Presence Point: Mirror, Mirror on the Wall . . .

The person whose presence we admire is a mirror for us, and provides us a point of access to our own powerful presence, poise and confidence.

Quality of Connection: The Secret to Communication Skills Mastery


Our quality of connection — how connected we feel with someone — is one of the most obvious and therefore one of the most overlooked nuggets of gold in interpersonal skillfulness.

7 Ways to Get Out of Your Slump and Get Motivated Today


Maybe you had the luxury of a few days off for a summer holiday, and now you want more. And while you may love what you do, there’s something stopping you from really getting back in the swing of things…

Bad Health Signals Bad Leadership (& How to Change Your Message)

Your health matters more to your company than you realize. People are watching, worrying, and maybe even be leaving…

But What If I Lose Everything?


This question haunts the minds of many who contemplate starting a business but who hesitate to pull the trigger. It’s a legitimate concern and should not be taken lightly…

Doing Good in the World

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Doing good in the world isn’t just about big splashy projects with lofty goals — in reality, it’s more about your consistent effort over time, and staying true to your mission.

Presence Point Book Review: ‘Trust Me: Four Steps to Authenticity and Charisma’ by Nick Morgan

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Trust Me: Four Steps to Authenticity and Charisma by Dr. Nick Morgan is a must-have for anyone who wants to be a more effective, persuasive, influential & powerful communicator.

‘The Art of Choosing’: Too much choice?


In the face of daunting decision to be made, and an overwhelming amount of information at our fingertips, we must learn to be choosy about choosing.

Presence Point: Get On The Ball

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Literally. Grab a large stability ball. Sit on it and bounce for 15 – 20 minutes. Why would you bounce on a ball? Read on to find out!

The 3 Components of Powerful Appreciation

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Gratitude keeps us connected to what is working, rather than dwelling on what is not working.