Business Mogul Michael Coles Tells How to Cope With Coronavirus Pandemic

Michael Coles–founder of the Great American Company–overcame terrible setbacks to excel in business and in life. He talked about his struggles and triumphs in his stirring autobiography, Time to Get Tough.

Recently I hosted Michael on my video/podcast, the “Biz Communication Show.” In our discussion, he described his arduous journey to the top, rising from extreme family poverty to become a hugely successful entrepreneur. Most importantly, he invited listeners around the world to accept this challenge: “Let’s Get Tough Together,” referring to the threats we face and fears we experience because of the coronavirus pandemic.

During our international crisis, you will benefit greatly from hearing Coles’ guidelines for surviving–and even creating a more stable world than we knew previously.

The video interview:

http://tinyurl.com/colesgettoughtogether

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Political Speakers Are Not Good Role Models for Business Leaders

As a Speech Coach, I encourage clients to find superlative speakers they can consider role models–not to imitate the models, but to learn from them.

Watch this brief video above–giving my reasons why political speakers are not role models for business leaders who want to improve their speaking.

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Then call me, to tell me what you want to accomplish as a speaker. As I discover your needs, we’ll design a plan that will help you speak with poise, power and persuasion.

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I want you to enjoy speaking as much as I did in this recent seminar: