In today’s fast paced world, we are forced to do a lot more than we’ve ever had to before. We have many places to be, and technology has brought more immediacy to our existence. How do you make sure you’re not stretching yourself too thin? How do you take care of yourself so you can be present, fulfilled and energized? On this episode we are joined by former news anchor and media coach Jane Hanson who shares on the importance of self-care.
"Everyone who has taken a negative and turned it into a positive, is a miracle worker." -Jane Hanson
Takeaways & Tactics
- Learn to get your message honed and fine-tuned so it resonates all the time with the people you’re talking to.
- There are more opportunities in your day for productive activities than you might think.
- When it comes to presenting yourself, the most important thing is what makes you different and unique.
You never know when a camera is going to be present, so you have to be on message and be your best self physically, mentally and emotionally. When you're over-stimulated, it can be hard to feel completely centered. Exercise, meditation and getting enough rest are some of the things that will make sure you are more reliable, energized and present in all the areas of your life. Remember, your head’s not going to get in the right place if your body isn’t. When you look good and feel good, you are good!
Emmy award winning television journalist and coach Jane Hanson has spent over 30 years helping people learn to communicate better. Not only does it enhance their presence, and ensure they resonate with every type of audience, but In today’s fast paced world, it is imperative to be on one’s game 24/7. Hanson focuses on three core elements: what you say, how you say it, and how your body language keeps it all in sync. Among her diverse array of media and presentation training clients: top tier leaders of corporations spanning the fields of finance, insurance, startups, technology, education, fashion and media; publishers and editors in chief of numerous national magazines; key opinion leaders in the pharmaceutical industry; politicians and world leaders, internet entrepreneurs; chefs and restaurateurs. Go to http://www.janehanson.com/ for more information.