Speaker & Public Speaking Coach. I'm one of the public speaking coaches in Central Oregon. If you are looking for help with public speaking and wondering how to find a good public speaking coach, I'm happy to talk with you on the phone. I help people to deliver memorable speeches
You know, more than anybody else, what you are truly capable of. Yes it’s a journey to close your performance gaps but it’s one that I’m asking you to take a stand for. That’s self-leadership.
Between my violin career and my speaking career, I’ve made hundreds of videos. There’s nothing more confronting than seeing yourself on video!
I’ve put a lot of videos out there of me in my B & C-Game knowing that sometimes imperfect action is better than no action. I put those videos out there knowing that I’ve said “yes” to the A-Game journey.
Last week, I put together an A-Game video (it’s my demo). I felt very emotional as I was making it. I knew in my bones it was going to be an important video. I felt vulnerable about exposing my inner secret publicly on video: what I know I’m truly capable of.
The growing pains were worth it.
So if you do find yourself in your C, D, or F-Game, take a look at how you are leading yourself.
Are you leading yourself or avoiding the journey?
Are you taking imperfect action as part of the journey?
Are others starting to see what you’ve know all along: what you are truly capable of?
If you heard a violinist perform without heart, you would describe them as not being engaged, not showing up as a leader, and in need of some serious performance improvement.
In this DisruptHR talk, as a retired concert violinist I will show you how to “get into” your work like a musician “gets into” the music. You’ll define how you engage, lead and perform at your peak and then activate that in your heart where the electromagnetic field is 60 times greater than the brain.
Like an individual employee, an individual musician in an orchestra is limited but the collective creates outstanding results when everyone is engaged, leading and performing at their best. How can businesses experience off the chart results if each individual got out of their head and into their heart?