10 Highest Rated New Speakers

We are constantly on the lookout for new Speakers and have reviewed over 12,000 in the 15 years we have been in business. Before we add any new Speaker to our site we review their references, check out their backgrounds, and make sure they have what it takes to deliver outstanding presentations for our clients. Here are our highest rated new Speakers of 2017:

  • Bill Taylor Co-founder of Fast Company Magazine, Best-selling Author and Speaker on Business Strategy & Growth 
  • Brent Gleeson Navy Seal Combat Veteran & Motivational Leadership Speaker 
  • Chad Hymas World-Class Wheelchair Athlete & Speaker on Overcoming Adversity
  • Nataly Kogan Happiness Expert, Venture Capitalist & Successful Tech Entrepreneur
  • Dr. Daniel Kraft Stanford and Harvard Trained Physician-scientist, Inventor and Entrepreneur
  • Kyle Maynard Mountaineer, Award-winning Extreme Athlete & Best-selling Author
  • Dambisa Moyo Global Economist & Distinguished Scholar
  • Erica Orange Leading Futurist & Speaker on Global Trends
  • Neil Pasricha Bestselling Author & Speaker on Leadership Development
  • Dr. Julie Williamson Thought Leader on Business Strategy & Growth

 

7 Top Speakers on Making an Impact at Work

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Clients regularly ask us for Speakers that will inspire or motivate their people to be more productive and have a greater impact at Work. People who make a greater impact at work tend to get noticed and promoted. But having a greater impact means different things to different people. Researchers at Harvard Business School studying diaries from 12,000 work days showed that the happiest and most productive days were those marked by a sense of progress and impact. Having an impact at work is essential to a person’s sense of accomplishment; but more importantly, it re-enforces good working habits and motivates people to do even better—a win for both the individual and the organization alike. So what can you do to have a greater impact at work and get noticed? Here are some suggestions from 7 top-rated speakers on steps you can follow:

Nicole Lipkin, Author, Speaker, and CEO of Equilibria Leadership Consulting: Be a solution person not a problem person. The people that stand out in a positive, promotable way are the ones that take the initiative to figure out a better way of doing something without being asked.

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Scott Zimmer, Speaker and Generational Expert: “Start moving ahead in your career by recognizing how others approach work. Do you have colleagues or a manager who prefer to collaborate? Find ways to contribute in a positive way! Does your manager prefer to work independently? Demonstrate you can handle projects on your own with little guidance. Does your boss come from a generation where hard work equals long hours? Arrive to work before them. Think you’ve crossed everything off your list for the day and it’s time to go home? Do ONE more thing. Over time, the decision makers at your company will notice your actions, and with some patience and hard work, you’ll see yourself promoted.” –

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Ed Brodow, Author and Negotiation Expert :Get your employer to affirm that you are a valuable asset to the organization. Once you receive the employer’s validation that they need you, it will be difficult for them to deny your request. Then be prepared to walk if you can’t get the promotion you desire. In a workplace negotiation, your willingness to walk away gives you tremendous power. The employer will sense it. Conversely, if you are desperate for the job and perceive that you have no alternatives, they will sense your desperation. Face it, the worst thing that can happen is, you’ll have to look for another job – a BETTER job. They can’t shoot you! If you know what you want and stick to it, you will win no matter what happens.

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Dianna Booher, Author, Speaker, and Communication ExpertCommunicate strategically: Summarize succinctly if you intend to get to the C-suite. If you can’t write your message in a sentence, you can’t say it in an hour.

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Tim Sanders, Bestselling Author, Speaker, and Former Chief Solutions Officer at Yahoo!: The best way to get promoted at work is to demonstrate a combination of loyalty to the company’s needs and an increasing competency to solve them.  One of my mentors, Stanley Marcus Jr., told me that when he looks for associates to promote at Nieman Marcus, he always sought out those who felt a sense of responsibility to look after what he termed ‘the baby.’ In his view, every company is a baby that can’t take care of itself without the thoughtful stewardship of its managers and leaders. There are several ways to claw yourself to the top of the ladder, but really caring about the company’s success is the only one that will sustain your position over time.

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Olivia Fox Cabane, Author, Speaker, and Director of Innovative Leadership at Stanford’s StartX Program: With people’s rapidly decreasing attention span, you need to make a bigger impact in a shorter amount of time. The secret is charisma. The good news: it’s not innate, it can be learned.

