Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Video highlights from Confidence for Men workshop

Here are some video clips from my recent Confidence for Men workshop. I'll be offering an updated version soon again. In the meantime, please enjoy these clips and give me your unvarnished opinions.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Video Highlights from Assertiveness for Women

I recently offered a free two hour session on Assertiveness for Women. If you missed it, here are some highlights on video, and I think you'll find some very useful information. Check it out, and let me know how it works for you! (Don't worry--I'll be offering this again soon!)

Friday, July 2, 2010

Confidence for Men -- FREE EVENT! (NYC)

If you're in NYC Wednesday, July 7th, please come!


Men's magazines and the Internet are full of advice on what to say and how to dress for confidence. But what works for one guy may not work for another. Are you overwhelmed by all of it? Want to find what works for you? Tired of that frustration?

In this free session, we'll explore ways of looking at the situations you face in new ways, to give you new options for success.

Believe it or not, you're probably already more confident than you think. We'll discover ways of finding your existing strengths and use that knowledge to build up and out, as well as building the new strengths that you need most.

Be aware that this won't be a talky lecture. We'll be doing some transformative exercises in class that will help you make the changes you want right there! you'll leave feeling changed and be able to practice these techniques anytime you want for even better results!

For more info, to ask questions and sign up:

Would you shock the puppy?

What makes good people do evil things?

Watch this excellent presentation by Philip Zimbardo, it's an hour & 48 minutes long and chock full of info. He originally achieved fame with the notorious Stamford Prison Experiment in the 70s, and more recently explored the minds of the soldiers who were prosecuted for what happened in Abu Gharib, which can be found in his new book "The Lucifer Effect."