Understanding the world as it really is—random—can liberate and empower us.
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Storytelling, body language, and neuroscience.
Nick Morgan Ph.D.
Fear is the arch-enemy of all creative work, all performance, and all public speaking. Fear causes us to avoid preparation, shut down emotionally, and avoid introspection.
How can you tell when you’re being listened to? Given that many of our interactions now fall short of the mark, how do you know for certain when you've connected with someone?
We are living in an angry era. And the human connection that social media offers is more fragile, more superficial, and more prone to negativity than the face-to-face kind.
Failure is fashionable. But does failure actually deliver as promised? Do we learn from it more powerfully than we do from success?
Imposter syndrome can make your life miserable, especially if it comes up while you're speaking in public. Here's how to fight it.
Nick Morgan, Ph.D., is president of Public Words Inc., a communications consulting company, and the author of books including Can You Hear Me?: How to Connect with People in a Virtual World.