On St. Valentine's Day, Or Any Romantic Interlude, Woo Your Sweetheart With Chocolates, Roses ... AND A Leadership TalkWritten by Brent Filson
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Word count: 415 Summary: Leadership authority Brent Filson asserts that wooing one's sweetheart can be done with a special kind of communication methodology which he has been teaching leaders worldwide for 21 years.
On St. Valentine's Day, Or Any Romantic Interlude, Woo Your Sweetheart With Chocolates, Roses ... AND A Leadership Talk by Brent Filson
On Valentine's Day, or any romantic interlude, lovers should woo their sweethearts with chocolates and roses -- but also a Leadership Talk.
My experience in teaching Leadership Talk to thousands of leaders worldwide for past 21 years confirms that Talk is a boon for leaders of all ranks and functions in their jobs and careers.
But I've also learned, to my surprise, that many leaders are employing Leadership Talk effectively outside their jobs in their personal relationships.
Giving Leadership Talks helps leaders get a lot more results in organizations. Leaders see how much more effective as motivational tools Leadership Talks are than speeches and presentations.
Speeches and presentations communicate information. But Leadership Talks have you establish a deep, human, emotional connection with your audience.
That human connection is important in getting great results in your job; but it is also important in getting great results in your personal life -- even your love life.
Miami International Film Festival, SAG Awards, The Oscars! Highlight February Showbusiness and Media EventsWritten by The Actor's Checklist
The Mobile Exposure handheld video program is an exploration of potentials of mobile video and culture and is running now through February 6 at Microcinema in Houston and on Web. Concert Industry Consortium, founded to foster greater communication among key professionals within concert business and also between concert business and other elements of music business, meets through February 4 at Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles. The "BMI See It Hear First Rock Showcase", a new showcase, gets underway at Smith's Olde Bar in Atlanta on February 3. The San Francisco Independent Film Festival will screen 100 films and videos by independent filmmakers from all over country and around globe, as well as networking parties every night. Miami International Film Festival will focus on Ibero-American cinema when it runs February 4 to 13 at Miami Dade College. Florida Film & Entertainment Professional Development Series are workshops scheduled during first three days of Miami International Film Festival at Miami Dade College. Daniel Knauf, creator/executive producer of HBO’s “Carnivale,” speaks at Alameda Writers Group meeting. His talk on "Surviving Success," covers what a writer should do after first sale, in a talk at Glendale Central Library in Glendale on February 5. The 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards takes place February 5 in Shrine Exposition Center, Los Angeles. The DIY (Do It Yourself) Music Festival is part of DIY Convention, geared entirely to indie artists in Film, Music and Books, running February 8 to 12 in Los Angeles. World of Comedy International Film Festival (different from U.S. Comedy Arts Festival) opens February 9 in Toronto at various venues. A GRAMMY Salute To Gospel Music will be given at West Angeles Church of God