldn't take his appearance.  He was wearing about 5 different colors, spoke extremely fast, and had one of the most awkward stances I've seen on... Continue Reading →

TEDx – Getting Personal

Audiences could be warm, fuzzy, empathetic and loving; other audiences could be cold and monotonous to the point you lose inspiration in even giving a talk. If you look at comedic stand-ups (although TED is much difference from hurling jokes at people), they look at people in the audience who's enjoying their show, not the... Continue Reading →

TEDx – Common Traps of Speakers

There was a famed author at TED not too long ago who Chris Anderson was so excited to see because of his speaking capabilities. What happened instead horrified him.  This is called the Sales Pitch. If you go on stage, especially at TED, you CANNOT go on stage with intent to sale a product, especially... Continue Reading →

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