Tag: empowerment

Lessons Learned in 2013 thus far. Not what you’d expect!

I was very much looking forward to a quiet New Year’s with our dear friends Pat and Kim, up the road from us. A beautiful simple dinner, one of my favorite recipes, Rosemary Chicken with New Potatoes and Fennel, followed by watching a movie in their fantabulous home theatre, complete with surround sound and theatre… Read more »

Have You Taken Full Inventory of Your Growth in 2012?

Many years ago when I was a teenager, I worked at department store at Green Acres, a mall near my home in Elmont, Long Island. They would close the whole store for a day or two, for “Inventory Day.” We would go shelf by shelf, and manually, yes in pencil, (to help you go back… Read more »

How to Be a Better Public Speaker

10 Top Tips to Keep Your Presentations in Tip Top Shape by Lois Barth, Speaker, Coach and Trainer Facts Tell, Stories Sell– While statistics can be compelling in the moment, nothing has longer staying power than a story that houses your expertise and touches your audience’s minds and hearts.  Audiences will rarely remember what they… Read more »

Making Friends with Discipline

Making friends with Discipline One of my client’s favorite guided visualizations is the Personal Power Room exercise, where they go through this sacred palace and walk through the 7 Different Rooms that comprise their Personal Power. And while some people feel more connected with the room of Love, and another one with Lightheartedness, they all,… Read more »