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A Professional Speaker Suggests Using Dance as a Way of Promoting Well Being

Leadership speakers use dance as a tool to promote general wellbeing.

A leadership speaker recommends using dance as a tool to promote general well being. It’s good exercise and it’s fun.

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

A professional speaker doesn’t need the moves of Fred Astaire or Gene Kelly to know just how importance dancing is to lead a life of health and well being. Expert leadership speaker Andy Core shows how getting your body moving is one of the most fundamental ways of leading a healthier life.

1. Help prevent injuries. Dusting off your dancing shoes, putting on a playlist and busting out a few moves is a key step in ensuring your body stays fit and flexible, two characteristics that help reduce the chance of injury.

2. Have fun. It’s easy to be intimidated by people who seem like they’ve been born to dance, but if you ignore them and focus on yourself, you’ll soon find out how fun it is to move along to your favorite beat.

3. Meet people. The Internet makes it so easy to seek out dance clubs and groups of all ages and skill levels where you’ll meet likeminded people intent on increasing their own well being.

4. Learn a skill, form a habit. The more well rounded of a person you are, the better equipped to deal with stress you’ll be. Leadership speakers know just how important it is not to put all of your eggs in one basket, and dancing is one of the easiest habits you can pick up to diversify your life and interests.

Although you probably won’t see keynote speakers breaking out in dance during a speech anytime soon, Andy Core says that it’s likely most of them know a step or two as well as engaging in other activities.

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Advice of a Business Motivational Speaker on Self-Motivation

Set deadlines and get organised to self-motivate says business motivational speaker

Set deadlines, get organized, and follow through to get self-motivated says business motivational speaker.

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

A business motivational speaker asks if you ever feel like you want to get more out of your job? Like, you’re working hard but not getting anywhere? Well, you’re not the only one. The key to increasing productivity is to get motivated.

Many employers will make every effort to enhance motivation in the workplace, but one of the most effective forms is self-motivation.

Easier said than done? Not true, says any business motivational speaker. You just need to follow these easy tips:

  • Choose to be happy and keep a positive attitude. Having the right psychological state is crucial in order to motivate yourself.
  • Finish what you start. Set deadlines and track your progress allowing you to see exactly what you achieve and get a real sense of pride when a task is completed.
  • Go out of your comfort zone and allow yourself to think outside the box. You will be surprised and inspired by what you are capable of.
  • Help others and get support. Interaction with others can give a sense of belonging and well-being that really helps to enhance motivation.
  • Exercise and eat healthy. Feeling good about yourself and your lifestyle physically will leave your mind free to concentrate on the task at hand. This enhances motivation and, in turn, productivity.
  • Maintain a healthy work-life balance. Any business motivational speaker will tell you that a healthy work-life balance is the vehicle that drives motivation and ensuing success.

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Convention Speakers’ Guide to Workplace Well Being

Convention speakers stress that making well being in the workplace a priority helps make your company stand out from the rest.

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

Want to make your company stand out from the competition? The answer in how to do so may surprise you. Convention speakers stress that making sure you’ve got a happy, healthy workplace is one of the longest-lasting effects you can implement to place your company head and shoulders above the rest.

Treat Your Employees Like People

This may seem like an obvious suggestion, but it’s one that many managers have missed. Creating an environment where your employees feel valued, engaged and respected has been shown to sharply increase workplace productivity. Hire the right number of people for the job instead of trying to cut costs ­ you’ll find that your employees aren’t burned out and actually contributing to a higher profit margin. Flexible schedules are another great way of telling employees you recognize that responsibilities in today’s world have changed from when their parents worked.

Set an Example

Convention speakers will tell you that how you work and practice well being is the biggest example your employees will use with their work habits. Do you want tired, cranky, burned out employees? Come into work looking that way. However, if you want your employees to be fresh, energized and productive ­ show them how you ­ and your leaders ­ do it. Eat well, speak nicely and with respect, and maintain friendly and professional relationships.

It’s no secret that workplaces that place a premium on well being are the ones with high retention rates and profit margins. Convention speakers tell you that you should make yours one, too.

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