Radio personality, Lisa Barry interviewed author, Michael Angelo Caruso on the subject of how communication affects emotions. This interview aired in January of 2018 on WEMU 89.1 during All Things Considered. Listen to the playback recording here. I’m on the interview circuit to promote a new book titled, Work Hacks, 300+ Cool Ideas to SPEED Success. […]
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Have you ever noticed that when a photographer says, “Smile!” that people in the photograph look a little fake?
Smiling, although natural, can be complicated. That’s probably why we don’t do it more often, even when we’re being photographed.
But there are other reasons people don’t smile. The list is extensive and includes, insecurity, lack of self-awareness, discomfort, low self-esteem, fatigue, and unhappiness.
Once in a while, I’ll accidentally catch a glimpse of my resting face when I use the reverse lens on my cell phone to do a selfie. Us self-promoters do a lot of selfies.
There are over 500,000 words in the English language, but some words are more important than others.
Language can motivate, inspire, and also depress, so the power of words cannot be underestimated.
As the author of many books on communication and a veteran public speaker, I’ve identified what I think are the most important fifteen words you can ever use with another person.
And since words are usually used in phrases or sentences, I’ll give you the five most powerful words, then the four most powerful, followed by the three most powerful, the two most powerful words, and finally the single most important word you can ever use with another person.
Frank Sinatra would have been 100 years old on December 12 of this year. They’ve got a new app out and everything. Tweet this
A while back I read, Deconstructing Sammy, the story of how Sammy Davis, Jr., one of the greatest entertainers of his time. Sammy died $7 million in debt.
I just finished reading Deconstructing Sammy, the story of how Sammy Davis, Jr., one of the greatest entertainers of his time. Sammy died $7 million in debt.
This is the famous dancer, actor and Grammy award-winning singer, who recorded Old Black Magic, I Gotta Be Me and perhaps most famously, The Candy Man.
Sammy Davis Jr It’s true that Davis made bad decisions and hung around with some unsavory characters. But, according to the author, Matt Birkbeck, the entertainer’s biggest mistake was not negotiating to own his own master recordings. Artists who own their own masters usually enjoy much higher residual or passive income.