Self Confidence

“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than knowledge.”

~Charles Darwin

How many people do you know who are absolutely, positively sure
of themselves, yet are about as wrong as they could possibly be? Based purely
on anecdotal evidence you could come to the conclusion that morons are the most
confident in themselves, yet geniuses are often the most doubtful about their
abilities.

Mentalist As Business Strategy Expert

What Gives You The Edge? Live performance. Every show I do is an opportunity to get real-time feedback from real-live people on what works, what doesn’t work, and what I should work on. Shows are composed of hundreds of experiments. I play with language, timing, positioning, tone of voice, physicality, scripting, lighting, information order, and […]

High Impact Events

The question is, is it positive or negative impact? Done correctly, any event you plan can help people feel appreciated, lower employee turnover, boost company buy-in, reduce liability, and foster cooperation & communication. Done incorrectly, however, it can cost you your job. Here’s a story a client of mine told me about an event of […]

How Important Is Your Holiday Party

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] It’s That Time of Year Again: Time to Plan Your Office Holiday Party Every office is different, every budget is different, and every company’s culture is different. But, there’s one thing that stays the same: The holiday party is an incredible opportunity to foster employee happiness, show appreciation, and start the new year with […]