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Bill Acheson, Speaker and Nonverbal Communication Expert: You can tell me how confident you are and how much you love your job, but I need to see it. Nonverbal communication is always more emotionally revealing and more emotionally accurate than what you say. What time do you arrive and what time do you leave the workplace? Is your energy level high, suggesting interest in what you do, or low, suggesting that you are just counting the hours. Remember, every feeling, intention, and thought is displayed through body language. My question is this, ‘Are you astute enough to understand the message?’

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6 Ways Highly Successful People Start Their Day

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Research has shown that your morning routine can have a profound impact on not just your day, but your overall health and happiness.  We have seen a dramatic increase in 2016 from companies asking for Speakers who can deliver inspiring ideas on achieving peak performance in a fast paced world. Here, 6 of our Top Speakers on Peak Performance share advice on how to start the day to enable greater success.

Dan Waldschmidt, International Business Strategist, Speaker, Author, and Extreme Athlete: Read 2 chapters of an awesome book to get your mind going. Drink 32 ounces of water to get your body going. Answer your easy email to get work going. Then stop and remind yourself that “you’re tough enough to do whatever it takes today” to get your soul going. https://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Dan-Waldschmidt

Dr. Janet Lapp, Author and Global Expert on Leading People Through Change: Remember you are most suggestible right after awakening so take control from the start. Set your alarm to a ring tone that supports the intention for your day, either upbeat and motivational or meditative and peaceful.  Avoid external messaging of any kind during this period; that includes the news and emails on your iPhone.  Review the three intentions for the day that you wrote out last night; make them trait rather than action-based. For example, “Today I am focused, thoughtful, and confident.” If you focus on traits, actions fall into line. https://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Dr.-Janet-Lapp

Chip Eichelberger, Author and Creator of the “Get Switched On!” Motivational Program: Effective morning routines are the breakfast of champions. Start with an “internal shower” and drink at least 12 oz/.355l of room temperature water. Invest five minutes writing in a Journal what you are grateful for, proud of, excited about and committed to. When you get to the office, invest the first five minutes engaging your team and switching them on!https://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Chip-Eichelberger

Marc Wayshak, America’s Coach On Game Plan Selling: Do NOT start your day by responding to your emails or working through your “To Do List”. Instead, come up with a clear plan for the three most important objectives you want to accomplish for the day. Then, focus on getting those objectives completed.https://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Marc-Wayshak

Ryan Estis, Business Performance Expert : I spend 5 minutes meditating and breathing. Then, spend 5 minutes in deep gratitude for everything you have. Finally, spend 5 minutes visualizing what you want to accomplish and deliver that day. Think about your goals and priorities, and make decisions about how you will allocate your time. https://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Ryan-Estis

Dan Clark, Best-Selling Author & Expert on Leadership and Business Development: While the successful begin each day with the ‘end’ in mind so they get what they want, by focusing on a destination that’s impressive, the significant begin the night before with the ‘why’ in mind so they will want what they get by focusing on a journey that’s important. A clearly defined ‘why’ coupled with a compelling ‘want’ (goal) have a gigantic impact on behavior because they engage both the brain and the heart. Research proves that a passionate, personally meaningful goal causes our blood to pump more rapidly, our brain to fire, and our muscles to engage. When you have only a ‘what’ and a ‘how’ without a ‘why’ and a ‘want,’ no such effects take place.https://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Dan-Clark

6 Ways to Get Healthy At Work

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Companies have woken up to the fact that encouraging and helping employees lead healthier lives benefits everyone. We are regularly asked by Companies  for Speakers that can deliver practical ideas on Health and Wellness that their employees can use everyday.  The following are 6 of our best Health and Wellness Speakers sharing their valuable insights on how you can be healthier at work:

Jenny Evans, Speaker & Author on Stress & Resiliency: Eat regularly. A lot of people skip meals and snacks for many reasons like poor planning, forgetting to eat, perception of not enough time, etc. Not eating for extended periods leads to disengagement and poor health and wellbeing. Schedule a meal or small snack every 3-4 hours and stick to it. https://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Jenny-Evans

