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3 Books to Change Your Life

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To purchase these three books as digital downloads for only $15.00 Canadian ( reg. price…$21.00)  CLICK HERE

Three of my most popular sellers for one small price…Only 

  1.  How to Avoid Getting Old No Matter low long you live
  2.  Embracing the Mystery ( Living the Life You Want)
  3.  Light Up With Laughter ( The Humour and Health Connection.)

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Mike’s FREE Booklets

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These How To Booklets are offered  to you FREE of charge. All I ask is that you visit my store to check out my other offerings…or if you are looking fur a speaker with a great message packaged in fun and laughter you consider me.

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If you would like to order one of these booklets in hard copy for your clients,patients, friends or conference attendees  wholesale prices are available. Just email me your request using the contact Mike form below on the right hand side and I will get back to you.

Title: 71 Ways to Avoid getting Old

( From my regular book by the same name)

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Title: How to Bully-proof Your Child (41 Ways that Work)

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Topic: 25 Ways to Parent Teenagers and Stay Sane

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71 Ways to Avoid Getting Old Booklet

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Testimonial

This morning I met a man in the coffee shop who came up to me and said that he was having anxiety about “getting old” and his family doctor gave him a copy of my book ” How to Avoid Getting Old No Matter How Long You Live.” Made my day!! 

Hard copies of this pocket guide are available at wholesale prices to Health Care Providers, Wellness Businesses, and therapists…Plus anyone else interested in living well at every age.

 

This pocket booklet edition is a collection of 71 of my own personal reflections on the topic of aging with humor and attitude plus many of my cartoons on the subject. I have also included humorous quotations and bits of wisdom to assist you in changing your attitudes and living a more productive and joyful life in your twilight years no matter what circumstances you find yourself in.

Life is to be enjoyed not tolerated and endured..

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” It’s OK to laugh at aging stereotypes as long as you DON”T BELIEVE THEM Mike Moore 

Do not grow old no matter
How long you live.
Never cease to stand like curious children
before the great Mystery into which we were born.  Albert Einstein

TRUE  STORY

After having given a lively speech on ” Going for the Gusto ” ( Living, to the Max, the Only Life You Have) I was approached by a young man named Marty who said he wished his parents had been in my audience. It seems his parents, who had just turned 70 and were in good physical condition, had given upon on life and were just waiting to die. “They really needed to hear your positive, uplifting message but I didn’t realize your talk would be like this.”

We chatted for a few minutes and I gave him a free copy of my book for his parents. I do hope they read it and have their life batteries recharged big time. 

The tragedy is that there are far too many people like Marty’s parents  in  God’s waiting room. What we need to do is empty the waiting room and fill up God’s play room.

 

ORDER YOUR OWN DIGITAL COPY NOW… Only $3.00

The Art of Confident Conversation

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The Art of Confident Conversation

by Mike Moore

When I first started speaking for a living I had great difficulty with one-on-one
conversation with members of my audience. I could speak before 2500 people and enjoy
every minute of it, but when I was expected to mix and mingle my tongue became all
thumbs. I decided to get to work improving my conversation skills and researched the
topic thoroughly. My efforts paid off for now I can speak with anyone, anywhere for any
length of time. Let me share with you what I learned.

There are three fundamental principles upon which good conversation is based.
1. It is better to be interested than interesting
2. There is nothing as flattering as the undivided attention of another human being.
3. People long to talk about their favourite topic which is “themselves.” Keep these
in mind and you can’t fail in becoming a great conversationalist.

*Assume the responsibility for starting and maintaining the conversation.
I usually begin with a friendly ” Hi, I’m Mike Moore and I’m from Canada”
Usually the response is ” Hello, Mike I am ____________ and I’m
from___________. (Away you go.)

*Use the person’s name throughout the conversation. It shows that you’re interested
in and focused on the other.

*Let the other be the centre of attention.

*Show a genuine interest in the one you’re speaking with.

*Maintain eye contact.

*Ask questions that require more than a one word answer.

*When you ask a question listen attentively to the answer and be quick to ask
another question arising from the response to the first. You learn what to say by
listening carefully to what was said.

*Put the other at ease by smiling and nodding frequently throughout the conversation.

*Talk in terms of the other person’s interests.

*Don’t feel the need to disagree until you get to know the person better.

GREAT CONVERSATION PHRASES CONVERSATION STARTERS
“That’s interesting. Tell me more.”
“Give me an example of what you mean.”
“How would you like to see it turn out?”
“How did you feel when that happened to you?”
*Give a compliment.
*Ask for advice.
*Seek help with something.
*Give praise.
*Seek an opinion.

 

I keep six honest servants
They taught me all I know.
Their names are what and why and when
And how and where and who.
R. Kipling

This is an excerpt from Mike Moore’s booklet How to Overcome Shyness and Connect with
People
available from http://motivationalplus.com/cgi/a/t.cgi?shy

Mike Moore is an international speaker and writer on humour and human health and relations.