Did you know that throughout the span of one day we are bombarded with 35,000 messages? Everywhere we go, anywhere we look, someone is trying to get our attention. At the same time, we also have messages we want to get across to others. I’ve read in an article that on average, an individual speaks anywhere from 13,000 to 16,000 words a day. Our world is cluttered with words.
The question is how many of our words really matter? And more importantly, do those words help us connect with our listeners or do those words impede us from really connecting?
Watch to find out how we can make sure our words really connect with others plus three ways you can connect with people in three different settings.
Here's a short highlight of the 3 helpful tips I shared in the video above:
HERE'S YOUR DREAM TO DONE ACTION STEP: Pick from one of the categories I just talked about and...
We all have that thing. The thing that holds us back from really chasing after our God-given dreams and unleashing our destiny. For some, it’s a fear of failure. For others, it’s fear of not knowing if they will be enough or if they will measure up. Yet for others, it’s the fear of rejection. More specifically being rejected or made fun of by family, friends or peers.
Don Miller says it this way: “Losing as a means to survive socially is the stuff of a sad life.” Ouch. That’s a tough statement to hear but I love how he follows this statement up by saying “It’s sad because the best thing that can happen to your friends, your family, and even your competition is for you to succeed.”
In today's video, I talk about I'm sharing some helpful tips on overcoming our fear of outshining others in order to really show up for our calling and purpose.
In the video, you heard me say, "Successful people set the...