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Now, what was I doing standing outside a seminar room this week, with my hands on my hips, breathing deeply? I was practicing a new technique, before entering to practice a pitch to a roomful of entrepreneurial women in Inverness, with a new organization, Investing Women.
Bonnie Clarke of Badenoch and Clark was one of the speakers on the seminar and told us about my gift to you today – this inspiring video by Amy Cuddy. It’s a TED talk, 20 minutes to watch, and it will change your perception of yourself, change how you present yourself, and change your life – if you let it!
So even if you think you haven’t got 20 minutes to watch it right now – I dare you to take the time anyway, it will be worth it! (And then you can practice how it feels to stand with your hands on your hips for 2 minutes and see what happens!)
Let me know what you think – leave your comments below.
Emerging from the burrow where I feel I‘ve been for the last 18 months while dealing with my husband’s illness and subsequent death, I have discovered that I’m no longer a match with my business.
Yes, The RichThinkers I set up over 5 years ago got stunted in its growth when I entered that burrow, which of course I didn’t realise as I was head down, being a carer, then feeling full of grief and finally doing my best to cope with learning to live alone after 20 years of marriage.
But I’ve moved on a bit now, and I’m poking my head out of the burrow, having a good look around, and I’m seeing the landscape with new eyes. The air smells different; what I see, although it appears to be the same, is perceived differently.
In fact, everything around me just feels different.
Clearly I’ve outgrown RichThinkers in some way. But when you’ve outgrown your business, what do you do? Continue reading →
This week I have given two local talks, one called ‘I Love Money? (with a question mark because I’m asking people if they do indeed love money) and the other about thinking rich in a recession. Continue reading →
Earlier this week I gave a talk to the Moray Women @ Work branch of the WEA.
It was all about how thinking rich could give you a good experience in your daily working life. At least, that was what it was supposed to be about!
Within the first ten minutes I realised I had made some assumptions about this group of women which were not being borne out. What’s more, the talk I had prepared wasn’t going to address their needs! Continue reading →