Author Archives: Conor Neill

The Get Rich Quick Show: Practice in Public (Practice everywhere!)

This guy is going to be big.  Rich is an entrepreneur, author and keynote speaker.  He tells powerful short little stories with impact though his videos.  I had a chance to do a short interview with Rich during the Entrepreneurs’ Organisation Global Leadership Conference in Frankfurt recently. PS I think you really should subscribe to […]

Verne Harnish’s 5 Habits of The Leaders that will Succeed over this Coming Decade

This video is about Verne Harnish’s 5 habits of the Leaders that will succeed in the next decade. The 5 habits are: Ratio of “No” to “Yes” Meals with Influencers Calender hours on Gold Chip actions Total brains involved in your decisions Regular Reading and Thinking Time Verne C. Harnish founded Entrepreneurs’ Organization, and the Association […]

Should all Leaders start a YouTube Channel? | with Christoph Magnussen

This is an interview that I recorded with Christoph Magnussen during the EO Global Leadership Conference recently. It is part of a series of video blogs that Christoph is producing called: WorkDay Vlog. Christoph has some great videos on his channel Workday Vlog and Worktools  – covering the new way of work, cloud tools for […]

Excellence: The Path to Mastery

Jack Daly says “you are either practicing in private, or you are practicing in public”. This video is about Excellence. What is the path to Mastery? What do successful people do differently? Success is the choice to practice in private. in this video, I also celebrate this week’s milestone: 50,000 subscribers! Thank you to all […]

3 Life Lessons I learnt from Golf

When I was young, golf was a big part of our family.  This video is about 3 life lessons that I learnt from golf. When I was 10 my parents bought a summer house 40km from Dublin that was next to a golf course. My brothers and sister all grew up with golf all around […]

We are Blind to anything beyond our Imagination, A story of a lost tribe in Papua New Guinea

This is a story about a lost tribe in Papua New Guinea. They were brought to the city of Singapore and shown skyscrapers, airports, factories, supermarkets, homes and life. When they were on their way back to their mountain village, they were asked: “What is the most incredible thing you have seen during your days […]

Branding 101

The most simple rule of product branding: You are either: Different Better Cheaper or Not Going to Be Around Very Long Which are you? If you are not 100% clear on your answer, I recommend taking some time to work through this Value Proposition Canvas developed by Alex Osterwalder. You can get more information and […]

4 Public Speaking Lessons from the IESE EMBA team 2017 | Anagor, Mueck, Rodrigues and Zimmer

This video comes from IESE during the Executive MBA (EMBA) intensive week in Barcelona. Florian Mueck, John Zimmer, Tony Anagor and Tobias Rodrigues all share wisdom on: public speaking hand gestures giving constructive feedback and the powerful pause The Guests on this Week’s Video: Florian Mueck, http://www.florianmueck.com, on the 4 types of Gestures 2:18 John […]

Why do Stories work in Persuasion?

What makes them so effective in moving audiences to commit to action? Why is there currently an explosion of story courses, story gurus, business storytellers? If you are reading this via email, you can watch the video on the blog: Why do Stories work in Persuasion? What is a Story? We think of stories as […]

Your Success lives outside your Comfort Zone | Wise words from Kafka, Mueck, Anagor and Mills

Getting out of your Comfort Zone. I’m on a Sunday hike with Florian and his son Alvaro. We’re on our way toward the restaurant for lunch, when we find the river is overflowing and the foot bridge is under fast flowing water…  What do we do? Are you waiting for permission? For the important things […]

Centrifugal Performer

By Milica Ilic

Manner of Speaking

"All the great speakers were bad speakers at first." — Ralph W. Emerson

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breathing made easy

Anna S. E. Lundberg

Coach, trainer, mentor