Gregory Florez, Speaker & Author on Health & Vitality. 7 out of ten of you reading this are dehydrated.   Dehydration is tied to everything from headaches, to dry eyes, to loss of concentration, and can speed the development of many lifestyle related diseases.  Perhaps the easiest “hack”  for maintaining or losing weight is this: When you first feel hunger often times your body is needing fluid.  Drink a liter of water first then wait ten minutes-the time that it takes for the signal from your brain to reach your stomach.  You’ll be surprised how effective this can be.  Keep water with you all day long, andalways in front of you-out of site is out of mind.https://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Gregory-Florez

Joe Piscatella, Bestselling Author on Optimal Cardiac Health. Get up and move around! Sitting for long periods of time is linked to higher levels of obesity, type-2 diabetes, and heart disease.  By getting out of your chair and moving throughout the day, you not only reduce the risk of chronic disease, but it helps to sustain mental health in our multi-tasking, out-of-time and highly-stressed world.https://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Joe-Piscatella

Dr. Heidi Hanna, Keynote Speaker, Author, Performance & Wellness Coach. By far, the greatest thing you can do at work to improve your health is take breaks to move your body, take a few calming breaths and quiet your mind. This brain recharge strategy used for just a few minutes each hour will decrease stress hormones and circulate glucose and oxygen for a mood and performance boost. Add even more brainpower benefit by reflecting on something or someone you feel grateful for.https://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Dr.-Heidi-Hanna

Dan Buettner, National Geographic Fellow, Renowned Explorer and Bestselling Author of Blue Zones. Commute to work via bike or public transportation.  Commuters get on average, 19 minutes of physical activity (walking)-which is associated with 11% lower rates of heart disease. Also make friends with two healthy co-workers.  Health habits are contagious and work friends tend to be long term.  Moreover, according to Gallup, a best friend at work is the biggest predictor of whether or not you like your job. https://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Dan-Buettner

Christine Cashen, Speaker & Author on Communications &  Go on a “Secret Mission”. Pick up a clipboard or folder and walk around the office quickly as if you have somewhere to go. Sometimes a physical break can bring a much needed mental break. Mission Accomplished!https://thesweeneyagency.com/speakers/Christine-Cashen

Pin this to the Office fridge and improve everyone’s Health.

8 Speakers Who Will Take Your Top Performers to the Next Level

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How do you the make the best even better? What do you strive for once you have won Gold? How do you motivate the motivated ? These are the kinds of questions that Top Performers are always asking. The Speakers  below are experts in the field of peak performance and have the answers that will take your best people to the next level and beyond:

Dan Clark | Motivational Speaker on Teamwork & The Art of Significance

Dan Clark is one of the most requested Speakers  on the circuit for clients who want to inspire their audience to raise the professional and personal bar. His presentations outline simple and actionable processes to improve performance and go from successful to significant. Dan’s presentations leave attendees with a deeper understanding of the next steps that ought to be taken to generate more – more engagement, more loyalty, and more revenue.

Chip Eichelberger | Author & Motivational Speaker

Filled with energy and enthusiasm, Chip Eichelberger’s presentations motivate and electrify audiences. Through small changes, Chip will guide your high performing team on how to achieve even bigger results. Attendees will leave his presentation feeling equipped with the tools to deepen their existing client relationships, excited to begin new ones, and how to take their achievements to the next level.

Ryan Estis | Expert on Leadership, and Business Performance

Ryan Estis’ keynotes are hard-hitting and high impact, and will show your top performers how to tap into their fullest potential. Audiences will leave feeling organized and prepared to compete in more competitive markets, increase their own productivity, and drive business growth.

Jenny Evans | Stress Resiliency Expert, Speaker & Author

You cannot completely rid yourself of stress. Rather than trying to avoid it, resiliency expert Jenny Evans trains audiences how to use their body’s stress response to their advantage. She also teaches attendees how to recover from stress quickly and easily, as well as how to build up tolerance for it. The more equipped employees are to handle stress, the more efficient and productive they will be.

Tom Flick | Former NFL Quarterback, Authority on Peak Performance

Tom Flick draws on his extensive knowledge as an athlete and leader in corporate America to deliver a high intensity, and inspirational message to his audiences. He is a skilled storyteller who will galvanize attendees to take the necessary steps to achieve greatness.

