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When your MINDSET is playing games…

What’s the catch? Cool sentence, right? somewhere straight out of the latest spies novel, the good guys have finally found a way to move forward, still they know, there may be a catch… It’s simply too good to be true… and I am not talking winning prize, I’m talking about this catch or double bind we sometimes create… with our mindset.

Mindset is one of this very cognitive word, intangible. You can’t grab a mindset. You can’t draw a mindset. You can’t look at it.

Still it is here, a word which means everything and nothing, and has became very fashionable. In English, mindset means “a set mind” or

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Speak like a fish – Discover our 90 minutes practice workshop

Take our SurveyInspired by Henry Ford…

“Either you are a public speaker, or you are not, whatever you choose, you are right… in the middle of public interactions.”

The same way we cannot not communicate, we cannot not do public Continue reading Speak like a fish – Discover our 90 minutes practice workshop

Exercise: let’s wrap it up

Speak like a fish and create bubbles of inspiration!It’s happening again… You are passing by the aquarium when one of the fishes swims quickly toward the window. You could bet it; it actually swims straight to you, its body and fins swinging in rhythm with an unheard song; its mouth opening, closing, bubbles of Continue reading Exercise: let’s wrap it up

Exercise: the unexpected

Speak like a fish and create bubbles of inspiration!Speeches, like any public interactions, are not just words on pieces of paper or scripts… they are living organisms, and what makes a great speech is the combination as a system of: the speaker, the Continue reading Exercise: the unexpected

Using our 10 tips to prepare for public interactions

Speak like a fish and create bubbles of inspiration!You’ve pencilled in your calendar a networking event for the following week. The task is simple: going there, shaking hands, exchanging with people, sharing what you do, listening to what they do… but you’re so bored with this event… even if you know it’s Continue reading Using our 10 tips to prepare for public interactions