"Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say Without Being Mean When You Say It" ~ Meryl Runion Rose                                ShoppingCart Plum NB 50

Be Strong. Be Clear. Be Kind. Be Free. Be YOU!!!

This lesson will help you better understand how pace and your natural internal/external way of speaking define your main style.  It gives you a quick look into how the styles are determined.  Practice trying to determine which styles your family and friends are, then have them take the inventory to find out!

This lesson reminds me of a quote by Henry David Thoreau:

If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away.

Everyone has their own beat, their own means, and their own voice.  Let's learn more about yours.

 

Do you see other people's paces and orientations more clearly now?  Can you see how yours influences your day to day relationships? 

Embrace your pace.  It's a great part of who you are.

I welcome you to contact me directly with any questions or comments you have regarding this lesson or your Speak Strong journey.  Just click on either of the contact links to the right to send me a message.

 

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