Never Apologize (in this context)…

I’m reading Julia Child’s “My Life in France” with Alex Prud’homme. At a recent business event, I got up to make a comment. With my sore throat, I first apologized because my voice was hoarse. On getting back to my table, this woman who I had only met that morning said to me – “WhatContinue reading “Never Apologize (in this context)…”

What to do when Fear tries to Imprison You

“Don’t you ever get used to it?” The ‘it’ the person was referring to was public speaking. I’ve read where fear of public speaking is right up there with the fear of death. Amazing! This got me thinking about fear itself. How many times can you count in your own life when fear held youContinue reading “What to do when Fear tries to Imprison You”