Are you ready for some H3 Culture shift in your workplace? Moving from Weak, Wounded and Worried to Health, Hopeful and Happy? I would love the opportunity to work with you and kick off the moving back to your workplace. #BeTheException #h3cultures #motivationalspeaker #inspirationalspeaker
Monday Moment is about the 4D’s you must go through if you are going to find Success in what you Dream of becoming a Reality in your life #BeTheException #PineapplePeople #FromDreamToDestiny
Dream have vision
Distress it will come, how will you overcome it?
Developement what are the baby steps you will take to continue to grow
Destiny How will you celebrate when you achieve landing where you are going?
What do you do to take care of you? Do you wait until you are sick to care about getting well? What is your strategy to prevent sickness from winning? Do you exercise, Eat healthy, Use Supplements, get enough sleep, release your stress. When you get a headache what is the first thing you do? Do you take a pill, drink more water, take a nap, take some deep breathes, go for a walk, call an encouraging friend? I met a new friend…He loved Americans! hashtag#BetheException hashtag#PreventiveCare hashtag#TakeCareofYou hashtag#InspirationalKeynotes
Monday Moments from AM Speaking & Consulting. Today’s focus is on allowing yourself to feel. Being a Human Being not a Human doing. Emotional Freedom is a Key to a Successful Life, Are you okay with all your feelings without apoligies? Do you have a high EI? #BeTheException #beyourself #allowyourselftofeel #noneedtoapoligize
I Love Mondays!
Who’s with me? Do you love Mondays? I love Mondays, because it means a clean slate, a do over, and a fresh start. On Sunday nights I like creating long to-do lists that capture everything I hope/plan to get done in the week ahead. It’s fun to challenge myself to see how many things I can finish from the to-do list each day.
For me, every Monday is always exciting. I know it’s partially because I love my work so much but it’s also because Mondays give me an opportunity to let go of the week before and embrace my do over. A new week, and a new list, help me to stop looking back at what I didn’t finish during the previous week. Starting with that fresh list is a great way to reframe my thoughts to reinvigorate what I can get done, capture what I think matters from last week, and where I want to focus my energy in the coming days.
Monday always feels like another chance to set myself up to win, whether that be winning the day, the week, or a new client. On Mondays, I also be sure to start my day out with intentional movement. That movement might be a sweaty workout, a long walk, or picking up around the house. By starting the week off with that type of movement, I feel like I’m already winning by the time I sit down to tackle my list.
What does living your exceptional life look like to you?
Do you write a to-do list? What do you like most about making one?
What makes you feel like a winner when you start a new week? How do you keep that momentum going?
What day of the week is your favorite? Why?
This week, I encourage you to make a to-do list with all the things you need to get done. Then, challenge yourself to see how much of it you can accomplish! Remember, every win is a win, even if it’s a small one. If you don’t get every single thing on your list done, don’t sweat it. There’s another Monday right around the corner!
Monday Motivation, What do I do? Why do I do it? Why all our stories matter. Do you really See, Value, Honor and Spread Kindness to everyone we meet? Will you be a Pineapple with me? I will share Why and How to be a Pineapple! I will show you How to Be the Exception using the Pineapple Principles #BetheException #PineapplePrinciple #MotivationalSpeaker
Would you like to learn the 3 simples steps to Better Leadership, Motivating your team, Retaining your customers, Being a more Positive Influencer? Join me as I share the Pineapple Principles
An Interview a Day Keeps the Doctor Away
Some say an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but is that true? Instead, I love to believe that sharing a Dove Love a day keeps the doctor away. Those dark chocolates with a sweet message inside are good for the soul. However, lately I’ve been thinking, “Maybe it’s an interview a day that could keep the doctor away.”
This isn’t to say there’s anything wrong with doctors, but I feel there’s something so powerful about being kind to ourselves to enhance our good health. I love to practice interviewing with people I know, and I also know it’s not everyone’s thing, but I strongly believe if you don’t love to be interviewed, a little mind shift could do the trick.
You see, instead of thinking things like, “I hope they like me, pick me, want me,” when practicing, I encourage you to shift your thinking to statements such as, “I hope I like them, I want to work with them, I love their energy.” When we remain mindful of the power of our thoughts, and strive to keep them positive, we enjoy experiences more.
A practice interview is a place to share strengths, accomplishments, how far we’ve come, and our goals for the future. It’s also a great place to remind ourselves of all we are and all we have done. Some of you may be thinking, “But Annie, I’m not even looking for a job.” While you may not be, it’s still a great idea to practice, not only as an important reminder of the good stuff you’re made of, but in preparation for something just around the corner that you don’t know is coming yet.
I strive to always think about remembering to put a smile on, remind myself that my own positive thoughts have power, and that even if I’m not using the skills yet, I’ll be ready when I need to be. This week, I encourage you to find a friend and complete a practice interview. Then, discuss the strengths you saw in one another to continue adding to your positive thought power and the extraordinary person you know you are.
What does living your exceptional life look like to you?
When was the last time you completed an interview? What did you love about it?
What part of interviewing are you afraid of? Why?
Have you ever done a mock interview before? How did it help you feel prepared?