The Single Best Way to Make Yourself Feel Miserable

Have you ever felt really really really good? I bet you have for at least a few moments in your life experience. If not, don’t call or email me (just in case your condition is contagious.) But keep reading. ūüėÄ During my exercise routine today it downed on me that the reason why racing horses have blinders on is so that they are not distracted by everything going on around them. All they have to guide them is their jockeys. The horses¬†that win the most races are the ones that are ridden by the most experienced jockeys. Experienced jockeys know Continue reading The Single Best Way to Make Yourself Feel Miserable

My Experience at the LACE Training – January 10, 2015

Two years ago, in January 2013 when I attended my very first Founder’s District LACE training event, I was impressed with how much knowledge and experience the presenters had. Without any reason (a that time) to do so, I saw myself as one of the presenters. I felt it would be a great privilege and honor to be given such responsibility. I did not embrace the thought, but did not reject it either.¬†That thought was echoed by my friend Nadine Nofziger. Nadine had already had the privilege¬†to share her knowledge and experience as a presenter at a¬†LACE training event. As Continue reading My Experience at the LACE Training – January 10, 2015

Lessons From the 365 Days of Public Speaking Project

It’s a wrap for the 365 Days of Public Speaking Project. 136 YouTube videos later, I can say that it has been a great experience. The original idea was to produce content daily on a subject¬†I love, public speaking.¬†When I started the year my ambition was to create one 2 to 5 minutes video and publish on YouTube.com under the channel I had created for the purpose. The channel is accessible here:¬†http://www.youtube.com/user/365dps The project was not successfully completed. I stopped recording¬†after the 136th video. There are many reasons why I stopped, and reflecting¬†about the experience allowed me to draw the Continue reading Lessons From the 365 Days of Public Speaking Project