In this podcast, I interview Terry Ann Zander about parenting in today’s times, being adopted and pursuing her passion for comedy.
If you haven’t seen this, it’s quite funny, and even if you have it’s a good one to see again. I enjoy the guy’s presentation and his humor. Almost married 17 years!!!
In this video, I describe how thankful I am for Jim Breuer’s hilarious storytelling. This inspired me to unlock my own humor and share it with others during difficult times in life.
Through her public speaking workshop “Tell Me About Yourself”, Karen creates a fun and safe environment to students to get comfortable speaking in front of groups. Her “Tell Me About Yourself” workshop builds confidence to help students feel comfortable as they get ready for job interviews, put their best foot forward for college admission offices
With the help of “Robbie the Pilot”, Karen exposes kids to the importance of communication in the workplace. While being able to communicate clearly in some jobs is important, in the cockpit it can be a matter of life and death.
Karen Muha brings together the seniors with her energizing workshop, “Tell Me About Yourself”. In her two part series, Karen tells hysterical and real-life accounts about coming-to-age and finding her own passions in life that loosens up the crowd to talk about their special gifts.
Karen Muha has used her public speaking ability to give back to the community. Every year, around Thanksgiving time, Karen gathers the folks she mentors and takes their stories on the road to inspire folks around the holidays. This past Thanksgiving Karen enlisted the help of Betty Epple, Leslie Patrizio, Kristina Domingues and Nick Kenny
This is an oldy by a goody told by Mark’s Daily Apple in 2008 that proves to be relevant heading into 2017. Happy New Year everyone! We know by now that we need to work out, need to eat the right foods and do stuff that is “healthy for us,” but sometimes when we’re waking