MPF discussion with Fred Moore
How To Do So Much More with Fred Moore
Fred Moore has been a professional speaker and entertainer for the past 25 years. His dynamic and interactive programs have “wowed” audiences all over the country and the world. Having travelled the world to over 30 countries he has performed his greatest trick to date…to be able to make a living as a speaker and entertainer! As a self-employed entrepreneur he’s had to keep himself motivated and focused on what he wants to get out of life. He will bring his tried-and-true techniques to get you to your goals. These are not just theories that someone thinks might work, these are practical, real-world tools that anybody can use to get what they want. Making a living as an entertainer is not an easy thing to do and because of that Fred has learned a few things about; goal setting, keeping yourself motivated, personal development and creating a positive mind-set. Mixing his humour and magic with the hard-learned life lessons combined with his improvisational skills he creates a custom one-of-a -kind experience that not only entertains but inspires! Currently Fred lives in Orlando, Florida along with his wife and two amazing daughters. Now that you know he has daughters you'll understand why he doesn't have any hair.
On this episode of My Perfect Failure (How to Pivot your Career) Fred provides unique insights on how we can all pivot and bounce back when we experience a career setback. Fred uses his own personal experiences to demonstrate how he has successfully transitioned after career and Job setbacks. Fred also provides wonderful tips and tricks on how we can stay focussed and make the most out of our working day. Some of the areas we cover.
· How to master public speaking
· To be successful we have to move beyond failures and disappointments.
· Why people are afraid to fail in public.
· We discuss Fred’s book (Do So Much More).
· Fred reveals 9 ways we can save 3.8 hours per day.
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