Following rules and listening to conventional wisdom has placed us in a box our whole lives. However, there’s really only one rule we have to follow in order to break out of this box and live up to our full potential. Stuart sheds light on how following this simple rule can help change your life.
Tell me in the comments below how you've broken the rules in your life or how you're going to from now on?
Stuart gives some sage advice to those who want to become public speakers, as well as four practical tips to get you started. These four simple pointers can help you become a confident and compelling public speaker and capture the attention of any audience.
Do you have your own great tips on public speaking? Share them with us in the comments below.
What’s the difference between conversations and powerful conversations? Stuart explains and gives advice on the five things you can do to create powerful conversations. Plus, he imparts some tips on how to ask good, meaningful questions.
How many chit-chats have you had about "nothing" today?
Stuart uses the analogy of “going around an onion” to illustrate how meaningless conversations stop people from making real connections and why we should try to get to the core of the onion, instead of going around it.
Challenge yourself: the next time you're having a short conversation about nothing, try asking a meaningful question and see how it transforms your connection with that person. Let me know about your experience in the comments below.
Even before you step into the room or say "Hello", you may not realize you're already making the biggest mistake people make when trying to connect at networking events. Stuart explains how changing one simple thing can make any event and connection a useful one.
Have you made this mistake in the past? In the comments below, tell me how you're going to make this simple change.
Having a book in a major bookstore isn’t always a surefire way to become a best-selling author. Find out what does get books flying off the shelves and how to get people to dedicate the time to read your book.
Are you a published author? In the comments below, share your insights on this topic with me.
When building a personal brand, there’s one simple way people can help solidify their brand and establish a powerful public image. And, while everyone needs a brand on the Internet, you’ll learn why personal branding goes beyond the World Wide Web.
What challenges or lessons have you learned while building your personal brand? Share your advice in the comments below.