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Audio: Thinking visually, and how to add some humor to whatever you do

Using your brain to its full potential, and putting your point across with humor.
3/28/2012, 2:09 PM

A7 Radio's "Goldstein on Gelt" with Douglas Goldstein
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On this week's show, we speak to two very different guests who teach us how to put a positive spin on our work and whatever else we do. In the first part of the show, mind mapping expert Tony Buzan returns for a third time to share his interesting insights on how to use the brain to its full potential. How do you plan your goals at work, at school, or even at home? Find out more about thinking visually and mind mapping on tonight's episode of the Goldstein on Gelt show.

And what about a touch of humor at the workplace? We could all do with a laugh sometimes, and especially during a talk or a lecture. Listen to Doug's interview with Jim Richardson, who will tell us how we can get a point across with some tasteful humor and how making other people laugh can get us ahead in business.

Tony Buzan (left). Photo Credit: thinkbuzan.com. Jim Richardson (right) Photo credit: jimrichardson.com

Douglas Goldstein, CFP® is the owner and director of Profile Investment Services, Ltd., an international investment company. He began his career on Wall Street in 1992 at Dean Witter. After developing a successful practice in New York, Doug moved with his wife and family to Israel. Doug is the author of the book, Building Wealth in Israel: A Guide to International Investments and Financial Planning. The Goldstein on Gelt podcast airs every Monday from 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. on Israel National Radio. For more info visit http://www.goldsteinongelt.com/
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