Dr. Heidi Hanna | Speaker, Author, Health & Performance Consultant   

According to Dr. Heidi Hanna, energy is our most powerful resource when it comes to being successful in business and in life. Being overworked and overstressed decreases our brain function, preventing using from reaching our full potential. Dr. Hanna teaches audiences about Energy Management and how build brain health and power, resulting in optimal performance. Attendees leave Dr. Hanna’s sessions with more energy, and a clearer, sharper mind to take on any task or challenge.

Dr. James B. Maas | Peak Performance and Sleep Expert & Author

We all know that sleep is important, however, Dr. Maas has extensively researched the subject and his findings regarding the correlation between sleep and performance are quite astounding. He has found that sleep is a more significant determinant in predicting longevity than diet, exercise, and hereditary factors. Dr. Maas teaches audiences how to improve their quality of sleep resulting in more efficient, productive, happy, and healthy individuals. His presentations are full of great take-aways that can be put into action almost immediately (but be sure to finish the conference day first!)

Greg McKeown | Time Management and Innovation Speaker, Author of the Bestseller Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

Innovation speaker Greg McKeown  has researched the most successful leaders and found they all had a key component in common: they all know how to strategically prioritize. Modern prioritizing is not simply organizing and ranking your tasks by importance, but actually saying “no” to certain tasks. “Doing it all” is not constructive – it hinders your effectiveness. By following Greg McKeown’s guidance, your top employees will increase their productivity and achieve more meaningful success.

 

*Speakers are listed in alphabetical order

6 Ideas to Increase Your Productivity at Work and Home

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Peter Bregman | Leadership and Personal Growth Author
“Optimize your morning routine: How do you start the day? I have been experimenting with my own morning routine the last several months. My shift has included waking up 60 minutes earlier. (I also get to bed earlier so I don’t sacrifice sleep). I meditate for 15 to 20 minutes, including practicing gratitude and setting my intention for the day. This is also the perfect time to review and reflect on the commitments you’ve made and why they are important. I try and eat a healthy breakfast and do a little learning before I get into the in-box. For a little inspiration check out the morning routines of these 12 successful leaders. You’ll notice a common thread — consistency!”

Maddy DychtwaldDemographics, Gender and Marketing Speaker
“In my most recent Wall Street Journal piece, I talked about control and how we all have far more than we think in terms of how we age, how we feel, and even our levels of productivity. Our lifestyle and behaviors can make all the difference. We all know we need to stay physically active and eat real food, but staying socially connected and keeping your mind active can make you more productive as well as happier, more energetic, and even more youthful.”

Ryan Estis | Speaks on Business Performance, Leadership and Sales
“Never stop learning. I will admit to being a creature of habit. I love routine and repetition. When we live in our own comfort zone too long, it’s easy to start feeling a little stuck. I’ve been there and for a short period of time I arrived there again in 2014. This time around, I made it my mission to get back into the groove as quickly as possible. How? By renewing my commitment to learning. Reading. Writing. Coaching. Revamping my morning routine. Trying something new. To keep making progress, you have to keep learning. That applies to business and life. When you embrace continuous learning and make it part of your DNA, it’s a whole lot easier to catch the next wave of opportunity.”

Adrian Gostick | Management and Employee Engagement Author
“After surveying more than 850,000 people over the past decade, we have come to understand that the way to grow a business is not through a unique strategy or even your differentiatted product set, but through execution—which means engaging, enabling and energizing your workforce. For many leaders the soft stuff is the hard stuff, but there is a pay off to developing a robust, nurturing culture. Our research shows organizations that are effective at these three Es are up to three times more profitable than their peers.”

Scott McKain | Dynamic Speaker on Sales and Customer Service
“CLARITY is one of my “Four Cornerstones of Distinction” — and it is a critical factor in enhancing productivity, as well. If you aren’t absolutely precise about the direction and appropriate end result of your actions, it’s impossible to be as productive in your efforts as you desire.”

Marilyn Tam | Author and Speaker on Leadership, Productivity, and Diversity
“Productivity and creativity are directly linked to the one’s wellbeing. in 2013 in the USA alone, $550 billion in productivity was lost due to lack of wellbeing and unhappiness according to Gallup Research. How an organization/person manages the five factors that influence happiness and wellbeing determine their productivity, creativity and longevity.”

