When I was 5 years old, I had a Head Start teacher who took me on an unconventional field trip for one afternoon, and it changed my perspective forever.
On today's podcast episode, I'm talking about how her creative way of opening her students up to the possibilities all around them has huge implications for how you can empower your kids, your friends, your team or your employees. Listen in to hear:
- How to help people believe in their own potential
- How what my teacher told me when I was 5 that impacts my life to this day
- Why every word you say matters
- The moment that empowered me to go from living on welfare and food stamps to having traveled over 1 million miles on Delta
- How to make every interaction meaningful
This episode is also meaningful because in my keynote, I talk a lot about new scripts. I believe that your life is dictated by the scripts that you have in your head, and that if you want to change your life, you have to change your script first.
While you're the only person who can write your scripts, what other people tell you molds it for better or for worse. And you have the amazing power to give people a positive script for their own life with your words.
Whether you're a parent raising little kids, a manager of a restaurant or a CEO of a big corporation, the way that you encourage your people matters. What I'm sharing in this podcast is the key to building a rockstar brand, a fortune 100 company or a nonprofit that changes lives--and it all starts with one simple step.
If you want to help someone else believe in their potential or need a boost believing in your own, today's episode is for you.
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