"Communication builds relationships, and relationship bring clients". During today's interview Kymone Hind's shared this and so much more. As the brains behind the business "Ideas to Life" Kymone helps people with great ideas make their dreams come true. He's helped dozens of would be entrepreneurs build their businesses from the ground up and today he joins us to share insights on how he is using consistent communication to do that. This is an episode you can't afford to miss!
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Communications Coach and Podcaster Amber Wright joins the E.A.S.Y. Street Speaker's Podcast to share some of the ways in which she helps others create opportunities by improving the quality of their communication. For more information about Amber visit her website at www.talktoamber.com
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Coaches are everywhere! The question is, "Do I really need one?" The answers are right here on E.A.S.Y. Street. Coaching is highly recommended for public speakers and other professionals, but there are some who still are not convinced. This episode dives into the reasons why a coach may or may NOT be the right move for you.
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What do you do when there's an problem robbing you of your confidence as a speaker? You visit a mechanic, of course! Jason Hall visits E.A.S.Y. Street to tell us exactly who he is, what a "speaker's mechanic" does, and how he can help you.
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Sometimes life gets so complicated! You communication, however, shouldn't be. This episode focuses on some of the benefits of simplicity when it comes to speaking... and life.
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Why should anybody listen to you anyway? Most people have a tendency to minimize themselves and their contributions, but there's absolutely no need to "play small". In this episode we discuss why you have every right to be confident. After all, the world is waiting to hear what you have to say!