The Lonely Extrovert, The Risk Of Relevance, And Change-Proofing The Speaking Industry With Dr. Nick Morgan

The Lonely Extrovert, The Risk Of Relevance, And Change-Proofing The Speaking Industry With Dr. Nick Morgan

  The speaking industry evolves as the world evolves. Speakers every day face a risk of relevance – a need to change with the times and make their message resonate with people. Dr. Nick Morgan, communications and public speaking expert at Public Words, has a great quote from someone he spoke with on his show, a piece of wisdom that teaches us how exactly speakers, or anyone for that matter, can adapt to and deal [...]
Prioritizing Employee Mental Health  For A More Resilient Team

Prioritizing Employee Mental Health For A More Resilient Team

Today, more than ever, we need to invest in the resilience of our people. We need leaders who are committed to creating a culture of wellness, and who are willing to champion change. We need employees who are engaged in their own wellness journey, and who are willing to support their colleagues along the way as well.

How Florida is Setting A Change Proof Example

How Florida is Setting A Change Proof Example

Climate change and the decimation of our coastlines is not a new narrative. We’ve been hearing about this since before the time of Al Gore - who remarkably stated, “We must protect and preserve our planet for future generations. Once we find the courage to change, we can create a world that our children and grandchildren can safely inhabit.” Now It’s Time For Change When that dirty word - change - comes into play, we [...]
Change Proofing: A Personal Lesson from the US Economy

Change Proofing: A Personal Lesson from the US Economy

How is it that in the midst of what feels like a recession (and is, according to second quarter numbers) that the market is going in the exact opposite direction than what we would expect? And how is it that we are seeing the housing market with amazingly low interest rates and all of the inventory being bought up the day it hits the market, with record unemployment and even city-wide vacancy? It seems to [...]