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January 13, 2012

Make a Lasting Impression

  1. Be pleasant and full of praise. Whether you’re making connections at a conference or meeting colleagues from other departments, one of the best ways to get people to remember you is to turn on the charm.  When you make someone laugh, feel happy or admired, they naturally reciprocate those feelings towards you Nothing leaves a bad taste in people’s mouths like an accidentally insulting joke or string of bad puns.  And remember, even […]
January 11, 2012

High School Confidence Program

I’m so excited!! I got a wonderful email last month asking if I would bring my confidence workshops into Sutherland Secondary in North Vancouver. I’m going to be facilitating an after school confidence program for teen girls! I remember being a teenager in high school, and it was a challenging time in my life. I’m sure most people can relate. Everyone I’ve spoken to about their teenage years all say the same thing…it was filled […]
January 10, 2012

Refresh Your Energy!

                    Try a Peppermint Refresher! The strong smell of peppermint will not only wake you up, but it will help you to move through your day more quickly and efficiently. Keep a bottle of essential peppermint oil in your purse or drawer at work for a quick pick-me-up! Aah, refreshing! Rub Your Ears! Did you know that by stimulating certain pressure points on your ear, you […]
January 10, 2012

7 Ways to Be More Assertive and Authoritative

Make eye contact. Whether you’re giving a presentation to a roomful of people or negotiating a better deal on a car repair, making eye contact is key. When you’re so focused on what you’re saying or doing it can be easy to converse with people without actually looking at them. Making eye contact infers that what you have to say is important and that the person to whom you are saying it is important too. […]
January 9, 2012

A Confidence Coaching Success Story with Jenny Lau

Before I started working with Suzanne, I actually didn’t know exactly what my problem was except that I was extremely unhappy and was lost on what I needed to do with my career.  I felt like I wasn’t able to connect to people.  I was afraid to speak up at work in front of large groups of people in fears that I was wrong, which hindered me from progressing. I had actually never been to […]

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