*Speakers are listed in alphabetical order.

Top Speakers On The Power of Humour This Holiday Season

We are constantly gathering recent reviews and references on both our existing speakers as well as new additions to our roster. We tabulate the data to see who clients are picking as the best.

As of December 2nd, 2014 here are our highest rated Speakers on the Power of Humour in the Workplace:

Top Humour Speakers

Judy Carter – Comedian and Author
Judy Carter is a stand-up comic, author, and master teacher who has appeared on over one hundred TV shows. Judy is the founder of Comedy Workshop Productions, which runs comedy classes nationwide. Her expertise at teaching others to use comedy to transform their lives and careers has created a nationwide demand for her as a corporate and college speaker. Carter has inspired thousands of people to use humor to deal with change and laugh their way out of stress.

Christine Cashen – Humorous Communications Coach
Christine Cashen is the author of, The Good Stuff: Quips & Tips on Life, Love, Work and Happiness, which was named motivational book of the year by the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. What makes her unique is the real factor. She combines a down-to-earth attitude with a colorful artistic streak. Christine delivers a fast-paced, hilarious program with useful content that makes her a sought after speaker worldwide. She is an entertainer and authority on sparking innovating ideas, communication, teamwork, handling conflict, reducing stress and energizing employees.

Tim Clue – Funny Motivational Speaker and Host/MC:
After a decade as a professor of communications and speech, Tim Clue took his then-budding comedy writing skills to the clubs. During his years as an ultra-clean comedian, Tim swiftly progressed to working with many well-known comics—such as Jerry Seinfeld, Steven Wright and Larry Miller. Now, as a Humorous Motivational Speaker and Team Builder, Tim has spoken before such notables as former President George H.W. Bush and economist Paul Krugman. Bringing “social” back into the meeting space and inspiring and connecting his audiences through laughter, Tim is dedicated to reinventing conferences one funny experience at a time.

Simon Cotter – Corporate MC and Comedian
After achieving success as an executive for a real estate company, ascending the corporate ladder from top sales person to that of a top management person, Simon Cotter set his sights on a new profession: Comedy. It didn’t take long for Simon to become one of the most popular and highly requested comics on the college circuit. For four years straight Cotter was entertaining over 50,000 students a year across the country with his unique comedic style. Inevitably, due to his immense popularity within the college market, Simon quickly became a success off-campus as well. Simon then discovered the conference market, or it discovered him. Now, Simon performs as a corporate comedian and keynote speaker worldwide, receiving rave reviews from everywhere he goes.

Roman Danylo – Corporate Comedian
For over 20 years Roman Danylo has been an entertainer, MC and keynote speaker for some of biggest names in the corporate world. He has entertained for companies like Glaxo Smith Kline, Hewlett Packard, BMO, Manulife Financial and hundreds more. Often invited into the stuffy world of AGMs, sales conferences, or company awards nights; Roman uses his comedy improv skills to team-build, brain storm and break the ice. Roman gathers info about whichever company he is working for and trades that inside information for a currency usually foreign to the corporate world, big laughs. His message is team building and thinking outside the box and the result is tons of fun.

Tim Gard – Pioneer in Humor-Based Training
Tim Gard, CSP, CPAE, is a tears-in-your-eyes-laugh-out-loud speaker who teaches people to be more resilient and resourceful, and coaches businesses on how to enhance productivity and employee enthusiasm. An internationally recognized authority on stress reduction and conflict resolution, Tim’s easy-to-implement techniques provide audiences with ways to diffuse, deal with, and even avoid intensely stressful encounters. When relating to business leaders, Tim ‘walks his talk’ as a successful business owner himself for more than 20 years. Before starting his business, he worked in the Sales Industry, as well as State and Federal Government in Human Services, as a fraud investigator and is a navy veteran.

Michael Kerr – Entertaining Speaker on Inspiring Workplaces and Reducing Stress
Michael Kerr, Speaking Hall of Fame member, is an award winning, Certified Speaking Professional and the author of six books. He is known as one of North America’s leading authorities on how to create more productive, less stressful, more creative, and more inspiring workplaces. His humorous, inspiring and thought provoking programs are often rated as having the greatest impact of any presentation at a conference. Michael Kerr’s message of injecting humor into the workplace helps build strong teams and leaders by encouraging a new kind of communication.

