Thursday, April 30, 2015

Step 5: Bringing it all Together

Now that the major steps are done, and from the outside it looks as if the launch of your dream is ready to go, I have found that many dreamers reach this point and the next anxiety, if not panic, appears.

I commonly hear, “I found one more book I need to read to be ready to go.”  “There is an expert coming into town that I need to hear before I am ready.” I just want to review everything again for the fiftieth time to know I really have it down, that I haven’t forgotten anything, that all the bases are covered, etc. etc. etc.”  Believe me, you will never have all the bases covered.

No matter how well you have prepared something shows up. As a speaker I have had the building literally lose all power just before my PowerPoint was to start. I have found that a new rule was instituted that morning that Thumb Drives could not be used due to a fear of viruses and thus I should have brought my laptop. I have had the conference itself running very late and so I was asked to make my 60 minute talk a 30 minute talk to help them get back on track.

The unexpected can always happen. Expect it. You breathe, step back a moment, go to Plan B, and then adjust. If you have truly done everything you could, you will learn far more from the experience. You will also learn that no matter what happens chances are high you will be fine. This is where humor, faith, and a good sense of self come into play.

You have dreamed it. You have claimed it. And you have focused on it, almost exclusively.  Now it is time to simply jump!!!!!! 

Dorothy A. Martin-Neville, PhD, is a motivational speaker, author, coach, and psychotherapist who has spent her career helping others, through humor and faith, claim their dreams, eliminate self-sabotage, and become everything they were meant to be.

She can be reached at:   860-543-5629   

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

How to “Funk” Proof Your Life

Being in a “funk”, whether it’s for an hour, a day, a week, or a month is one of the most exasperating experiences anyone can have. With a little thought, we can usually figure out how it started, but knowing how doesn’t always matter. Whatever the origin, the result is the same. The wind is pulled from your sails and now you’re basically dead in the water.
The problems we experience when this happens aren’t the result of falling into the funky mood. Things happen, and even the most positive person in the world is going to fall into a funk every once in a while. What we need to avoid is falling into the trap of looking at the world through our disgruntled, disillusioned, angry, sad, lost, or frustrated mood waiting for someone or something to give us permission to get out of it. Ride that train for longer than necessary and a funky mood can turn into a life-altering funk. 

Here are 3 things you can do to take charge of your funky mood before it takes charge of you:
  • Embrace Your Mood:  Funky moods are the result of a challenge that’s been tossed our way. Give yourself permission to acknowledge your feelings rather than ignoring them. See if you can identify what part of your forward momentum has been challenged.
  • Give Yourself a Deadline:  You have every right to your feelings, BUT, keep it relative to your life. Be flexible with your deadlines too. Start by thinking about how long you think it will take you to start coming out of it. That may sound harsh – especially when you have a very good reason for your funky mood – but this isn’t just about giving yourself a deadline. It’s about remembering that your life is ready and waiting for you on the other side of this situation.
  • Create a “Guru in a Box”:  This is something you want to do when you’re in a really good mood. Get a box or basket, or devote a drawer to it, but come up with a collection of items that make you feel great just by being around them. Collect your favorite books, music, movies, quotes, snacks, pictures, the stuffed animal you’ve kept for all these years, and put them someplace handy. Then, the next time you feel like you’re ready to let go of your funky mood, spend some time with the contents of the box.
When we fall into a funk, it’s usually the result of something we didn’t have any control over. These steps provide you the time and opportunity to reclaim your sense of control so you can get back into the swing of your life. 

These steps will work for anybody – even people suffering from writer’s funk! You know what that is: the angst you feel when you aren’t sitting down at your keyboard. Coupling these steps with working with someone like me is a sure fire way to get your creative writing juices flowing again!

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

The Power of Focusing on the Present.

