Monarch Magic Part 1

“This is the monarch butterfly as a caterpillar you can see them, hear it is an incredible story of transformation and metamorphosis and when they get ready to come over hear he will turn upside down, its letter “J” and will gradually discard that skin and become a cocoon and now I think that’s a miracle.”

Eileen shared the endangered butterfly lays eggs in her garden.

Eileen McDargh, CEO
Chief Energy Officer at The Resiliency Group | @macdarling

What’s Your Signature?

“And sometimes in on sight and sometimes in my home and I just did one in my home for allergy medication and five people came and interviewed me and have me taste everything and then gave my opinion on what I thought and how it taste did and how it look and they paid me for.”

Robert shared an advice for everyone who uses email.

Robert Allen
Innovation Specialist at New Media Connection | @Idomedia

Do You Have an Opinion?

“And sometimes in on sight and sometimes in my home and I just did one in my home for allergy medication and five people came and interviewed me and have me taste everything and then gave my opinion on what I thought and how it taste did and how it look and they paid me for.”

Robert shared his thoughts about getting paid for your opinions with Focus Groups

Robert Allen
Innovation Specialist at New Media Connection | @Idomedia

The Value of Humor

“The ability to have a sense of humor, the playfulness increase the creativity, laughter separate the tremendous that reveal the right of the tree. See what you can this week that put your smile on your face and in the face of someone else and then come back to work, work and play don’t have to the opposite.”

“play so you might become serious”

Eileen shared her thoughts about the value of humor.

Eileen McDargh, CEO
Chief Energy Officer at The Resiliency Group | @macdarling

Read Your Writing Out Loud

“Now its not entire for that reason that I always insist that my client and I read through them a new script out loud once its completed their so many good practical reasons why that’s such useful thing to do you got to really hear what sentence is sounds like not in the heads but actually out.”

Liz shared her thoughts about read your writing out loud.

Dr. Liz Alexander
Principal

Always Credit Your Information Sources

“One fact was drilled into us our instructor is if you use somebody else materials, give credit and there was an elaborate painstaking method for doing that foot note on of all kinds and then we have to list the source and bibliography of the same thing is true and giving speeches when we are borrowing from someone else a quotation story as artistic whatever it is we must give credit mentioned who that source is”

Speakers must acknowledge information sources to remain authentic and credible.

Bill shared his thoughts about always credit your information sources.

Bill Lampton, Ph.D.
Speech Coach, Communication Consultant, Video Trainer, Radio Host at Championship Communication | @doclampton

What’s Your Signature?

“if you have a mobile device or even in your computer, you need to go, when to email program in your settings and set signature. no matter who you are, personal or professional doesn’t you know you can do better than send from my iPhone so all of you put your settings, devices and your desktop and make sure that you have a signature in there with your contact information and anything else you like to include.”

Advice for everyone who uses email.

Robert shared an idea about setting a signature in the email program of your devices.

Robert Allen
Innovation Specialist at New Media Connection | @Idomedia