Posts Tagged ‘amanda gore’
The Subtle Art of F.A.R.T.ing – Video Series
How to combat disconnection, loneliness and stress.And boost your sense of control, immune system and sense of humour! Amanda has created this series of videos to help clients, friends and families during COVID-19. Please watch and leave your comments below.Read More
Joy is good for business
In the last couple of years, I have had the great honour of working with many leaders who are seeing the value of fostering joy at work. Recently another article from Harvard with some research on areas at work that increase joy. Add these findings to Shawn Achor’s research on happiness at work and its…Read More
Why Amanda Gore should be your next keynote speaker!
Amanda Gore is one of Australia’s and the USA’s favourite conference keynote speaker. Amanda is CEO of The Joy Project, an author, speaker, Huffington Post columnist and business woman. She is one of 4 Australians inducted into the USA Speaker Hall of Fame. She works with small and large organisations like Flight Centre, Google, McDonalds,…Read More
Who is Amanda Gore?
Amanda is CEO of The Joy Project, an author, speaker, Huffington Post columnist and business woman. She is one of 4 Australians inducted into the USA Speaker Hall of Fame. Amanda Gore has been a conference keynote speaker in Australia for over 25 years. She lived in the USA for 8 years and is still…Read More
You are NOT your mindset – but your mindset rules your life!
Ok, so you have heard all this stuff about mindsets but you are not really sure what they are! Simplistically, a mindset is just a collection of beliefs. Beliefs are just thoughts arranged in a pattern! I was honoured to spend a lot of time with a client recently on their roadshow, who all have…Read More
The Benefits of TA-DA!
Last week I was speaking to a lovely group in Lacrosse, Wisconsin. I was telling them about my niece’s first gym competition. At the time she was 9 and I was (and still am) a very doting and enthusiastic Aunt! In between exercises (which I must say were not that exciting and seemed to me…Read More