When was the last time you were talking to someone and they pulled out their cell phone to answer a call or read an email that just pinged its presence? What was your response? Did you think to yourself, “Wow, I would never do that – very disrespectful and unprofessional.” Or did you pull out your own cell phone to check for messages and emails glad the other person reached for theirs first.
We all feel the demands of our jobs. And yes, we have technologies at our disposal that make staying in contact easier, but that’s not the same thing as connecting. Regardless of the excuse you are using – multitasking, juggling priorities, making the most out of the time you have, etc. –be prepared to admit that trying to do everything at once is NOT the best recipe for success.
Consistency builds confidence. When you apply the idea of consistency to the ways you connect with your clients, it builds their confidence in you. Here are five simple consistency solutions that will show your clients how much respect you have for them and their time:

1.  Set specific times for answering phone calls, correspondence, and email. Make sure to communicate your daily ritual to people so they'll have a good idea of when you'll be responding to them. If you absolutely have to interrupt a conversation to take a call, let the person you're speaking to know you might be interrupted before your conversation begins.

2.  When you're in a meeting shut off your portable devices and focus on the meeting. Think about the message you're sending when your phone rings (loud enough for everybody to hear) and you stand up and run out of the room like a rabbit being chased by a hound. Yes, you’re important, we get it. But is that the way you do business? Here one minute – gone the next?

3.  When you're sitting down to focus on work that needs to get done, turn off your cell phone and portable devices, and shut off the email notifications function on your computer. If you've been setting yourself up for success, your clients already know you do this. Nothing beats getting a project done early as the result of your focused thought.

4.  If you have to take calls while you're driving, commit to using a headset or speakerphone. If you need to look at notes – or take notes – please pull over. You're putting both yourself and everyone in the path of your car at risk when you don’t.

5.  Don't restrict these solutions to work. It’s just as rude to interrupt the conversations of family and friends. Turn your devices off when it’s appropriate.
Our devices may put us in contact with each other quicker, but no device can do the job of making the connection that’s necessary for building relationships. Relationships, both professional and personal, are built when you treat people with respect.

Alan Luoma is a Sales Coach and Speaker with extensive experience in industrial sales, sales management, and sales and product training. He holds key accounts with a national sustainable packaging company, is a motivational speaker, and provides sales training to individuals and groups. He is a member of the Hartford Springfield Speakers Network. You can view his profile on LinkedIn, or contact him at Luoma@snet.

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Go. Go. Goooooooo…GREEN!

The primary focus of Greenhouse Graphics, LLC has always been marketing with sustainability as the driving force of all we do and offer. I believe we can market our business and keep Mother Earth healthy at the same time. Since I first opened in 2002; being green or environmentally friendly is abundantly more mainstream and thankfully the cost of to do so is now comparable if not less than traditional options.

In honor of celebrating Earth Day this month I felt it was quite natural to share a few tips and resources:

  1. Allow for more white space and less text. Did you ever realize that you naturally will be drawn to a design that has one catchy phrase and minimal supporting text than a design full of long-never ending copy? Two for one here…less ink usage and increased read ability and visual appeal for the recipient.
  2. Image mindfulness. Aim to work with images that do not include gradients or large areas of heavy, dark-color coverage; instead support a 2015 design trend of using monochromatic images which highly reduces the number of inks used for printing or full-color images where the subject can be cropped to be the main focus. You can save even more ink (and paper) if you do not print to the edges of the final printed piece (printing to the edge is called a bleed).
  3. Give Green Away! Consider purchasing promotional products that are made from sustainable materials or that are manufactured using solar or wind energy sources. Also consider where they being shipped from; aim for within the state you live or a neighboring state.
  4. Ink! So much about ink! Go with a printer that uses one or more of the following ink types: non-toxic, non-metallic, vegetable based, soy based, linseed oil based or low or no VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) content! This is better for the environment as well as the workers running the printing presses. While you’re at it ask the printer how they dispose of their ink and paper waste; some have wonderful recycling practices.
  5. Paper. Is it readily available as TFC (Totally Chlorine Free), post-industrial recycled content, post-consumer recycled content, FSC-certified, recycled fabric content or even tree-free paper such as Kenaf, Hemp or Mineral based? Most of these options cost less than or equal to traditional, non-green stock. This is a super easy one to implement.
  6. Powering the Presses. How does your printer or design agency run their operation? Do they use alternative energy such as solar, wind or water? Or do they purchase carbon footprint credits or support research for sustainable energy by way of annual donation?
  7. Size of finished product. There is a magic formula that your printer and/or designer can use to ensure that your final printed piece use just the right amount of raw-stock in the printing press to minimize paper waste. Sometimes even adjusting the final size by a quarter-of-an-inch can make a huge impact on the amount of the final paper waste. This is of even more importance if you are printing quantities in the 5K, 10K or higher range.
  8. Don’t forget your Website! Green website hosting services are out there. Hosting companies that power their office building and server farm with solar, wind, water or any combination of the three are just as reliable as traditional hosting services. The extra bonus, for me anyway, is that choosing a green-hosting company supports a family-owned or entrepreneurial business, too. BTW…Greenhouse Graphics, LLC is a re-seller of green-hosting services.
  9. Resources
    1. Renourish is a great site with all kinds of tools, calculators, articles, etc. about awareness and action for sustainable design.
    2. Integrity Graphics the printer I use exclusively – absolutely green and continue to expand their green and sustainable practices annually. They are currently working on community outreach / education programs on recycling, re-purposing and overall connectivity between companies and their communities. If you reach out to Integrity Graphics ask for Tanya Hughes and let her know Chana Monahan sent you – she will treat you like family she loves.

