Some of the things I would suggest are to work on your self-esteem, take care of your health, and to give to others. Too many people have low self-esteem and it can impact all of us. People tend to behave in alignment with their self-concept or their beliefs about themselves and who they are. So here's what I suggest: create a success self-concept for yourself. When you are the success you wish to be, based on how you define success, what would your behavior say is true of you in terms of your traits, qualities, and characteristics? Would it say…
Ronald A. Kaufman is a seminar leader, executive coach, and author specializing in effective communication skills and goal setting.
For over 15 years, Ron has been conducting workshops on 11 topics including: "Presentation Skills," "Negotiation," "Media skills," "Job interviewing," "Goal Setting," "Time Management," and "Stress Management." His workshops are customized, fast-paced, upbeat, and very interactive, giving clients real-world tools and techniques they can begin using immediately. Some of Ron's clients include Microsoft, Sheraton Hotels, ITT, Nestle, Xerox, Dole Foods, Transamerica, Disney, Orange Coast College, IBM, Metropolitan Water District, Baxter Labs, and Texas Instruments.
Prior to becoming a consultant, Ron was involved in film production and product placement. He worked on over 700 films including E.T., Ghostbusters, and Rocky III,negotiating the placement of clients such as Budweiser, Cadillac, Frito Lay, Panasonic, and MasterCard.
Ron is also the author of the acclaimed book Anatomy of Success, which is based on his goal setting, communication skills, self-awareness, relationship compatibility, and motivation workshops.
Contributing to the community is an important part of Ron's work. He does volunteer programs for organizations such as the LA Port Intern Program, ESA, Girl Scouts, Chrysalis, LA Youth at Work, Forty Plus, CAEYC, and New Directions for Veterans.