It’s not debatable, you must make your humor relatable. It’s a simple equation . . . your audience will laugh longer and louder when they relate to you or your situation. To create that type of effective connection, you must setup a universal understanding. For example, if your story requires that your audience be familiar […]

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You fail, I fail, we all fail . . . and it can be FABULOUS! Yeah, you probably think I’m crazy, but I’m crazy like a fox. The next time you fail, and you will – because we all fail, EMBRACE it. Embrace it so when you fail, you fail forward. Fail forward means you […]

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FEAR is an acronym for False Evidence Appearing Real, which means you’re scaring yourself based upon something that has not happened. FAIL has an acronym too: First Attempt In Learning, which means the first time you try something you may not be perfect. Basically, you have a few tips, tricks, and techniques to learn before […]

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One of our FDTV viewers sent us an email and asked a very important question, “Why do I have to redo my Ice Breaker speech in every new Pathways program?” The short answer is . . . it makes you a better presenter. I learned this three-word phrase from an Olympic athlete that won five […]

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