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Podcast Episodes 7 & 8: Strengthen Your Deception Detector, Remove Blind Spots

Laura Palmer, Founder and Chief Mindshifter of Bridgenosis, discusses the impact deception can have on our lives and businesses and what to do about it. She speaks from her experiences as a mental performance coach for mindful leaders and athletes. Many of her clients are highly perceptive people who can easily read others and even pick [...]

By | March 16th, 2017|Anxiety, Awareness, Conflict, Hypnotherapy, Leadership, Relaxation|0 Comments

Episode 2: How Imposter Syndrome is showing up and you don’t know it.

Lisa Mitchell of Power Body Language and Laura Palmer of Bridgenosis continue their discussion of how limiting beliefs create imposter syndrome, which play out in your leadership and organization and what to do about it. If you are interested in training your mind to trust your GPS, check out how to work with Bridgenosis. Want [...]

By | January 24th, 2017|Anxiety, Efficiency, Hypnotherapy, Leadership|2 Comments

Overcoming Public Speaking Anxiety Part 5: Beat Imposter Syndrome

In Part 4 of this overcoming communication and public speaking anxieties, we talked about how a subconscious sense of over-responsibility can add unwanted stress especially when the stakes feel high. I mentioned that experts are often facing this fear before speaking. Today, we're going to discuss another underlying stressor: Imposter Syndrome. I'm convinced that everyone [...]

By | February 2nd, 2016|Anxiety, Leadership, Speaking & Social Fears|0 Comments

Overcoming Public Speaking Anxiety Part 4: When Stakes Are High.

Have you ever panicked when your speaking engagement or presentation relayed information that: People did not want to hear (but needed) and/or Would significantly impact their decisions, which would drastically impact many people, a lot of money, or how people live (stakes are high)? This is common for attorneys, economic and engineering consultants, science policy [...]

By | January 8th, 2016|Anxiety, Leadership, Speaking & Social Fears|0 Comments

Overcome Public Speaking Part 3: How to Stop Worrying

Are you the type of public speaker who will stress and worry over your presentation for days and weeks to come before the engagement? I've had several clients like you (and I have done it myself, in law school). You over-prepare and then perform a little like a robot? The most common patterns behind this [...]

By | January 8th, 2016|Anxiety, Leadership, Speaking & Social Fears|0 Comments

Overcome Public Speaking Anxiety Part 1.

Hiring a public speaking coach to become a better speaker is not enough if anxiety and nervousness are at play. There's something else you need to add to your tool kit. Most talented public speaking coaches will teach you valuable verbal and nonverbal communication tactics, some of which can help you move through the anxiety. What if I told [...]

By | December 11th, 2015|Anxiety, Hypnotherapy, Speaking & Social Fears|0 Comments

Overcome Social Anxiety.

In my work as a hypnotherapist for high achievers, I have found that many are silent sufferers of social anxiety. It's not enough to just visualize your self as calm and confident in these settings. The subconscious is too clever for that to really work in most cases. Here's what will. For entrepreneurs and other [...]

By | December 3rd, 2015|Anxiety, Hypnotherapy, Leadership, Speaking & Social Fears|3 Comments

How to solve Work-Life Balance & Team Tension Issues at once…unconventionally.

"I can’t seem to commit to a specific schedule. Something is always going wrong, and I have to deal with it. Unreliable staff, printer breaks, etc. I always have to take care of everything. I'm constantly interrupted by my staff who won’t handle matters on their own." These were the chief complaints of one of [...]

By | June 4th, 2015|Anxiety, Efficiency, Leadership, Time Management|0 Comments

How To Know When Persistence Does NOT Pay Off Beforehand

Since spring is the time to burst from the ground into action, it's good to know when to be persistent and when to step back. Learn from my mistakes... Picture the Kool-Aid Man bursting through the wall only to be greeted by a street gang in a dark alley. Definitely not what he was expecting. [...]

By | March 20th, 2015|Anxiety, Awareness, Efficiency, Leadership, Time Management|0 Comments

How to Master “Less is More” Part 3

In my last posts, How to Master Less is More Part 1 and Part 2,  I proposed three reasons for failure to achieve more by doing less, which is the hallmark principle of those who are able to live magical lives. The first two were explained. Now for the last reason. As a reminder, essentially, most folks: 1) [...]

By | November 18th, 2014|Anxiety, Awareness, Efficiency, Leadership, Time Management|0 Comments