I hope the above gave you some inspiration to green-up your next printed design project or simply offered awareness to this very important topic. If you have any questions I am a phone call 860-379-2794 or an email away!  

Until next time, happy marketing!

Chana Monahan
Greenhouse Graphics, llc. Where Ideas Grow


Saturday, April 25, 2015


Hello Speakers, Business Owners and Future Entrepreneurs,

Now that I am in my 50's my personality and persona has calmed down dramatically. I find that your true strength can be shown to others by remaining calm, cool and in control of attitude and actions in the face of great turmoil.
I once witnessed a confrontation with two men where I thought for sure there were going to be fists thrown. I believe it was over a parking space that was taken innocently. The man that was jilted out of his parking spot was speaking and yelling in a rage just inches away from the other man's face who had claimed the parking spot. 
The second man, when he responded, came across with a quiet tone and pleasant demeanor. He asked what I thought were some deflecting questions and alternatives to defuse the situation. After a few minutes the initial rage and insulting anger this man had started to diminish. A small crowd had gathered to watch this verbal barrage.
The second man offered to even give his spot up to the angry man. When this offer was presented the angry man became quiet (probably realizing how stupid he looked in front of everyone) and he walked away from the scene talking to himself. The situation was quelled!
Someone asked the calm man how did you hold your composure through it all?
He responded: "Sometimes you have to be like a refrigerator by keeping your real emotions frozen. Sure, I felt like hauling off at him a couple of times, however, the outcome would have ended in disaster. There would have been ambulances on scene or we would have been hand cuffed and jailed over what...., a parking spot. I figured I just have to make it through 5 minutes. I also figured when we parted company the chances of ever running into that man again were zero. So I decided to become a refrigerator".
As I think back on this story I wonder how many marriages, friendships and jobs have been lost because someone didn't turn on the refrigerator for 5 minutes and wade through the situation until it was defused. Honestly, I can tell you my refrigerator was turned off many times in the past. As I have learned the spoken word can act like a fiery spear or they can be words of kindness and love. Once you release those words you can never retrieve them. EVER.
Words can alter a destiny, it can change the way one looks at your character and it can leave a relationship in the dust or make it one they will write about in novels. So when you find yourself in a tense situation remember one thing. "TURN ON THE REFRIGERATOR"!

My best to you for this coming month.
          "Make It Successful"

The Author is John P. Slosek, Jr. He is an Insurance Agency Owner for over 30 years and a Radio Talk Show host for 15 years. He specializes in personal growth with mentality and money. He will speak to large or small groups and if available will fill in for last minute speaking cancellations.
His contact information is (413) 246-5037 or

Friday, April 24, 2015

Want to improve your business? Analyze your competition!

One of the basic tenants of capitalism is that people seek out the latest and greatest. If you build a better mousetrap then people will beat a path to your door. After all, competition makes us look for ways to improve how we do business. Therefore, one of the best ways you can improve your business is to look to your competitors.

How can you go about researching your competitors? You can start by performing a basic Google search for keywords that your clients or customers may use. What companies are buying banner ads? What companies come up at the top of the organic search list? What competitors stand out from the rest of the pack?

