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Want Motivation? Do this.

Someone busier than you is exercising right now.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well-being, and Peak Human Performance.

Motivation, work-life balance, productivity and stress management all have a common denominator. Exercise.

Researchers at Harvard Business Review found that integrating your work and your life will be easier if exercise is a consistent factor in your life. The better you feel about your work-life balance, the more motivated and productive you will be, which will therefore decrease your stress levels.

It’s a simple answer to your complicated life. Prioritize exercise on a regular basis. Don’t schlef it off and avoid it because you feel overwhelmed or lazy, do it because you feel that way. This one daily habit will change your entire life for the better.

And I’m not asking you to do Crossfit everyday or train for a marathon. Simply choose an exercise you enjoy like yoga or walking, join an intramural team or find a podcast to lead you. The solution is simple. The change is up to you.

 

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Tips on Being a Professional Speaker

Being a professional speaker like Andy Core takes sheer determination, commitment and passion about your subject.

 Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance.

Knowing Your Material

Being a professional speaker is something that takes time and talent to do. The first thing is you need to know is what you are talking about. Doing a lot of research on the subject you are going to talk about is imperative. Choose a topic that you are interested in and that can make the preparation easier.

Keep it Simple

You don’t have to use long complicated words and phrases. The simpler and direct it is the better the delivery will be. This way, the audience is more likely to understand what you are talking about and will be more responsive to your talk.

Get to know the place you are speaking in by arriving early and practicing the speech that you will deliver. If it helps, walking around the room reciting the speech before the guests arrive is a good idea. If you have visual aids like a laptop, make sure it is working properly and practice using it before you speak. Try to channel your nervous energy into enthusiasm. This can be done by relaxing and counting to three before you start speaking. Being a professional speaker, addressing the audience before you speak can also help in conquering nerves.

Try to concentrate on the message that you are trying to deliver. This can make you a very good professional speaker.

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Leadership Speaker’s Advice on Climbing the Corporate Ladder With a Positive Attitude

Climbing the corporate ladder may seem impossible. It requires commitment and determination says leadership speaker Andy Core.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance.

Attitude is Everything

As leadership speakers all over the world often say, “No matter what company you work for, you need to realize that your attitude will determine a lot of things in your career. It is often said that attitude affects latitude. That is as true as it gets and as an employee looking to climb the corporate ladder you need to be conscious of your attitude and its impact on your immediate working environment.

Being Discovered

Leadership speakers note that climbing the corporate ladder is much like marketing a product in a new market. There is need to implement a strategy that will make the product recognized by the target consumer. The same strategy applies; there is need for you to market yourself (truthfully of course) to the right people. One of the most efficient ways is through word of mouth. When you have a great attitude about things, people will like you and will talk about you to someone else. If the right people talk about you to the right person, it will only be a matter of time before your aptitude is discovered.

Being likable is very vital in any work environment. Show interest in others’ work, helping when you can, and genuinely being concerned about your workmates.

Never forget what leadership speakers say: “No one trusts someone they don’t like.”

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