Speak with Impact: How to Command the Room and Influence Others [Audiobook]
17 October 2018, 06:43
2018 | M4B@64 kbps | 6 hours and 12 minutes | 168.99MB
Your voice matters, especially as a leader.
Every day, you have an opportunity to use your voice to have a positive impact - at work or in your community. You can inspire and persuade your audience - or you can distract and put them to sleep.
Nervous, rambling, robotic - these presentation styles can ruin a talk on even the most critical topics. And with each weak performance, career prospects dim.
To get ahead and make an impact, you need to deliver well-crafted messages with confidence and authenticity. You must sound as capable as you are.
Public speaking is a skill, not a talent. With the right guidance, anyone can be a powerful speaker. Learn to conquer fear, capture attention, motivate action, and take charge of your career with Speak with Impact. Written by an opera singer turned CEO, speaker, and executive communication coach, the audiobook unravels the mysteries of commanding attention in any setting, professional or personal.
Whether it's speaking up at a meeting, presenting to clients, or talking to large groups, the audiobook's easy-to-use frameworks, examples, and exercises help you:
- Kickstart the creative process
- Compose a clear and concise message
- Engage your audience through storytelling and humor
- Banish filler words and uptalk
- Strengthen and project your voice
- Use breathing techniques to overcome stage fright
- Use effective body language
- Build your executive presence
- Deliver presentations with confidence and authenticity
When you know what to say and how to say it, people listen. Find your powerful voice... and step into leadership. Speak with impact.
The Premonition Code: The Science of Precognition: How Sensing the Future Can Change Your Life [Audiobook]
16 October 2018, 21:20
2018 | M4B@64 kbps | 7 hours | 190.94MB
Best-selling author Theresa Cheung joins forces with cognitive neuroscientist Julia Mossbridge, PhD, Director of the Innovation Lab at The Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS), to reveal revolutionary new research showing that sensing the future is possible. They also provide practical tools and techniques you can use to develop your own powers of precognition.
Precognition is the scientific name for the knowledge or perception of the future, obtained through extrasensory means. Often called "premonition", precognition is the most frequently reported of all extrasensory perception (ESP) experiences, occurring most often in dreams. It may also occur spontaneously in waking visions, auditory hallucinations, flashing thoughts entering the mind, the sense of "knowing", and physiological changes.
Combining science and practice, The Premonition Code examines precognition thoroughly, revealing the most common premonitions that people experience, experimental tools for cultivating precognition, and more.
Hormonal: The Hidden Intelligence of Hormones [Audiobook]
16 May 2018, 03:20
2018 | MP3@64 kbps + EPUB | 7 hours | 193.3MB
The hidden intelligence of hormones and their role in empowering women to succeed sexually, reproductively, and socially.
Did you know women walk more, eat less, socialize more, meet more men, dance more, and flirt more when they're ovulating? Or that PMS may have evolved to get rid of boyfriends with unfit sperm? Behind the "fickle" differences in what women find sexy about men, or what they like to wear, there's a hidden adaptive intelligence that has been shaped over eons. Rather than making women irrational - as the conventional and irredeemably sexist wisdom goes - the female hormonal cycle has been exquisitely fine-tuned to give women the advantages they needed to succeed in our ancestral environments, and perhaps also today.
In this provocative and paradigm-shattering book, Martie Haselton, the world's leading researcher on sexuality and the ovulation cycle, takes a deep, revealing look at the biological processes that so profoundly influence our behavior, and sets forth a radical new understanding of women's bodies, minds, and sexual relationships, one that embraces hormonal cycles as adaptive solutions to genuine biological challenges.
At the core of Hasleton's new Darwinian feminism is her remarkable discovery that humans, like our animal cousins, possess a special phase of sexuality, called estrus, which comes with a host of physiological and behavioral changes. Combining the scientific rigor of a leading researcher with the wit and candor of a best friend, Haselton explains how hormonal intelligence works - both its strengths and its weaknesses - and how women can track and understand their desires, fears, perceptions, and fantasies across the twenty-eight-day cycle and over the course of their lives.
Rigorously researched, entertaining, and empowering, Hormonal offers women deep new insights into their bodies, brains, relationships, and affairs, allowing them to make better-informed choices about sex, marriage, friendship, contraception, and more. Above all, Hormonal is a clarion call to appreciate and embrace the genius of female biology.