You should also visit your competitors websites.
What are they doing that is
better or different and how can you utilize this information?
You should place both your company and your competitors on Google alerts so you can see when some announcement is made or to monitor what your competitors are up to and what is being said about your company.
What is being reported or done by your competitors on social media? What interesting spins or twists are your competitors using to differentiate themselves from their competitors? What is their unique selling proposition and how can you use this information to improve what you are doing and how you are conducting your business?
After looking at what your competitors are doing better, you should make a list and review those items. You need to be prepared to make changes to what you are currently doing. You should then go about determining how you can improve your marketing, customer or client service, your pricing and updating your products or services.
You need to use this information to innovate not imitate your competitors. What can you do better or how can you add more value?

You should also be attending industry trade shows. Who are the big exhibitors and what are they highlighting? What new ideas might work well in your business? What are the emerging trends and how can you keep up with them?

If you look to your most successful competitors and be willing to make changes to how you do business you can greatly improve your chances of getting more and more business, some of which will come directly from your most successful competitors. It was reported that one major fast food chain was spending millions of dollars each year in market research to determine where to build their next restaurant location. This company's largest competitor spent nothing on this type of market research but waited to find out where their competitor was building their next restaurant and then would build one directly across the street.

How can you use your competitors research and development to your advantage?
You don't need to find out about how to build a better mousetrap you just need to see how others are building theirs and then make innovative changes!


Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Intentional Integrity

What is intention?

Intention is the thing that you plan to do or achieve: an aim or purpose.

In the business world, if you sustain intention, you have a good sense of what projects or tasks need to be completed, based on the input and value of your co-workers. The best employees, who lead a team with intention, are the heartbeat of the greatest organizations.

After working in the corporate world for over 12 years, I experienced working with a variety of leaders, which varied in style from weak to strong. The great ones held a positive energy that filled the room with possibility, excitement and creativity, while the weak ones tore us down with negative, narrow-minded, and egotistical actions.
Have you ever witnessed these kinds of leaders?

What do you think is the most important trait in a leader?


As defined by Webster, integrity is the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles and the state of being whole and undivided.

Someone who has integrity will take full responsibility for the successes and failures within the    organization. They will stand by you, support you and point you in the right direction, in order to correct past mistakes. Leaders who display integrity, do so without pointing fingers or verbally abusing others. They pride themselves on assisting and building up the organization, regardless of the financial atmosphere. They are calm, sincere, truthful, moral and ethical.

The best companies lead with integrity. They may not be the most profitable, but if you ask their employees, they will say they enjoy working there, because the organization values it’s employees.

What makes Solid leadership and solid employees make good companies great. Those who lead with intentional integrity.

Are you a leader? If so, how do you lead?

As a Professional Organizer, Speaker, Author, TV Personality, and Podcast Producer & Host, Rick Woods helps residents and businesses make room for clarity, by getting rid of the clutter that gets in their way.

Rick’s newly released book “Make Room for Clarity” is a step by step guide to getting rid of the clutter that gets in your way. Available on Amazon. Listen to Rick's free weekly iTunes & Stitcher podcast "Make Room For Clarity", which focuses on interviewing business & health experts by visiting

Inquire about Rick's professional organizing business, "The Functional Organizer, LLC.", which focuses on decluttering, organizing, paper filing and time management by visiting

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Balancing The "3 D's" of Building a Professional Speaking Business

Last week an email came in from a client who has had me speak at their organization events the last two years, selling out both times, inquiring about two things, my availability for fall dates and new topics I could bring to a fall event.

I said to my client, "since the previous topics had sold out, maybe it make sense to offer one of those again?"
Skip Weisman, Professional Keynote Speaker - leadership, teamwork, workplace communication
Skip Weisman delivering a keynote address to over 800 project managers
at the 2014 PMI Southern Alberta (Canada) Professional Development Day.
She replied, "maybe, but our members like to hear new stuff and we'd like to attract those that already like you and those people wouldn't come to the same program again."

So, I went back to the drawing board to configure a talk they hadn't heard from me yet.

This interaction is typical in the business life of a professional speaker as it touches on all 3 "D's" of Building a Professional Speaking Business, which are Dig, Develop & Deliver.