Colin Mochrie – Improv Comedian and Corporate Entertainer
If you’re looking for a night your attendees will remember for the rest of their lives, try Colin Mochrie on for size. Indeed, one-size-fits-all in Colin’s unparalleled improv or stand-up show, tailored specifically to your event, that will leave attendees of all levels and backgrounds howling in the aisles. After getting his first laugh in a high school production in Vancouver, Colin set about the business of becoming a professional actor. After 4 years of acting training at Vancouver’s Theatresports, Colin went on to spend 3 years with the famed Second City cast in Toronto. Then, his career took off on the world stage, first with his appearances as a regular on the British version of Whose Line Is It Anyway? and afterward on the popular American television program of the same name, hosted by Drew Carey.

Steve Rizzo – Entertainer and Motivational Speaker
Steve Rizzo is a speaker who will wake your group up with his straightforward New York attitude, motivate them with his life-changing personal growth strategies and of course, regale them with laughter. In addition to providing hands-on tools to help audiences achieve individual and team success in the face of change, Steve showcases why he was so successful as a national headline comedian with opening acts such as Drew Carey, Rosie O’Donnell, and Dennis Miller.

Joel Zeff – Entertaining Communication Speaker
Joel Zeff creates energy. He is a dynamic speaker, improvisational humorist and author. His interactive performances invite members of the audience to participate in hilarious improvisational exercises that illustrate Joel’s central message: That organizations and individuals should CELEBRATE every day successes to increase collaboration, productivity, passion and innovation. Since 1997, Joel has inspired audiences from Wells Fargo to Samsung to KPMG and even the IRS. Yes, the IRS. Joel is a masterful public speaker and a nationally renowned motivator, lifelong humorist and improvisational actor.

*Speakers are listed in alphabetical order

Shine a Light on Your Fears

03-17-2014I believe that many of us spend our lives running wildly through an endless pitch black corridor desperately searching for a light switch.

The dark consists of all our fears. Suddenly we find a light switch and frantically turn it on. Light! Relief! Our fears are gone. We are happy. Whew!

But then the bulb dies, or the power fails, or worse — someone turns the light switch off — and oh no — we are plunged into the unhappiness of fear again. If this happens, fear returns and hopelessness can follow.

If we stand in that darkness long enough and breathe, when we resist the panic of fear, we see a light shining from somewhere. We look around and realize that light is shining out of us!

And the longer we look at it, the brighter it becomes. That’s our joy! You carry that joy with you 24/7, it’s yours. You will never be in the dark again — it’s the ultimate fear eradicator.

As a little girl, for some reason I don’t understand, I was afraid of the dark. I was particularly afraid of the ‘scary monsters’ that lived under my bed.

I let my fear become so overpowering that I gave into hopelessness and stayed in bed, too scared to move. It was always amazing to me that as soon as the light was turned on, the room was “safe” again.

Most of our fears are like that — they dissolve when light is shone onto, or into, them. When all appears dark, we aren’t always aware that we have just closed our eyes! We are not seeing the light shining from within us! Nor are we seeing true reality. We are only seeing our perceptions and judging them.

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Unfortunately, it can seem easier to let fear rule the day and research indicates that some of us may have “fear loops” operating in our brains automatically. These then drive our patterns and habits. To change them we have to wake up and become conscious of them.

Just believing hope exists can increase it! Hope gives us courage, persistence, willpower, resilience, strength and joy. Hopelessness takes them away. How you choose to think makes all the difference.

Source: Huffington Post | Healthy Living

About Amanda Gore | Health, Performance and Communication Author:

As a communications and performance expert, Amanda Gore believes success in business is always about feelings – the the way we feel about a product, organization or person influences how we behave and informs our decisions about how we spend, or who we conduct business with.

Taking the stance that business has been paralyzed by its own over-analysis, her presentations break down the barriers that separate people in an invigorating, action-packed ride towards self-discovery and ultimately, real and lasting change.

She demonstrates how people can re-connect to the energy and emotional layers that really drive performance, innovation, relationships, engagement and creativity in their business and personal life utilizing positive psychology, epigenetics and emotional intelligence.

For more information on Amanda Gore, please visit: https://bit.ly/1nUWi5E