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Seven Steps to Powerful Communication

Are you scheduled to speak to a group of professional peers? Are you apprehensive about confronting someone in your family about a conflict? Have you been asked to give a presentation? Are you breathing and desire to communicate with confidence and power. If you answered yes to any of these questions, you can be confident in your ability to speak  …

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My Favorite Audience

One of the questions asked of me all the time is “What was your favorite audience?”  People wonder if it was the 85,000 men I spoke to at a Promise Keepers event, or perhaps the 22,000 teenagers gathered in Washington DC, or maybe it was speaking to introduce the President of the United States.  All those people are wrong. I …

Lions and Tigers and Bears…Oh my!

As we were driving to our beautiful mountain getaway in Colorado. My three year old Granddaughter, Jadyn asked where the cabin was located. I pointed to the mountains in this picture and said, ” Our place is located right where those five lines come down the mountain.” She stared intently at the mountains for several minutes. Then the following conversation …

What am I worth?

Every year we hold a limited attendance conference called The Summit. This very personalized conference is designed to give speakers, comedians, and other gifted artists information that will help them develop a career using their gifts or enable them to take an existing career to a new level. Two frequently asked questions are what should I charge and what am …

Leave your guns at the door!

As I post this we are just finishing our Dynamic Communicators Workshop at Glenn Eyrie in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Three days ago I asked over 90 students to keep four resolutions during the four days we were together. These are resolutions that keep the mind and heart open to learn. 1. Relax. The five days of DCW are designed to …