D#1 = DIG 
This means "digging" for speaking opportunities that generate revenue for your speaking business. Without investing in digging for speaking opportunities you don't have much of a speaking business. This about marketing your business and brand to attract opportunities and learning how to sell yourself and your value to close as many of those opportunities as possible. The situation explained above originally came from my "digging" efforts when I received a referral from a client who gave me a great testimonial after my presentation to her organization.

In building your speaking business there is a lot that needs to be developed, including,
  • a pipeline of prospects and prospective speaking opportunities
  • a brand around your value you can offer organizations
  • content that fits and reinforces your brand value
  • signature talks around that content
  • delivery skills that allow you to shine on stage to connect deeply with your audiences
For purpose of this article I'd like you to focus on developing your key signature talk topics around your brand value.

The reason to start here is that is where you will then be able to identify and connect with the ideal targeted prospects that fit your value.

This is why professional speakers do what they do, to deliver in front of audiences and to deliver for their clients the value of their brand promise. While delivering it is a challenge to do much else as the focus needs to be on serving the client.

If we as speakers are developing our stage, presentation and audience connection delivery tools, this is the fun and easy part of the job and what we love to do, and it can also allow us to use this D to aid in the other two D's.  A speaker can do that by 1) get referrals and testimonials that will help in the Dig phase, as well as reinforce the Develop of the brand value, and 2) use the experience to Develop more content for future stories and lessons from your interaction with audience members before, during and after. Most of my best content for future programs comes this way.

Invest in the these three D's and you will be building a great foundation for a professional speaking business.

For more tips on building a professional speaking business and doubling your ability to impact and influence audiences of all sizes and industries, visit There you can sign up for 52 Presentation Power Tips for a full year of weekly tips to help you reach the Major Leagues of professional speaking more quickly.

Skip Weisman is The Leadership & Workplace Communication Expert, and is a member of an elite group of international World Class Speaking Coaches.  

Skip works with the owners of companies with between 6-60 employees to transform workplace communication in 90-days and create a more positive, more productive and even more profitable company. 

Additionally, he coaches and trains business professionals and professional speakers to become a World Class Speaker and presenter that can inspire and motivate any type of audience.  You can learn more about Skip at and .

Monday, April 20, 2015

Forget Positive Thinking and Try Power Thinking Instead!

When Jerry first lost his job, he was angry. It wasn't fair! He had seniority and better sales figures than at least three other division heads who still had their jobs. Then he got depressed and down on himself. His confidence slumped and he began to believe he wasn't as good as the others after all.

As time went on, his outlook mellowed a bit as he began to assess his skills and talents against the requirements of various positions he applied for. Finally, after a number of interviews and a couple of times getting into the final running for a job but losing out, he said, "Yes, it's tough to keep slogging away day after day, but I'm just trying to stay positive."

Has Jerry has turned the corner so that his emotions no longer negatively interfere with his job search? After all, isn't positive thinking supposed to be one of the secrets to success?

Not so fast... While positive thinking is certainly better for Jerry than being stonewalled by anger, dragged down by depression, and even getting "realistic" about his prospects (a terrible trap - don't do it!), positive thinking is nowhere near as effective as Powerful Thinking. And Jerry is nowhere near mastering that yet.

Powerful Thinking generates thoughts that propel you forward and eliminates thoughts that hold you back. Positive thinking is like staying in "park." Powerful Thinking actually shifts you into a forward gear.

Here's how you can generate Powerful Thinking for yourself:

1. Inventory those recurring, doubtful beliefs you have about yourself. You know, the ones that hold you back, like "I'm too old to start a new career" or "I'm deathly afraid of public speaking" or "My boss [husband, child, parent, co-worker] just doesn't value me [and since I respect their opinion, I doubt my own value]."

2. Craft an opposing true, factual statement, just like in debate class. "I have experience on the job that is unparalleled in the industry." "I am completely comfortable talking about my opinions and knowledge with people who I know and trust." "I really deliver for my boss/husband/child/parent/co-worker when they need me." Notice that these are not made-up 'positive' thoughts - they are true, factual thoughts.

3. Consider whether the opposing statement has the possibility of being at least equally true as the corresponding doubtful belief. If not, keep crafting opposing statements until you have one that could at least be equally true. All we're going for here is 50/50.

