Laura Mathis is an author,
speaker, writer and consultant.

She specializes in helping people master all forms of communication,
from interpersonal self-discovery to corporate communication skills.

Laura’s blog is a personal wellness and communication blog for women, men, parents and business professionals who want to improve their lives with fine-tuned speaking skills and inspired self-improvement. The site was started in 2010 as a way for Laura to share her newsletter with a larger audience than just her corporate communication clients.

Laura has been honored to receive glowing praise for her work and writing voice, and she is proud to represent the vibrant community of people who want to become the best version of themselves as parents, professionals, and adventure seekers.

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Finding the Hero in Your Story

Persuasive Storytelling- Finding the Hero in your Story

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Persuasive Storytelling- Finding the Hero in your Story The use of storytelling is emerging as a powerful communication tool with corporate professionals, and becoming integral to how communicators define their…


My Kingdom for a Toenail

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My Kingdom for a Toenail “A horse, a horse! My kingdom for a horse!” This famous phrase originally appeared in William Shakespeare’s play, Richard III. Today, the phrase is repeated ironically,…

The Magic Triad Structure in Media Interviews

The Magic Triad Structure in Media Interviews

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The Magic Triad Structure in Media Interviews What is so magical about the the magic triad structure in media interviews? When it comes to developing powerful messaging for media interviews, the…

Enjoy Without Owning


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Lately I am on a minimalist kick. With my upcoming relocation to Texas, and having to stage my home (PS- staging a home with 3 year old twins is an…


Hope- It’s not a 4 letter word

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I think hope gets a bad rep sometimes. People tie the word hope to ambivalence, or complacency. It sounds a little corny, passive, lazy.  But after reading a fascinating book…


Motivation to Stop Procrastinating

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How to Stop Procrastinating A great speaker does more than dump content on the audience, they inspire, they educate, they motivate. Here is a great story that exposes how Richard…

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