The gift that everyone craves is not money.
Not an iPhone.
Okay, maybe an iPhone but there is still something greater.
Perhaps you’ve heard about TED Talks.
The success of TED Talks, those 10-minute video presentations that have grown in popularity over the years is due to a special mission: give your audience a gift.
The possibilities are endless.
When you speak to someone, think of giving them a gift – something they can take away that will make them feel enlightened, good about themselves or hopeful.
When you’re at Thanksgiving dinner, make the gift a public expression of gratitude to the person who prepared the feast.
With children, make the gift of you being in the now 100% focused on the relationship between the two of you.
For yourself, the gift of solitude to think, or a kind word for one of your many strengths.
But when people say that they don’t like speaking before groups or leading presentations at work, think of giving your audience a gift.
It makes some of your butterflies fly in formation.
The gift that keeps on giving is an attitude of offering to others something special from you.
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