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    • 6 September
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    ADHD and the ADDERALL dilemma

    There are so many children and adults taking Adderall as treatment for their ADHD. If this is true in your world, read this slowly.  This is not anything bad or whistleblowing but something to be aware of.  Often, we take what’s prescribed even if for life without understanding the effects it may have on our …

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    • 30 August
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    Donald J. Trump couldn’t play for the Yankees!

    Donald Trump had told us previously that he was an exceptional 1st basemen with major league skills. Even if that was true (right!) and he pursued a professional baseball career, one thing I know for sure is he could not have played for the Yankees.  In fact, there are five major league baseball teams he …

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    • 2 July
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    15 Signs You Have Performance Anxiety And Don’t Realize It

    Performance anxiety aka stage fright is something I know very well. For many years my stomach would clench whenever the spotlight turned to me. After getting a handle on my own fear, I now help clients learn to communicate effectively when all eyes are on them. Facing fear is tough and you can tell yourself …

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    • 14 June
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    Resisting Doom, Gloom and Demons

    When things are going well it’s easy to be perky, positive and forward moving. However, as we all know life isn’t easy. Things go south. We feel pain People we love get sick People we love die or leave We lose jobs, pets, money And for some of us, the news isn’t helping The life …

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    • 29 March
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    When You Get Scared, Don’t Shrink, GO BIG!

    When I was studying voiceover, I took a number of improv classes. They were a lot of fun even with my horrible stage fright. All was fine, until one day we got a sign-up for a 2-day musical improv class. Hmm, how bad could it be? It was just one weekend. To this day, it’s …

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    • 8 March
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    How To Shine On Camera!

    It’s Time For Your Close-Up! Many years ago, I was taking an on-camera class as a compliment to my voiceover training.  What you learn when you train as a voiceover actor is that agents don’t just want a one-stop shop. They really want someone that can do voiceover, print and on-camera work. So even if …

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    • 17 February
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    How To Process Your Feelings

    “Anger, without exit, is poison.” ~ Mary D. Unfortunately it’s been another tragic week. So much has been written, posted, discussed on the topic of gun violence and yet it continues to happen. If you’re feeling depressed, overwhelmed, consumed with rage, or all of the above, you may need a way to process and articulate …

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    • 23 December
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    Let’s Ban “How About This Weather?” Small Talk Topics To Jump Start Any Conversation

    As you know, the holidays are full of parties and family/friend get-togethers. But sometimes just the thought of starting a conversation with new people can make me want to head straight for the bar and the nearest wall (preferably by an exit). I used to think that I was the only one that found small talk anxiety …

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    • 28 November
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    If I were CEO of (say) Citigroup

    If I were CEO of (say) Citigroup, today would be a good day to surface. Today would be a good day to (well) lead!  Today is a good day to step up and address (at least) 3 topics that seem to be in the news all day long;  discrimination, deregulation and tax reform. BTW, no …

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    • 17 November
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    Emotional Capitulation

    Is it time for an Emotional Capitulation? Capitulation as defined is the action of surrendering or ceasing to resist an opponent or demand. Opponents and/or demands come in many flavors; friends, lovers, family, neighbors, co-workers, strangers, priests, pastors, rabbi’s, elders, authors, speakers and trainers (like myself) and anyone else I simply forgot to list.  Oh …

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