Easiest Speech Ever (Part 1 of 2): What-If-Up — 6 Comments

  1. Miriam, what a great article. You’ve given such specific examples and recommendations. Very motivational. Thanks for sharing it!

  2. Thanks Amanya for your comment. My pleasure to share this wonderful tool.

  3. Mindy – how delightful to find a whole website dedicated to “what-if-up.” Much success in spreading the word and with your book: “What If It All Goes RIGHT? Creating a New World of Peace, Prosperity & Possibility”

  4. Inspiring! Thanks for sharing your example!

    My coach friend does the same with the word “but”. She calls it the But UP” game. :))) Like when you are temped to say something negative and instead you say BUT and then insert a reason why something WILL work.

  5. Thanks Flavia! I like your example of turning “ya-but’ into a “But UP” too.

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