May 9, 2009

"Don't ever change"

How many people wrote that in your high school yearbooks? I would have to say that I probably have ten signatures each year from people who said that exact same thing. Cliché or not, it's a great suggestion!

I enjoyed this post by TJ Walker a while back and I thought I'd share it with you.

Are you concerned about your voice, your lack of polish, your lisp, your fillers, your personal style? Take a lesson from Rachel Ray and Brian Williams. As TJ says, "If you have interesting things to say and you say it with passion, you too could be the next Rachel Ray, or, speaking of awful voices, Barbara Walters."

More posts on being yourself, embracing your uniqueness and gaining confidence:

What makes you unique?

Everyone's an original

Falling in love with the real you

Who would listen to me?

Who are you trying to be?

He's no Barack Obama

Are you an entrepreneur or professional who's looking for better results from your speaking? Are you hoping to build credibility and visibility for your business or cause? Tired of just "getting by" and ready to deliver truly engaging and powerful presentations? Click here to learn about 1:1 coaching with me!

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