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During my Presentation, I will:

  • Stimulate, Involve, Provoke and Entertain.
  • Gain people’s attention and interest readily and quickly.
  • Involve and gain participation from the group in a non-threatening manner.
  • Present only relevant and well-researched material.
  • Use ample examples, stories and anecdotes to enable your people to relate to – and be able to apply - information to their ‘real worlds’.
  • Maximise learning and retention by creating a professional, yet relaxed, environment with appropriate use of humour.
  • Use appropriate audio-visual aids to enhance and reinforce key messages and learning points.
  • Professionally and flexibly deal with any challenges or problems that arise.
  • Treat every one of your people with the utmost respect.
  • Allow for questions and comments from the participants.
  • Provide summaries and memory keys for my content.
  • Relate my content to your organization and people.
  • Offer my products for sale only if approved or requested in advance.
  • Refrain from inappropriate and unbusiness-like language and content.
  • Manage the timing of my presentation and adjust if needed.
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  • In my work, I frequently speak with people who are disenchanted with their lives.

    “I feel so frustrated … I’ve been doing the same thing at work for years and I just can’t seem to get ahead.”

    “I feel lost. I know I am capable of doing more but have no idea how to achieve what I really want to do.”

    “Maybe I’m just not meant to do anything else. I mean, who am I to want more?”


    I find this very sad. 

  • Work/Life Balance doesn't exist - and while we continue to strive to achieve it, we are setting ourselves up for disappointment.


    The phrase itself suggests a couple things that are inherent in the problem:

  • Frankly, no. It's not possible - and we are causing ourselves untold frustration and disappointment while we keep trying to achieve it!
    Why do I say this?
    Well, think for a minute about the phrase itself - 
  • (WARNING: Your life as you know it is about to change)


    “How can I handle difficult people?”

    Answer – you can’t.

    “Wait – what? You mean I’m stuck with them in my life?”

    Answer – it all depends on how you look at it.

  • I recently attended a three-day women’s festival that I attended for the first time in 2016. It’s never the same the second, third or umpteenth time around is it? First of all, there’s that ‘first time newness’ that we can only get once. “Wow! Look at that!” “Goodness, that’s amazing!” And so on … because we are seeing things through fresh, first-time eyes.

    In our subsequent visits, while we look for that same magic, but logically know it will be different than our beloved ‘first-time’.  We then start to notice what’s not there that we liked the previous year(s), and lament “But I really liked that!”

    So this year, I decided to focus instead on what was new, different and intriguing. And that’s how I came across The Release Tree.

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