Tag Archives: travel

Travel Tips for Really Really Smart Folk – Guidebook Love

I love to do it yourself (DIY) travel.  That means when I roam, I like to make my travel arrangements myself.  Nothing against travel agents, they offer awesome service to many people I know and I will likely use them someday … Continue reading

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It’s Not About You

I heard this phrase at a workshop in 2005 and it has been paramount to my learning ever since. Ian Chisholm, a performance coach and educator, was the source of these words.  Ian told the story of a young coach … Continue reading

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Oh, The Things We Learn From the Places That We Go (speech contest draft II)

I received amazing feedback which helped as I redrafted the speech that I will deliver March 28 at the Plaza 400 Toastmaster Club’s International Speech contest.  Many people suggested the title needed work.  Others said I had to do a better job … Continue reading

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The Things We Learn From Travel (speech contest draft)

This week, I committed to participating in an International Speech Contest at the end of the month for the Plaza 400 Toastmaster Club. I did so with some reservation because it’s been a while (i.e. years) since I’ve entered this … Continue reading

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