Do you set boundaries? Do you know how to just say “no?” When people approach you at work, do they offload their problems, schedules, and things into your schedule, causing more overload and overwhelm? From aggression, to making them feel bad because they did something in the past for you — and I’m here to say loyalty comes with an expiration date. In today’s podcast, I break EVERYTHING down that you will hear, things that are good, and another two-part series will be debuting!
We’re finally here! Part B has arrived, and I’m grateful to be debuting this to you! Extended conversations, the pesky side of Part B that so many of my followers have been asking for, is here. In today’s podcast, I’m going to give you an introduction, and in the next podcasts, it will become increasingly increasingly difficult. Just giving you a heads up! HA!
Hello, all! Today is a PHENOMENAL coaching session. By showing the value through social media, I’ve been getting a lot of inquiries. In today’s episode, we have a phenomenal student who has gotten a 26 in speaking one time, but is struggling to get it this time around. So, in saying that, today’s a power session of 6 questions and different ways to answer them, followed by a revelation at the end. Will keep you updated on her score, too!
Idiom: in someone’s shoes
Definition: imagining yourself in the situation that someone else is in.
This is called empathy. Although the majority of the world lacks empathy, it could be developed by putting yourself in the same position.
When was the last time you complained about something at work? What happened? How was your complaint dealt with? Were you happy with the outcome? Sometimes in business, it’s impossible to keep everyone happy all the time. Sooner or later, an eruption will happen. Customers will probably get angry, employees may complain about how they’re treated, etc. How you deal with these is crucial for business, and in today’s podcast, we discuss just that!
BOOM! I’ve been coaching a student from one of the biggest companies here in Thailand, and there was a segment within the 2-hour session that I knew would be very vital for a lot of you out there. So, here’s Seasonal Migration!
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Full Podcast with Audio and Word Doc is at the bottom!
In today’s podcast, we’ll be talking about five ways in which we connect with people. You’ll have to choose which one is the best for you and of course, join the discussion on my IG link down below (or Podia!). In addition to that, we have a graphic designer (originally from Hong Kong but has been living in the UK for decades) who will talk about telephoning, work-life balance and several other things. Today is a special treat!
Have you ever heard of Work Net? It was the LinkedIn of the 00s, but due to a lack of innovation, they plummeted to their demise and LinkedIn ended up becoming the number 1 business professional networking site in the world.
How about social media in general? Is it good or bad? It all depends on the user. In this episode, I reveal my first international friend from Kyoto, Japan who spurred me on to international travel and changed my life forever — 15 years ago.
From a perspective of a teacher, it really all depends. I networked within a company and landed some massive opportunities 5 years ago, but I was confined just to that company. When I began networking, presenting at different companies, and became the number 1 trainer in regards to Business English in Bangkok, Thailand, that’s when I got follows and job opportunities from people I had never met before.
From a podcasting perspective, back in 2019, that’s the last year whereas I networked with over 80 entrepreneurs, having just a mere 4 on my friend’s list today (lol). But the amazing insights I got throughout the course of those two years were phenomenal.
How important is networking in your company? In today’s podcast, we’re going to hear from a Belgian, Norwegian and Spaniard.
It has been a long time coming, and a feat, unlike any other I’ve ever had, is here! 250k downloads! 21k coming in just the last month! It’s because of ALL OF YOU! I understood my four cores before making this podcast and it ultimately changed my life FOREVER!
BOOM! As promised, here’s my full presentation at BIDC (virtual) last year in August! It’s been such a long time coming, but I was inspired to give you my presentation here. So, if you’re an entrepreneur, looking to scale your business, or interested in AR/VR, this will be great for you! Also, if you want to see how I give presentations, here it is! A PERFECT example!