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Put Your Thoughts into Action

Thoughts only have impact when put into action

Thoughts only have impact when put into action

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

Your actions, not your thoughts, impact others. Good intentions mean nothing without action.

Especially in the social media realm, many people proclaim their opinions without needing to support what they say. We all have the power to say whatever we want with the tap of our thumbs, but the key to helping people and solving problems isn’t saying something that sounds good. Instead we should be intentional with personal relationships, listen and help when they’re ready for it.

Believe me, as a motivational speaker, listening and waiting is often really hard. Sometimes I’d love to change a person’s behavior if I could. But my job is to inspire change, not force it. I give others the tools to help themselves, and when I get to see the transformation, it’s incredibly encouraging.

The key to helping others is to be sincere and helpful. I really care about helping people becoming the best version of themselves. I’m by no means perfect, but I have a passion for coaching others that translates to action, and I believe in the words I say. I’ve seen people’s lives changed after they’ve applied my advice and it feels great to be a part of genuine change based on actions rather than just words.

Anyone can resolve to do something, but until they believe they can, set up goals to change their day and actually get started doing them, words mean nothing. Saying you’re going to quit smoking or exercise doesn’t make you change. Believing that you can change and planning how you will followed by taking the first step does.

The hardest part is getting started. The rest is just overcoming inertia.
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Using Your Appearance Among Leadership Speakers to Make an Impression

In order to impact the audience in a manner you want to it is important to let your dressing help you in communicating.

In order to have the impact of leadership speakers on the audience in a manner you want, it is important to let your attire help you in communicating your message.

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

The way leadership speakers carry themselves is very important, and especially the way he or she dresses when addressing the public. This might seem like it’s a trivial subject, but be assured it can make the difference on whether people will take you seriously or not. If you an aspiring leader, here are a few points to follow.

Dressing isn’t Everything

It’s not about just being smart and wearing a suit if you are a man or a pretty dress if you are a woman. As leadership speakers, you need to know what type of audience you are addressing. We live in a world where you can be judged by appearances, unfortunately. You can be dressed too formally and therefore intimidate the audience so they don’t feel comfortable hearing advice from you. As a woman you can be wearing too much jewelry and put the audience off.

Let Your Clothes Reflect Your Status

Of course, as a leader you have to be successful or at least create the impression that you are successful, so for most part dress according to that status. For men, make sure your shoes are nicely polished and if you are wearing a suit make sure it’s dry-cleaned. For women, it’s good to have a nice dress that’s not too short. High heeled shoes are a good option, but not necessarily compulsory. Dressing like leadership speakers you admire can get you admired as well.

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