We were masterfully designed, and therefore, each of us has a warning voice that comes from within, which is meant to help protect us from danger, destruction, and discomfort. We call it fear… and we all feel it, including our kids.
I recently got back from a 3-day live conference and I am still full from all the information and inspiration I received. I have been active implementing so many ideas and following up with some of the amazing people I met. Conferences are wonderful, and you have the power to make each event a productive experience for yourself and your business, to make the most out of a live conference!
It’s early in the morning and my daughters wake up motivated to “get to work.” This is not a rare occurence since I have very self-motivated daughters who have high aspirations to transform the world they live in. I admire that. I respect that. I love that. But not this time.
When I decided to become a public speaker, there were so many topics I wanted to speak about. I guess I am very opinionated! But even though I am so intensely passionate about many things, selecting my speech topics was an overwhelming experience, and it took some time to get them right.
I grew up in the Dominican Republic and, though we were really poor, my dad bought us a 15″ screen TV, and I was the most excited 4 year old! I used to “blog” about my day by adding the latest news and happenings of my home below my homework for my teacher to see, so she was the first to find out. I got in trouble a lot for doing this!
Many recent events have caused me to think a bit more deeply about empathy, and more specifically, on how, though the decline in empathy is increasingly concerning, we possess the ability to cultivate empathy and evolve as human beings.