4. Here's the Power. Your brain finds it impossible to carry two opposing thoughts of equal weight. It demands that one dominate the other. So when you have two equally weighted but opposing thoughts, you can now choose which one to carry. Choose the Powerful thought!

It is a mindset: Every time the doubtful thought pops up, simply replace it with the equally true, opposing one. After awhile, your brain will be trained to carry that new thought as the primary one. This takes some practice, but learning how to generate and then choose Powerful Thinking means that you can redirect your thoughts literally in a nano-second! 

When you catch yourself doubting, immediately craft an opposing statement and override the doubt, even if the big, scary doubt has some element of truth to it. Remember the opposing statement is also true, so choose it instead. Get out of "park," develop Powerful Thinking, and get in gear!

Linda Spevacek is an innovative speaker, author and coach who can help you create prosperity across all aspects of your life. For speaking topics and programs, visit

Sunday, April 19, 2015

What is the value of faith? The framework to outwit the devil

What is the value of faith? The framework to outwit the devil.
"Faith is the only sure power by which a wish may be translated
into a belief, and a belief into reality." - Napoleon Hill, Outwitting the Devil.

Many teach "fake it till you make it" and others teach you to "just to say it till it is true". 

While this has value, discovering the power of faith to transform your life, has more value.

I believe, the deliberate avoidance of the idea of faith, is a misguided attempt to avoid the discussion of a higher power.

This is why we get noncommittal PC terms like all the all knowing universe.

I have a confession. 

When entered the word of self improvement I begin to walk away from my belief in god. I learned to stop thinking in terms of right and wrong and instead of what works and what doesn't work.

I learned the power of language and how works we use shaped how we view the world and shape our future. And I also learned the power of self and how it was more powerful to change how I perceive the world and how I interacted with it. I also learned that I had chief defining purpose and when I discovered that something inside me changed.

I don't remember why it happened but one day, after discovering I have a chief defining purpose, opened up the bible. It opened up to the middle of Mathew and started reading. Mind you this is after landmark education, studied the power self, discover the transformation power of language, started to live my life with intention and purpose.

With a new understanding, I read wisdom that was before, hiding in plan sight.  This intrigues me modern self improvement is only 100 years old and yet I saw clear examples of these principles being explained in biblical parables nearly 2000 years old. 

This discovery also awaken my dormant spirituality.   

What is faith?

... faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.
Hebrews 11:1 KJV

Kids can have faith that they will go to Disney. You can have faith that your worthy of love. You have faith that you will make rent. You can have faith that there is a larger calling for you and your destined for greatness. And Thomas Edison had faith that he could develop the electric light even with his countless failed attempts.

Rephrased in modern language: Faith is just a that gut feeling that something this true while accepting there is here is little evidence to verify this feeling.

Rephrased in scientific language: Faith is like a Hypothesis, Belief is a Theory, and a Knowing is a Law.

Yes I am a really geeky coach.

When you act on faith. And your actions are based on faith. You will better deal with the ups and down of life because faith is more durable then belief. 

Why is this?

The idea of faith acknowledges and embraces the uncertainty of life.

I have faith that it will happen and I acknowledge that there will be adversity.

I am uncertain when it will happen I just have faith that it will.

I am unsure of the how it will reach my goals I just have faith that I will find away.

So what is the take away here? 
If Edison had stopped by merely wishing for the secret
with which electric energy might be harnessed and made to
serve through the incandescent lamp, that convenience to
civilization would have remained among nature's multifarious
secrets. He met with temporary defeat more than 10,000 times
before wresting this secret from nature. It was finally yielded
up to him because he believed it would be, and he kept on
trying until he had the answer. - Napoleon  Hill - Outwitting the Devil 

We can see from Thomas Edison's example that effort and work is the multiplier that gives faith its power. Had Edison just wished to invent eclectic light someone else, perhaps Nikola Tesla, would invented it instead.  Instead despite over 10,000 failures he kept working till it worked.

An that this is what makes faith so useful for your growth. There is an understanding that if you make investment of effort. It an understanding yes there will be challenges and adversity. And if you keep working to your goal through adversity you will be blessed.

My life has given me a unique perspective on health, happiness, and maximizing life into old age. It is my primary defining purpose to share my knowledge with you. I want you to learn from my mistakes and have a better life.

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