Do you feel too busy to write or speak? On this episode, you’ll discover how one doctor finds time to do both while running a successful practice and raising a family.
It’s the eternal question for speakers: Should I write a book before I begin speaking? Our guest today helps us see that the book and the big talk go hand in hand.
In this episode, there’s a wonderful surprise and examination of Suzie’s process, you don’t want to miss.
In this episode, Suzie and I talk about impact and leaving yours.
In this episode, Suzie discovers that she’s right where she should be.
In this episode Suzie and I determine her big idea and it surprises us both.
In this episode, Suzie gets personal.
In this episode, Cheryl and I get conversational.
In this episode, Cheryl tries Fantasia on for size.
In this episode, I offer suggestions to Cheryl on how to have the greatest impact.
In this episode Cheryl and I land on her big idea. Don’t change this station!
In this bonus episode I answer your questions!
In this episode, Cheryl and I talk about Boy George and much more.
In this episode, James gets vulnerable. And it’s incredible.
In this episode James and I land on something special.
In this episode James proves he’s a good writer.
Find out James's big idea today!
In this episode, James and I talk about ideas and satellites and what’s the difference.
In this episode, I throw a big surprise at Kimmay.
In this episode, we shock you and it’s worth it.
In this episode, Kimmay and I edit for impact
In this episode, Kimmay chooses an idea with specific pronouns.
In this episode, Kimmay and Tricia talk about all the ideas that are possible. And there are so many!
In this episode, co-organizers Jamie Broderick and Tricia talk about what it took to organize TEDxLincolnSquare Risk Takers and Change Makers in New York City.
In this episode, newly crowned TEDx speaker Karith Foster reminds us to never give up.