Monthly Archives: December 2012

6 Things I’m Excited About!

For the New Year that is! Things that excite me about work. About play. Hobbies. Activities. Family. Teaching. Learning. Fitness. Goals. Dreams. The American Dream. The Dream Team. New beginnings, baby! Here they are! 24/7 Training Camp! It’s finally here! Top producers from my Networking seminars have been asking me for years about a formalized […]

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The Personal Touch

OK, this never happens! It’s time to administer the final exam to my public speaking class. Of course, there’s nervous energy and tension in the room. A student that I’m going to call Jingying (because that’s her name) asks if she can say something to the entire class. Jingying is the shy, quiet type, so […]

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Networking Myths

A myth is a traditional or legendary story, usually concerning some being or hero or event, with or without a determinable basis of fact or a natural explanation, especially one that is concerned with deities or demigods and explains some practice, rite, or phenomenon of nature. I’m not really sure what any of that means. […]

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How to Network at a Holiday Party

Holiday parties are great! Whether it’s your company party, client’s gathering, association festivities or celebration with family and friends, it’s a chance to have fun and get into the spirit of things. Of course, there are also some great networking opportunities to be had. Especially if you’re an agent and looking to get a fresh […]

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